The most simple situation emerges if the issue is a yes / no question. There are numerous techniques a tarot reader can ask of the tarot cards. Then, the tarot reader can do a straightforward one or three-card throw. Reading a tarot card is simple, as each trump card has a definite meaning. The only way to ask the tarot cards a yes / no question is generally to throw one tarot card, and if it lands upright, the answer's yes, if it lands reversed, the answer's no. Nevertheless careful interpretation is required if one wants to read the meaning from the collection of cards. Tarot cards are said to promptly describe the emotional and physical traits of the topic.

These cards have astrological connections with readings put under the background of the Octavian Calendar. Sometimes , tarot desk consists 4 suits. Interpretations are made according the symbolism of a card. Passions and wishes are connected with Wands, Blades is for worries, pains and difficulties. The symbolism is attached to each suit like Pentacles is typically connected with substantial things like body, temporal issues, wealth for example. The trump cards or major arcana are composed of 22 cards, all without suits.

Twenty-two cards in each suit suggest a personality commenting on the level and situation. The minor arcana is composed of 4 suits of cards, blades, staves, cups and coins. Coins could be called disks or pentacles in some tarot decks. Today, staves are commonly called wands, but rods or rods are seen too. Tarot card meanings are usually changing – and they have also modified significantly through time. The Egyptian cards had the earliest tarot suits of blades, staves, cups and coins. The utilising of playing cards in Europe predates back to 1377. The earliest written record of the usage of tarot cards in Europe is a 1367 ban on playing cards at Bern, Switzerland. The history of tarot started with the incorporation of a further trump card with allegorical pictures is the typical four-suit deck of tarot cards.

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