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Free Online Tarot Course

Tarot Reading

Hello to all Tarot enthusiasts,

If you're passionate about Tarot but don't know where to start or how to progress, you've come to the right place. This page is carefully designed to teach you Tarot step by step, even if you have no prior knowledge. In our Tarot course on this page, we will begin by explaining what Tarot is and then proceed to analyze each card individually, ultimately teaching you how to read Tarot cards holistically.

But before I dive into sharing all this information, you might be wondering who I am. I am the site's author :-) I have been a Tarot enthusiast since the age of 16 and have a keen interest and talent in Tarot, dream interpretation, and astrology, recognized and appreciated by those around me. Although is my first platform for sharing my knowledge and abilities in this area, I hope to create more websites in the future, focusing on horoscopes and dream interpretations, to be of further assistance to you, my readers. Now that you know a bit about me, let's continue with the topic.

The aim of this course I've prepared for you is to turn even those who know nothing about Tarot into Tarot readers through structured progression. If you're patient and enjoy reading, you can achieve this level by reading the lengthy articles I've written as part of the course's natural flow. However, if you prefer shortcuts and are looking to learn Tarot in three days, I apologize, but this course may not be suitable for you. I believe in long-term success and commitment, so I will delve deep into this topic and provide you with plenty of Tarot content to read.

You must understand that we will progress systematically, and there's no jumping from the first step of the ladder to the last. In this course, we won't delve deep into Tarot card meanings since you can find the meanings of each card individually at the bottom of the site. Consider reading these meanings as your homework before starting the course. In fact, my recommendation is to read all 78 Tarot cards once and understand what they are before beginning this course. If you read the cards before starting the course, you will learn much more easily and quickly. Yes, reading all 78 cards can take as much time as reading a book, but I've never claimed that this journey would be a short one. Those who truly want to master this art, please be patient throughout the Tarot course journey, proceed slowly, and understand deeply.

During the Tarot course, we will approach the cards holistically. Besides the symbolic language of Tarot, what I want to teach you is that Tarot cards are not just about pictures, numbers, and shapes. Each card has a story to tell, advice to give, a personality, astrological significance, and an element. Cards are like us humans. Just as we all have our zodiac signs, elements, people we like and dislike, and our numerology is based on numbers and their total, the same goes for cards. In fact, cards have relationships with each other. Some cards are compatible, while others are not. They have superior-subordinate relationships, and they can either like each other or neutralize each other. As you get to know the cards, you'll observe that they are not simple pieces of paper; they are trying to communicate with you as you learn more about this.

So, after completing this course, can you become a skilled Tarot reader? Yes, after thoroughly studying the course, you will learn many things about Tarot. You can even repeat the course two or three times if you wish, which will help reinforce your understanding. Nevertheless, I recommend that you never stop reading and researching in this field. If you come across different information on other websites or sources, make sure to read them as well.

With this Tarot course, you may not immediately reach the stage of providing in-depth readings. Think of learning Tarot as learning a language. I'll teach you grammar, how to use words, and some tips, but the application is, of course, up to you. Just as learning a language and never speaking it won't get you anywhere, reading Tarot here and not applying it won't either. Perceive the cards like letters, words, and sentences. For example, the Fool card has a number of 0, which is a neutral element, but if it comes to the right of the Magician card, the Magician and the Fool together can represent the number 10, where our neutral element, zero, has actually multiplied one to ten, making it useful. Its individual representation of emptiness and being a complete void doesn't mean it's worthless within the deck.

Throughout the Tarot course, even though you'll gain knowledge about card meanings and their connections, never forget that this practice also involves intuitive abilities. Interpreting Tarot solely based on card images and memorizing meanings is the wrong approach. During the Tarot course journey, you'll realize that your intuitions will develop as you use them. Additionally, you'll understand that the symbolic language of Tarot is actually the language of the subconscious, identical to the language of dream interpretation, and as you learn Tarot, you'll also learn to interpret your dreams.

What will you learn in the Tarot course?

  • General information about Tarot

  • History of Tarot

  • Card selection and drawing

  • Overview of upright and reversed card meanings

  • Classification of cards

  • Symbolism in Tarot

  • Numerology in Tarot

  • Astrology and zodiac signs in Tarot

  • Tarot and the elements

  • Seeking time, place, direction, and answers in the cards

  • Basic Tarot spreads

  • Examples and exercises

Your Tarot course journey begins here!

Meaning of Tarot Cards

0 - The Fool

1 - The Magician

2 - The High Priestess

3 - The Empress

4 - The Emperor

5 - The Hierophant

6 - The Lovers

7 - The Chariot

8 - Strength

9 - The Hermit

10 - Wheel of Fortune

11 - Justice

12 - The Hanged Man

13 - Death

14 - Temperance

15 - The Devil

16 - The Tower

17 - The Star

18 - The Moon

19 - The Sun

20 - Judgement

21 - The World

Ace of Wands

Two of Wands

Three of Wands

Four of Wands

Five of Wands

Six of Wands

Seven of Wands

Eight of Wands

Nine of Wands

Ten of Wands

Page of Wands

Knight of Wands

Queen of Wands

King of Wands

Ace of Cups

Two of Cups

Three of Cups

Four of Cups

Five of Cups

Six of Cups

Seven of Cups

Eight of Cups

Nine of Cups

Ten of Cups

Page of Cups

Knight of Cups

Queen of Cups

King of Cups

Ace of Swords

Two of Swords

Three of Swords

Four of Swords

Five of Swords

Six of Swords

Seven of Swords

Eight of Swords

Nine of Swords

Ten of Swords

Page of Swords

Knight of Swords

Queen of Swords

King of Swords

Ace of Pentacles

Two of Pentacles

Three of Pentacles

Four of Pentacles

Five of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles

Seven of Pentacles

Eight of Pentacles

Nine of Pentacles

Ten of Pentacles

Page of Pentacles

Knight of Pentacles

Queen of Pentacles

King of Pentacles

What is Tarot? The History of Tarot

The Minor Arcana

The Suit of Pentacles

The Queens

Numerology in Tarot

Tarot Spreads

7-Card Spread

Buying Tarot Cards

The Suit of Wands

Court Cards

The Kings

Elements in Tarot

Single Card Tarot Reading

Pentagram Spread

Classifying Tarot Cards

The Suit of Cups

The Pages

How to InterpretTarot Cards

Astrology in Tarot

Yes-No Tarot

Celtic Cross Spread

The Major Arcana

The Suit of Swords

The Knights

How to Interpret Reversed Tarot Cards

Symbolism in Tarot

3-Card Spread


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