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Learn how Tarot cards and their meanings influence your life here and now


The History of Tarot

Tarot has a rich history and following in many cultures, from its origins in 14th Century Europe to its modern worldwide incarnation online. The earliest Tarot card decks were beautiful, hand-painted works of art, while the latest decks can be as flashy, colorful or cartoonish as we can imagine. Read More »


Which Tarot Deck Is Right for Me?

Choosing a Tarot deck can seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be. Choosing the right deck can be a powerful and fulfilling part of doing a Tarot card reading! Why does it matter which deck? Well, each deck has been uniquely designed and handcrafted by a passionate Tarot expert and artist, and you should choose a deck that really Read More »


Online Tarot Readings

So you want to do an online Tarot reading, but you need a little help getting started? There are so many great options it's hard to know where to begin, and we know you have a lot of questions. Read More »


Everyday Tarot

Tarot is an ancient art of divination that first took the form of Tarot cards in 14th Century Europe. Traditional Tarot decks consist of 78 cards depicting symbolic archetypes that represent people and situations common to all of humankind. Read More »


A Tarot Take on the Full Moon in Pisces and Venus in Libra

Did you know that each Major Arcana Tarot card has an astrological correlation? For some, it's a planet, and for others it's an astrological sign. Every week, we'll be taking a look at the major events happening in our changing sky, and sharing advice on making the most of them from the Tarot. Read More »


Body and Soul: Changing Our Genetic Patterns

As an exercise in willpower and discipline, I have been on a fundamental dietary change over the last four months. It involves literally re-programming one’s genes (and jeans!). It has finally become a habit, and it is a fascinating process as it involves a change that doesn’t Read More »


What Is Tarot

Whether you're a Tarot beginner, an expert looking to to brush up on Tarot basics or have a question about a Tarot reading from Tarot.com, you'll find your answers here. Read More »


Full Moon Lunar Eclipse

Tomorrow's Full Moon has been building for two weeks. But what's even more interesting is that it's not just a Full Moon, but also a Lunar Eclipse in Gemini, making it twice as potent and guaranteed to reveal important messages. But don't think you can just show up tomorrow, unprepared for this fire hose of emotion. Read More »


Iconology of the Chariot Cards

Introduction Figure 1 shows the seven extant Chariot cards from the 15th/16th centuries. The Chariot card was number eight in the type B ordering. The Chariot on the early cards appears as a 2-wheeled chariot pulled by white horses. Read More »


Origins of Catharism

Part I: Origins of Catharism Were the Cathari direct descendents of the ancient Gnostics? Yes, sorta, kinda. The Medieval Manichee by Runciman (1947, Cambridge University Press) is a dated but classic treatment of the subject. The influence of Runciman's work can be seen in the fact that the book was reprinted in 1955, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1991, and 1996. The book is a real goldmine for the English-speaking reader because it provides a comprehensive synthesis of the earlier French and German scholarly studies. Read More »


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