The Ghetto Tarot

The Ghetto Tarot deck of cards is a masterpiece, created by Alice Smeets and the Atis Rezistans. It is consisted by beautifully composed and photographed real life scenes, a stunning representation of the illustrations in the Rider-Waite tarot. The resourceful...
Eight of wands The eight of wands is a sign for rapid progress and development through overcoming previous hesitations. Success is not to be taken for granted but it seems that all the circumstances are favorable for accomplishing a long...
Six of wands This card signifies triumph and glory. The crowned man on his horse is riding through the crowds being glorified. The card is a representation of great rewards after hard work and effort that will bring spiritual prosperity....
Four of wands This card is symbolizing the journey to success. The traveler has not reached his destination yet but all the signs are promising a happy ending. It emphasizes the importance of the process in comparison to the actual...
Two of wands This card is a symbol for insight. It suggests that the person can be objective and can deal with a situation with wisdom and a clear mind. It indicates generosity and great appeal on others. When the...

Aces

As it was mentioned before the aces proclaim the most vivid properties of each suit. The aces are suggesting new beginnings and fresh starts in all the aspects of life according to the suit they are under. For example for...
When interpreting the minor arcana cards, we need to keep in mind a set of rules that is defined by their number, position (reversed or not) and the qualities of the court cards. We have already observed that when a...

Minor Arcana

The minor arcana tarot cards are divided into four suits; the cups, the wands, the swords and the pentacles. Each suit is consisted by fourteen cards that are numbered, beginning with the Ace and finishing with four court cards;...
There is a fascinating theory that connects the qualities of the Major Arcana cards with human history. Starting from the first century that is described through the magician card (the first card), the Major Arcana can be seen as...

The World

The world signifies the end of the Major Arcana journey. The voyage of the fool through the life circle has come to an end. Higher knowledge is wishful reward for all his efforts put into his quest for inner...