Your Guide to Tarot

Tarot is an ancient divination that began in 14th century Europe. Traditional Tarot decks consist of 78 cards (the Major and Minor Arcana) depicting symbolic archetypes that allow us to tap into our intuition and gain clarity through Tarot card readings. Today, Tarot readings remain one of the most popular tools for insight and reflection worldwide.

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Getting a Tarot reading is a great way to get insight into your situation, find clarity, and receive guidance on moving forward. Consult the cards now!

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Best Tarot Cards for Any Situation

Each Tarot card has a specific meaning, illuminating the energies surrounding you in this moment. While some Tarot cards indicate romantic potential, others signal a wave of success headed your way. Reveal which cards have a specific message for YOU when they show up in a Tarot reading.

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Tarot Card Meanings & Interpretations

Learning to read the Tarot cards can open up many possibilities for this amazing tool in your life. There are 78 cards in a traditional Tarot deck -- 22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana -- which is divided into four suits: Wands, Cups, Swords, and Coins.

Wands Suit

The Wands Suit

The Tarot suit of Wands is associated with the element Fire. This suit often pertains to creativity, action, and determination. Read more »

Cups Suit

The Cups Suit

The Tarot suit of Cups is associated with the element Water. This suit often pertains to our emotional lives, relationships, and spirituality. Read more »

Swords Suit

The Swords Suit

The Tarot suit of Swords is associated with the element Air. This suit often pertains to power, change, and conflict. Read more »

Pentacles Suit

The Pentacles Suit

The suit of Pentacles, also called Coins, is associated with the element Earth. This suit often pertains to material aspects, including work and home. Read more »