Tarot cards are a deck of cards used for divination, spiritual guidance, and self-discovery. The deck typically consists of 78 cards divided into two categories: the Major Arcana, which includes 22 cards, and the Minor Arcana, which includes 56 cards.
Each card in the deck has a unique image and meaning, and the cards are typically laid out in various patterns or spreads to reveal insights into a particular question or situation. The interpretation of the cards depends on the intuition and knowledge of the person conducting the reading, as well as the symbolism and traditional meanings associated with each card.
Tarot cards have been used for hundreds of years and are believed to have originated in Italy during the Renaissance period. While they have been associated with divination and the occult, many people also use tarot cards as a tool for personal growth and self-reflection.
Today, tarot card reading remains a popular practice among those seeking spiritual guidance and insight into their lives.