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Tarot is one of the oldest divinatory arts - almost as old as the history of humankind. In ancient
Egypt, the Book of Thoth originated - the first known use of the Tarot deck. Tarot diagrams have
been found in various chambers of Egyptian tombs, Pyramids, and initiation chambers. The
Book of Thoth was rejuvenated by Aleister Crowley near the turn of the century, and is the
mainstay deck used by Rajuna in her readings. Over the millenia, the Tarot has retained its’
credibility as a proven method to read the energies of a person’s situation, personality, and
probable future. Kabbalistic studies, initiated in Ancient Hebrew societies, incorporated the
study of Tarot into all of the training of initiates and adepts. Some metaphysical scholars have
even traced the use of the Tarot back to Atlantean and Lemurian times. For instance, Hermetic
tradition dates the Tarot cards back 35,000 years!
The Tarot used today consists of 72 cards each with a unique illustration, representing specific
qualities and energies. Like modern playing card decks, there are four suits, - Wands, Cups,
Swords, and Coins or Pentacles (called Discs in Crowley’s work). The Tarot represents the Tree
of Life in its universal aspect.
The Major Arcana
consists of 22 Trumps (called Keys or Atus in Egyptian Tarot)
which include The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The
Hierophant (or Pope or High Priest), The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, The Wheel
of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The
Moon, The Sun, Judgement, and The World.
The Minor Arcana is illustrated in a similar layout to common playing cards, with
royal figures of King, Queen, Knight, and Page (or Princess) plus number cards from one to nine
for each of the four suits. Each suit has a particular focus.
Wands generally refer to your energy level, enterprise, growth and vitality,
how to make progress towards goals and dreams.
Cups generally refer to affairs of the heart, to love and joy, the emotional
aspects of life.
Swords refer to the heroic aspects of ourselves, our courage and ability to be
bold when necessary. Swords also pinpoint our strife and need for aggressive acts, our enemies
and the opposition we may feel from others or circumstances.
Pentacles or Coins represent the financial arena - money, good or ill fortune,
business success, trade and investments.
I encourage each of my kind visitors to consider learning to read the Tarot for themselves. All
you need is a deck of Tarot cards, a good book or two, and time and devotion to learn to read
them from your soul, rather than from a chart or page. While you are learning the art of reading,
or if you haven’t the time to do it yourself, please consider coming to my chat room and booking
a Tarot reading online. Readings can either be live in my chat room, or via email. Payment is
easy and can also be done online.
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