Tarot Cards : The
following section is a work in progress, which, when complete will cover
many aspects of Tarot cards, including: The history of tarot cards,
The symbolism of tarot cards and finally some of the spreads and
principals used in tarot card reading.
This section currently includes detailed meanings of the cards. The section will be updated on a regular daily basis
so please check back regularly.
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Sources: Sources ofInformation for
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