Today's Tarot deck is based on the 78-card standard that was popular in northern Italy in the 16th century. The Major Arcana cards usually represent important themes in the life of the consultant. They are the key fundamental principles of human life, such as life and death, ethical dilemmas, spirituality and interaction with other people. One can see the Arcana Elders as a spiritual picture that you can use as a consultant to chart your course as you make your way through life and beyond. The Minor Arcana often deal with the mundane and superficial and how the seeker reacts to them. However, in making a reading the differences between Major and Minor arcana are often blurred as the cards interact with each other and show a perfect picture the life of the consultant and his or her influences.

The 22 Major Arcana cards are usually considered the most important cards in the deck as they reveal the foundations and pillars of the consultant's life. They consist of universally recognized archetypes and highly symbolic figures that cross a wide spectrum of mythology and religion.

The Madman

The Fool is a very powerful card in the Tarot deck that usually represents a new beginning - and as a consequence the end of something in your previous life. The position of the Madman in your print run reveals which aspects of your life may be subject to change. The Madman announces that important decisions are coming up that may be difficult to make, and that may mean a risk for you. Approach change with optimism and care to obtain the most positive result possible.

The Wizard

The Wizard generally associates himself with intelligent and skilled communicators. Their presence in your print run indicates that you possess a level of self-confidence and determination that allows you to translate ideas into action. This is a very practical letter whose revelations are better applied to the pragmatic and physical aspects of your life, but not to the theoretical or ephemeral ones. Your success in future endeavours in the politics or business will depend on your own willpower and determination.

The Priestess

Your association with the Priestess suggests that you possess good judgment in the form of a strong intuition. She may be indicating that reason must take second place to instinct. Your head must trust in the wisdom of your heart. However, it also symbolizes the help of nature and its presence in certain parts of your print run may indicate that someone close to you will come to your rescue with their intuition. Intuition is also more effective in seeing what is hidden from the senses. Therefore, the Priestess can also symbolise a warning of hidden facts that are or will be important to you.

The Empress

Traditionally associated with a strong maternal influence, the presence of the Empress brings you excellent news if you are looking for harmony in your marriage or hoping to start a family. Any artistic activity you are currently involved in will be more successful as this charter often meets those who are exposed to strong bursts of creative or artistic energy. However, that creative energy may not be in the form of a painting or an artistic project. This letter also suggests a strong possibility of pregnancy -- not necessarily yours, but you may see a new addition to your family or the family of a close friend in the near future. This is a good letter omen for you and those around you.

The Emperor

The Emperor is the counterpart of the Empress and symbolises a powerful influence, usually of a male nature. This can also include concepts in your life that have been considered historically masculine, such as leadership and authority, self-discipline and stability through the power of action Their positive influences suggest that you can be on the path to promotion or advancement, but also can be neutral. Usually the partner of those destined to take greater responsibility, it can presage changes or losses that require that you take a step forward to take on a greater burden than you have in the past. Whatever the impetus for change, it indicates that you may have a an out of the ordinary inner strength that will force you to act and lead.

The High Priest

Depending on your own nature, the High Priest can mean very different things. He basically represents the doctrine, But doctrine can come in the form of teaching and guidance or rigid authority. Where it appears in your print run is also important since often indicates your own perspective on the moral, religious and social conventions of the world. If considered wisely, it helps to show us the the way to realization.

The Lovers

Your first instinct will be to associate this letter as a representative of love, but like love it does not possess a nature simple. Love not only comes in many forms but Lovers can indicate that difficult or important decisions are coming up in your life. This is bad in the sense that these decisions are usually mutually exclusive, they are paths to two totally different futures. But they are also is good because it confirms that at least one of those paths will lead you to the right place. Therefore, if you find this letter in your print run you should take it into account with caution but without fear. She says that difficult, even painful decisions are coming, but that the right decision will bring a positive result is within your reach.

The Trolley

You have hard work ahead of you. It can be solved quickly, but The Cart is a strong card and the work you are compromising is likely to be long and difficult. You are likely to experience hard, long, uphill roads, dead ends and exit and painful setbacks. A good result can only be assured if the card is standing. But do not lose hope. This hard road will will inspire a strong sense of purpose, the ability to succeed through organization and resilience, and the confidence that only those who have done something they didn't think possible. Used correctly, few forces can stand up to such a person.

