Free Tarot card readings on the Internet is pretty bold, but if you look to the right you will see an example Tarot card reading and I hope it will assure you that they are incredibly detailed. That is one of the reasons why Tarot is the best place to get a Tarot reading, my readings are based on decades of experience, and I do not hold anything back.
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The second reason is that every day, I shuffle real Tarot cards and upload their order to the website. This is the first website to use real cards in every Tarot reading.
This is a good reading to simply ‘get a snapshot’ of how things are with you generally, at this moment in time.
It can also be used to answer specific questions, and has been consulted over 70 million times.
The card positions represent:
How you feel about yourself now
What you most want at this moment
What is going for you
What is going against you
The outcome according to your current situation or the question you asked
Don’t be fooled by the brevity and simplicity of the responses or by the fact it is a Major Arcana only reading, this reading has stood the test of time and proven itself again and again to millions of users.
Drawing the cards
This site has been developed to comply with esoteric traditions.
I can offer you a unique type of draw that allows you to look at all the features in a particular situation.
Shuffling the cards
The cards must be shuffled by the user just before the draw is carried out. This step is essential because it governs the arrangement of the cards when the draw is done.
The Celtic Tarot is used for these draws. This fortune telling tool first took off in the sixteenth century in France and is now the most popular one in the world.
The Major Arcana
To help you understand the draws, I choose to draw using the Major Arcana of the latin tarot. There are 22 of them which are used to provide precise information about the future.
I wanted to share my knowledge of tarot reading by offering a completely free draw using the 22 Major Arcana of the tarot.
I believe I can help you understand the hidden meaning of things. Our free tarot readings should enable you to understand your future better and understand what awaits you.
Before drawing the cards, you need to focus and think about a very precise question. Then you should choose 10 cards from the deck below and consult the free interpretation about your choice.
Our free tarot reading will give you a unique insight into your future and allow you to face it with more serenity
This is a special free Love Tarot Reading that uses a unique 3 card spread exclusive to Trusted Tarot. Free love tarot is the best way to answer questions about relationships – past and present – and to get a glimpse into love and romance in your future.
Love Tarot Reading
Love Tarot answers questions relating to romance and relationships
The tarot reading uses three cards, the first is for love in the past, the second reveals your current situation, and the third love tarot card helps you glimpse into a possible future if you continue on your current path.
Read the following before you select your Tarot cards:
Mother Nature, my Spirit Guide, Guardian Angels, and Spirits of the Earth, I ask for your help and guidance with this Love reading.
Guard me with a circle of white, joyous light – encapsulated in shimmering purple – and send my grounding cord deep into the Earth.
Please speak to me through this love Tarot card reading and guide me on my journey towards an answer.
The actual origins of Tarot cards are steeped in myth and mystery. One myth suggests that early Christians used story-cards, which later became the tarot, to spread the story of Christ under the noses of the Romans. This story, however, is unsubstantiated, and has been debunked by what we know of the tarot’s actual history.
78 Tarot Cards
A picture of all 78 Tarot Cards
The word tarot is derived from the Italian word tarocchi, which has no known etymology. There are many theories regarding its origin. It may be derived from the name of an Italian river, the Taro. Or perhaps it is of Arabic origin, as playing cards originated in the Middle East, becoming common in Europe by the year 1377 C.E. 18th century occultists claimed the name Tarot came from the conjunction of two Egyptian words meaning “royal road,” which indicated that the tarot was the path to wisdom.
Playing cards, imported into Europe from Egypt, consisted of four suits similar to the ones we still see in tarot today: cups, swords, wands (or staves) and coins. As early as 1227 C.E., symbolic meaning was attributed to certain cards, some of which began to take on names such as “The Sun” and “The Moon,” etc. This attachment of symbolism to the cards heralded the development of the trumps. Occultists suggest that this evolution of the tarot coincides so closely with the rise of both the Kabbalah and the Inquisition that the symbolism entrenched in the tarot is really the hidden remnants of Pagan Europe struggling to survive.
Modern tarot decks, such as we know them, appeared in Italy in the 15th century as series of intricately painted works of art used to play card games. These decks consisted of a varying number of cards and were not specifically created for divination. The first such cards, usually created for noble families to celebrate special occasions, were known in Italy as trionfi (“triumphs” or later, “trumps.”) These trick-taking games later became known by several names, including Tarocchi, Taroc/k, Tarau,and Tarot. Some people even write it as tarrot, taro or tarro – but those spellings are very uncommon.
Some of the earliest Tarot card decks with cards still extant were painted for the Visconti family in the 15th century; remnants from three different decks still exist in various places around the world.
No one truly knows when playing cards began to be used for divination, although as early as the fifteenth century, additional picture cards (trumps) were being added to decks of playing cards. These cards depicted images of gods, heroes, or motifs to express philosophical, social, astronomical, or other ideals. The earliest known mention of the practice of tarot-style cartomancy appears in literature in the 16th century. By the 18th century, simple divination methods using cards appeared in several manuscripts.
As most early decks of Tarot cards were hand-painted, they were not created in very great numbers. The mass-production of cards was only made possible in 1440 C.E. with the invention of the printing press. Of these early printed decks, the most common is the French Tarot de Marseilles, which is still available today.
It wasn’t until the 18th and 19th centuries that the tarot was taken up wholeheartedly by occult and esoteric societies for use in divination. A Swiss clergyman named Antoine Court de Gébelin wrote a treatise called Le Monde Primitif (The Primitive World) which connected the imagery in the Marseilles tarot to the mysteries of Isis and Thoth, thereby forever linking the two. (Aleister Crowley would later take this up in his creation of his own Thoth deck.) De Gébelin made many assertions regarding the connection between the tarot trumps and Egypt; these were later debunked by Egyptologists.
In 1785 C.E., the French occultist Eteilla (Jean-Baptiste Alliette) became the first professional tarot diviner. He popularized the use of the tarot as a divinatory tool to a wide audience, and was the first to develop and publish a set of correspondences, linking the cards to astrology, the four classical elements (earth, fire, water, air), and the four humors (black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm). These correspondences are still useful today.
Modern tarot decks contain 78 cards, broken into two sections, the Major and Minor Arcana (modern terms, used only in relation to tarot used for divinatory purposes). The 56 Minor Arcana, or pips, are broken into four suits of fourteen cards each. These cards are numbered one (Ace) to ten, and there are four “court cards,” similar to a regular playing deck, only with one additional face card. The 22 Major Arcana, or trumps, are numbered 0 through 21, although some people exclude the Fool (0), considering this card to be outside the deck, a sort of “wild card,” rather like his descendant, the Joker.
Over time, many great thinkers have added to the deeper understanding of the Tarot cards. Carl Jung connected the symbology of the trumps to archetypes, concluding that the tarot might play an important role in psychoanalysis. The Hero’s Journey discussed by Joseph Campbell laid the foundation for the Journey of the Fool, who jumps heedlessly off a cliff only to come full circle into the position of magician. The archetypal symbols in each card tell a story, and therefore clue the reader into what influences are appearing in the querent’s own life.
Archetypal symbols alone do not explain, however, how the tarot works; even Jung could not explain that. It is the power of the reader, using his intuitive mind to relate the pattern of symbols expressed in the particular layout, that allows us to bring clarity into our lives as we seek to unravel our own mysteries.
The history of the tarot is a rich and powerful one, and these mystical cards give us an opportunity to peek into our own past, present, and future, influencing our own journey from Fool to adept.
Major Arcana Tarot Cards.