Tarot is one of the oldest divination methods known to mankind. Used successfully throughout the ages to foretell ones future, hence the terms “fortune teller” and “fortune tellers”.
When the Tarot is consulted, an experienced psychic will link into the powerful energies of the cards and use them to highlight events in your past, present and future. The Tarot can be used for the timing of events and they can be one of the most accurate divining tools used today.
I as you have probably gathered by now use the Tarot to give exceptionally detailed readings and I incorporate my Tarot into my spiritual work on a daily basis. I gained my Tarot craft accreditation from the Psychic study centre when I worked alongside the lovely Leanna Greenaway who is Fate and Fortune magazine’s resident white witch.
If you are looking for a reading that is rather special, a little magical and extremely informative choose a Wishing Moon psychic reader who uses the Tarot combined with their clairvoyance and psychic abilities, be assured that Wishing Moon readers are the best to be found and they are all chosen and tested by myself.
If you would like a Tarot reading, see our reader page for more information.
The History of the Tarot
The Tarot has been used throughout the world as an aid to divination for centuries. No one knows the true origin of the Tarot.
It is, however, generally accepted that the first deck appeared in Germany around 1325. The oldest preserved deck was produced for the Visconti-Storca family in Milan in 1450.
The in-depth imagery and magical symbology of the decks have been linked to the occult, ancient Egypt, the Knights Templar, the Cabbala (an ancient Jewish practice of mysticism and magic), Greek alchemists, Gypsy, Celtic, French, German and Italian heritage.
The Tarot is also closely connected to the Zodiac, the solar system, the energies and power of the Sun and the Moon, and astrological divination. There are many different Tarot decks, every one a work of art. Each deck contains 78 cards; 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards. The word Arcana in Latin means secrets or mysteries.
The Tarot is a universal language. The symbolic images cross all boundaries and cultures. The wealth of imagery, magical and mystical symbology depicted in each deck allows one to heighten ones psychic intuition and in this manner to find answers in everyday life.
You may be wondering how I can harness the power and mysteries of centuries past and interpret the knowledge held within the Tarot to modern day life. I have been giving guidance and advice using the Tarot for many years, to highlight the root cause of problems, to see problems in the future which can be avoided and allow improvements in the quality of life and ultimate destiny. You can call me now for a reading, read about my clairvoyants or have a free tarot reading.