tarot card meanings

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Whats the best website to understand Tarot Card meanings please dnt say something rude ?

Need a great website to look up tarot card meanings please a good site!

Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
I personally am fond of this site’s descriptions of the court cards. I haven’t read the rest of the site, but I liked this section: http://www.tarotteachings.com/court-card-meanings-in-tarot.html
-Scarlet

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Can I make up tarot card meanings?

Okay so im having trouble memorizing the card meanings, so i was wondering can i like simplify the definition to make it easier to understand? For example: Death – Rebirth or End. Just something simple like that. Is that allowed?

Bonus: If you give a list of all the Tarot Cards with simplified meaning (one or two words) I will give you best answer and 20 points!

Answer by Kaylee
why not

Answer by Hell Kitty–returned from Hell!
What do you think all Tarot readers do?!!

Answer by †ºªs†
BA is 10 points right? Where do you wish to gather the other 10?

Answer by Stygian
Sure. Your made up meanings are just as valid as the official made up meanings.

Answer by ppp
Yes. Where do you think all those new decks come from?

Too much trouble.

Answer by dazedandconfused
why even get into tarot card reading if you’re just going to half a** it

Answer by zahid m
Although the original Tarot Card Meaning was to keep secret records of history they have evolved over time to other uses as well. These days they are most popular with divination. The Tarot Card has also recently been used for playing games and gambling. They are also potent in casting spells. The more experienced will use the Tarot Card for casting spells, while others use the Tarot Card in paintings, gifts and even for decoration. There have spawned many different styles of the Tarot Card over the years with the most popular still being the Rider Waite Tarot card deck……..

STRUCTURE OF TAROT CARD DECK:

There are 78 cards to a tarot deck. This is made up of 22 major arcana and 56 minor arcana and the fool. Arcana is the plural form of the Latin word arcanum, meaning “closed” or “secret”.

The fool is numbered 0. The major arcana which represent the original tarot deck are numbered 1 to XX1.

The minor arcana are made up of 4 kings, 4 queens, 4 knights, four aces, and the cards numbered 2 to 10.

Tarot Cards have originated from various countries. In the traditional Italian card, there are Swords, Batons, Coins and Cups. In more modern tarot card, the Batons are called called Wands, Rods or Staves. The Coins are called Pentacles. Because these days the Tarot Card serve many purposes there are a large variety of Tarot decks.

Answer by Halo
You can shorten the meanings of different tarot cards so they are easier for you to remember. That isn’t the same as making them up. You can use tricks to remind yourself what the cards mean…that is just fine. I would like to help you with the meanings of the tarot but sadly unless I know which deck you are using I can’t just tell you their meanings. As different decks have different cards and so they have different meanings for the different cards. Sorry went on a bit there. Good luck remembering I know it can be hard. You will get used to them after awhile though and remembering will become easy.

Answer by The Former Preacher
that’s what miss cleo did…. and she’s awesome!!

Answer by Pgn~Logan
Don’t make them up, but on most decks (Rider-Waite is the most common) the cards are drawn with symbols of what they mean.

0 Fool – Jump of Faith
1 Magician – Opportunities and Talents
2 High Priestess – Secrets Revealed
3 Empress – Creation/Creativity
4 Emperor – Authority and Ambition
5 Hierophant – Teaching/Learning
6 Lovers – Love and Choice
7 Chariot – Struggle
8 Justice – Justice/Balance
9 Temperance – Sharing and Mixing
10 Strength – Courage and Inner strength
11 Hermit – Prudence / Patience
12 Wheel of Fortune – Chance
13 Hanged Man – Sacrifice to Gain
14 Death – Transformation
15 Devil – Materialism
16 Tower – Out with the Old, in with the New
17 Star – Hope and Inspiration
18 Moon – Confusion
19 Sun – Clarity
20 Judgment – Resolution
21 World – Success

Minor
Cups – Emotion
Wands – Creativity
Swords – Knowledge and Intellect
Coins/Pentacles – Material or Physical Things

1 – Beginning or Upsurge of (suit)
2 – Choice
3 – Completion
4 – Reap Rewards or Greed
5 – Regret or Sorrow
6 – Success or Moving away from strife
7 – Choice, Challenge, or Competition
8 – Something New
9 – Satisfaction (except Swords – Fear)
10 – Completion and Success due to Hard Work
Paige – Small Beginnings or Naivety
Knight – Welcome Change (Representative of Bachelors)
Queen – Love of Something (Suit)
King – Leadership over something (Suit)

Answer by Helen
I think what you are referring to is keywords not made up meanings, and there are already many systems out there for this. If you only use one system you will probably miss out on other aspects of a card meaning.

There are a few different systems listed here:

tarotstudies.50webs.com
learntarot.com/charts.htm

Answer by Tiffany
I agree with Helen, you’re looking for a keyword system. There are tons of those all over the internet, books, and even the “little white books” that come with a deck. But it took me a long time to realize that it’s not just about memorizing a keyword system. If you draw a card that you’ve seen a million times, but something is standing out to you that doesn’t fit the keyword, then you should think about that. Also, cards can seem to change meaning by the other cards around them. A keyword system is a good base of information to start with, but after you feel comfortable with that, listen more to your intuition.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Could someone please explain reverse tarot card meanings to me?

I’ve read tarot cards for quite a while now, but I still don’t understand the whole “reverse card” thing… Please explain?

Answer by No Hope Without Nihilism
I would guess it’s a cop out, to explain the times when the opposite of what was predicted happens. But I don’t know.

Answer by Cynthia
A reverse Tarot card is when it is upside down from your view, the meaning of the card is then the opposite of what the non-reverse meaning is..if that makes sense at all… so like if you get a card that means good health, but its upside down it means bad health could become ill..

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