SpiritProject ONLINE TAROT ORACLE
The Tarot Reading is one of the oldest traditional card-games, which fascinates us to this day by its mysterious, in part secretly handed down symbols.
There are many interpretations, but it has always been conveyed in an esoteric manner.
Tarot Reading is an universal way for obtaining answers to questions of all kinds, giving orientation inlife challenging situations.
If you want to use the tarot in this sense, let your own intuitive interpretation guide you, since the cards can only be an aid, to reach the knowledge you have deep within you.
Don't adhere rigidly tothe given interpretations, but let the impressions you gain from the cards symbolism , take effect for a while and then turn to the interpretations, to see, if it is consistent with your own intuition, and makes sense in your situation.
Using the cards in this way, they can help you, get a clearer picture of a specific situation you're in, find a new approach to an old problem, or simply help youget a new perspective on things in general.
There is a wide array of literature and decks available.
If you like to read further on this subject, beyond, what we offer in this service,
you can turn to a good bookstore or a specialized merchant.
Why don't you stop by in our online-shop? We offer a variety of beautiful decks (coming soon).
Also recommended is the motherpeace deck with it's beautifully illustrated, round cards.
There are 22 or 24 cards that are called trumps or major Arcana, each of them representing a different symbolic picture, bearing its own name.
They stand for the cosmos and its secrets.
Beside the major Arcana, there are the minor Arcana cards, or the every day cards.
they are divided into four sequences of 14 cards each;
The wands, the cups, the swords and the pentacle.
The word Arcana originates from the Latin word for box or drawer.
Arcana promises secret knowledge, encoded and not easily obtainable, which are meant to lead to a transformation.The cards mirror macro- and micro cosmos, beginning and end and with that birth and death.
The wands correspond with the fire, and stand for development, growth and work.
The cups have water as their corresponding element and symbolize spirituality, the soul and feelings.
The swords are assigned to the air. They stand for intellect, analysis and science.
The pentacles symbolize matter, Indigenousity, practical talents and relate to the earth.