What do the cards mean?
Tarot Decks are made up of a total of 78 cards, which are divided into two groups: The Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana is made up of 22 cards called “trumps”. These cards pop up in Tarot readings whenever major life changes are in the works.
The Minor Arcana is divided into 4 suits: Cups/Chalices (representing love), Swords (representing thoughts and actions), Wands (representing passion and spirituality), and Pentacles/Coins (representing career and finances).
The Major Arcana of the Tarot is made up of 22 cards called the trump cards. These cards are rich in symbolism and typically feature a person or group of people. The Major Arcana often means big life changes are coming.
The suit of Pentacles/Coins represents your career, material items, and finances. Pentacles show up in a reading most often in situations regarding your livelihood and wealth.
The suit of Wands represents your passion, ambition, and motivation. Wands show up in a reading most often in situations regarding spirituality, your true purpose, and creativity.
The suits of Cups/Chalices represents relationships and human emotions. When a reading is based on relationships, love, feelings, and connections,the suit of Cups is a welcome sight.
The suit of Swords represents your thoughts, actions and communication. Swords show up in a reading most often in situations where you need to express or stand up for yourself, make an important decision, or step into your power.