The Force

The Force is the most basic form of power and you possess it in some way. This is a very happy card if you find yourself struggling against an illness or recovering from an injury. As you might suspect, its influence on you and the use you make of it can be directed towards the light or darkness. You will probably tend to face your problems with courage and conquer them through perseverance and will. With this ability to overcome life's obstacles comes also the responsibility to control yourself. This letter can be a warning to take the reins of your own actions and emotions before they hurt you or the people you care about.

The Hermit

There are times in life when one must step back and carefully examine the situations and decisions one makes. Finding the Hermit in your turada suggests that this moment has arrived for you. You need a period of inner reflection, away from the current demands of your position. This withdrawal can be physical or an inner search. Only an honest and deep introspection will lead you to a solution.

The Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune symbolises the cycles of life and speaks of new beginnings. You will most likely find that these events are positive, but being governed by luck, they may be beyond your control and influence. Pay attention to those things you can control carefully, and learn not to suffer with those you cannot control.


It is very good to find the card of Justice in your print run if you have acted with kindness and fairness towards others, especially if you've been a victim. It is an important indicator of a positive resolution, although how and what kind will depend on your own experiences. However, if you have been unfair, abusive and immoral in your dealings then pay attention. At best, this letter represents for the unjust a warning to change their ways before they are punished, and in the worst case it is a message that it is already too late. In neutral cases it may simply be telling you to seek balance in your life.

The Hanging

The Hanging can be interpreted in two different ways. Every change is in turn a small death, since the old must die to create the new. It may simply indicate a change in your future that may be beyond your control, and that will be a decision of the which, for better or worse, you cannot take back. The other interpretation speaks of sacrifice. Although it is not easy to know if this sacrifice is big or small. Both interpretations remain implicit and you should think long and hard before making a decision in your life.


Death indicates changes in your future. This change can occur in almost any aspect of your life, but it will surely be permanent, significant and absolute. Death suggests a complete separation between the past and the future and will most likely be painful. In spite of of the sense of loss that may accompany it, Death plays a natural and important role in life, and eventually leads to acceptance. It is a necessary part of moving forward and you will find that changes are easier if you accept them rather than fight against them. Wait for the end of a close friendship, a job, a marriage or even life, but don't focus too much on the negative.


Temperance is an optimistic card that encourages you to find a balance in your life and to approach problems with an attitude calm. She recognizes that the opposing forces need not be at war within you. Step carefully into all the important decisions you make. Trust that good decisions will lead to a positive outcome for you.

The Devil

The Devil is in the trap business. He points out that there is a situation from which there is no escape, or a path that leads to this one. The warning may or may not allow you to avoid the trap. The type of trap and how you should avoid it will depend on the place the Devil takes in your print run and the cards around it. This letter does not predict condemnation, only the need for prudence.

The Tower

Dark and threatening, the Tower is the embodiment of complication and conflict. Not just change, but sudden movement and unpleasant caused by the unforeseen and traumatic events that are part of life. The Tower in your roll is always a threat, but life inevitably involves tragedy, and you must decide whether you will face it with grace.

The Star

The presence of the Star means a period of rest and renewal for you. This renewal can be spiritual, physical or both. This is a particularly positive sign that you or someone close to you is recovering from an illness or injury. It's a light in the dark illuminating your future and your past.

The Moon

Something in your life is not what it seems. Perhaps there is something you have not properly understood or there is a truth that you refuse to accept. It may also mean that there is something important that is being kept from you by someone else. This can cause worry and depression in your life and the Moon is a strong indicator that you must rely on your intuition to see through the subterfuge.

The Sun

The sun represents a positive development and has an inherent good influence. It suggests personal gain and joy, and Personal goals are within your reach if you are willing to strive for them. If you are embarking on a new personal venture, like marriage or starting a family, the Sun is of particular influence.

The Judgment

Judgment speaks about a transition, but unlike Death or the Tower, the change is not sudden, nor does it come from chance or intuition, but it is a change that comes from reason. It means that plans, which have often taken time to be carried out, are If it points to the future, it can also talk about the nature of change. If a decision needs to be made, you should let your mind take it. In this case, logic is a better guide than intuition. You must be prepared to make a big decision in your life, probably a that will shape the next chapter of your life.

The World

The World is an indicator of an important and inexorable change, of tectonic amplitude. This change represents an opportunity for you to end the Old and give a good start to the New. This chart indicates a growth in maturity, a sense of inner balance and a deeper understanding. It suggests that you may be approaching a more mature understanding of your identity and the self-confidence that comes with age. It also represents the fall of barriers, sometimes in the spiritual sense, but sometimes in the purely physical sense, indicating a future with travel.