The 'Tarot' is a deck of cards, with each of the cards assigned an astrological meaning and numeric significance. The Tarot is considered universal because each picture has symbols from ancient world cultures, such as China 's Yin and Yang, the Egyptian Ankh, Europe 's royal hierarchy, and the Hebrew Kabbala.
There are traditionally 78 intricately illustrated cards in a deck, divided into two parts, the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. Many psychic Tarot-card readers ignore the Minor Arcana and focus on the more powerful Major Arcana; others incorporate both in their readings. The 22 Major Arcana cards symbolize the universal themes of the human condition - what makes us tick - and the patterns of human nature. The 56 Minor Arcana cards and their four suits represent the energy, emotions and activities of our daily lives.
The Tarot has an uncanny ability to help us look within ourselves for answers. In the hands of a clairvoyant Tarot reader, you can gain insight on relationships, career matters and more.