Everyday & Lifelessons Tarot

ArcanaI’ve never liked the phrases ‘Minor Arcana’ and ‘Major Arcana’ which are used to refer to the two types of card you find in Tarot. These terms are meaningless to a modern audience. As a writer I believe strongly that it is important for words to conjure up the things of which they speak. So I’ve been raking my brain to come up with more contemporary titles.

The Minor Arcana consists of Continue reading


The Holy Book – Volume 3

And now we come to the scary part. The cards that will shake, rattle and roll your world.┬áThe last 7 cards of Tarot’s Holy Book are the most intense to live through. But if you can manage these energies in a positive way you get to hit the jackpot: You get The World!

The Devil

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The Holy Book – Volume 2

The second volume of the Holy Book aka Major Arcana aka Mostus Importantus Cardsus follows the journey of a human soul into adulthood. The cards are as follows: Continue reading

The Holy Book – Volume 1

The Major Arcana cards read like a book that follows the journey of a human soul through life.

The first volume covers childhood:

The Fool

The Fool – The soul waiting to be born

The MagicianThe Magician – The newborn who seems perfect in every way and has so much potential.

The High PriestessThe High Priestess – The baby living off instinct during the first months and years.

The EmpressThe Empress – The child at play

The EmperorThe Emperor – The child being disciplined

The HierophantThe Hierophant – The school child forming ideas about the world

The LoversThe Lovers – The teenager beginning to make choices about what they want and who they want to be with.

The ChariotThe Chariot – The young adult striving for success.

That’s one way of looking at it anyway. There are many more. That’s the beautiful confusing thing about Tarot. It’s like a diamond. Every time you turn it in your hand you see another side.

What about you? What’s your take on the first 8 cards of the Holy Book of Tarot?

The Big Secret

The Tarot card deck is divided into two parts called the Minor Arcana and the Major Arcana which literally means the Little Secret and the Big Secret. In other words: hidden knowledge. But why was it hidden?┬áThis is just one of many unanswered questions about Tarot. We don’t know where it came from or who invented it but if you study the cards what you discover is this: Tarot is one of the most profound and beautiful books you will ever read.

I hope you’ll let me share it with you.