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The History of The Tarot

The Tarot (tarocchi) appeared in Italy in the 14th century, just as Witches were disappearing. The 78 unnamed and unnumbered cards of the deck were divided into two categories: 22 “trumps” with mysterious figures; and 56 cards, organized in four “suits” or “pips” —spades/Swords, hearts/Cups, clubs/Wands, and diamonds/Coins. Originally used for gaming and gambling, the cards were quickly put to the task of foretelling the future, primarily by and for women.

8 Tips for a Highly Accurate Angel Card Reading

Working with an oracle tool requires some focus, but it also requires your ability to hold the space in positive and open-hearted way. Having the right approach to how you hold the space and, of course, the deck can have a huge impact on the outcome of the reading.

The different Tarot decks

One first needs to understand this symbolism in order to fully comprehend the significance of the cards. As hardly anybody is familiar with the interpretation of this deck’s pictures and symbols, beginners especially often feel overtaxed by the complexity of the Crowley cards rather soon. Another difficulty in dealing with these cards is the fact that all of the Minor Arcana have names, and one might easily be tempted to interpret entirely bases on the names instead of the symbolism. But, by doing so, one often misses the point.

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The Chakra spread

In the Chakra Tarot spread each position is aligned with a chakra and depicts influences, blockages or advances to healing and completion of mind, body and soul.

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