Tarot Cards Meanings

From ancient times to the present, Tarot Cards Meanings have a long and rich history, their presence being traceable to the Middle Ages in Europe. Originally created as playing cards, they gradually became used for fortune-telling and spiritual development. The various Tarot decks represent a combination of archetypal symbols, colors, and numbers that reflect deep and universal truths.

A typical Tarot deck consists of 78 cards divided into two groups: Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana includes 22 cards, each representing an archetypal image or symbol. They cover important stages and aspects of human life. The minor arcana, on the other hand, are similar to regular playing cards but with additional cards: king, knight, page, and queen.

Below, you will find all 78 Tarot Cards Meanings.