Tarot cards are a deck of 78 cards. These cards have their own specific images, numbers and symbols printed on them.
There are 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 minor Arcana cards in a Tarot card deck. More so, these cards together are window to your Karmas, spiritual path and your life challenges.
Furthermore, in the Minor Arcana cards, there are 16 Tarot Court Cards. These cards represent 16 personality traits.
Tarot cards can reveal your past, present and future quite accurately. Whenever you choose your Tarot cards from the deck, each will be interconnected to another.
In other words, the card that you choose will lead you to the other on its own.
Minor Arcana also has 40 numbered cards that depict your day to day situations and challenges.
History of Tarot cards
Surprisingly, these cards were originally not the divination cards!
They were actually used as playing cards for a game called “Triumphs” in the late 14 th century.
Later in sixteenth century, some people started using them as divination cards.
However, it was in 1791, that the first Tarot deck designed for divination was introduced by a French oculist named Jean-Baptiste Alliette.
What makes the Tarot cards work?
Tarot reading is teamwork of your intuition, your connection with the cards and an honest intention of the seeker (your client).
The deck becomes a mirror of your past, present and future, when a proper teamwork gets established between you and your tarot reader.
Now, your intuition will receive messages through these cards with the combined connection of your super consciousness and client’s super consciousness.
Geeta Sharma, founder of FaithHealers has 15 years of Tarot reading experience. She with her psychic abilities has developed a communication relation with her cards. From the numbers related to the cards drawn by you, she can also find out the planetary position in your astrological chart. So, even those who do not know their exact date of birth or time of birth can also benefit from astrological remedies. For an appointment call or Whatsapp: +91 98 99 678 977
By: Neeru Bahl ( Twitter )