The tarot is a pack of cards (most commonly numbering 78), used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play a group of card games such as Italian tarocchini and French tarot. From the late 18th century until the present time the tarot has also found use by mystics and occultists in efforts at divination or as a map of mental and spiritual pathways.
Tarot uses many symbols to identify certain aspects of life, feelings, and they are used to describe emotions, and they may have double meanings.
Here is our list of tarot symbols, the meanings and translations of each symbol are specified.
|Clouds – In tarot clouds symbolize revelation, if at one time or another an idea just seems to come from out of nowhere and it hits you. This is what clouds symbolize in tarot.
|Children often mean the promise of new beginnings. They also represent hope.
|Cats – In tarot Cats often represent awareness, it can mean being aware of something, or not be aware of something. Cats also represent the way we perceive things.
|Butterflies often mean transformation in tarot. Transformation is the main meaning of this tarot symbol.
|Bird Symbol – The bird in tarot often means grandiose ideas and matters of the spirit. The bird also means freedom.
|Armor – Armor in tarot represents strength or protection.
|The Egyptian Ankh – The ankh represents eternity or eternal life in tarot. The ankh is also known to represent balance in tarot.
|Angel – An angel in tarot represents very important or divine messages. Angels in tarot are seen as messengers of important things in your life.
|Heart – In tarot, the heart is a symbol of love, attention, and care for someone. It is also a symbol of happiness.
|The horse in tarot represents action, or motion, it can also mean health and strong energy.
|Keys – represent in intelligence or knowledge, keys in tarot can also mean something that is escaping us or hiding from us.
|Lightning – lightning often means divine intervention in Tarot. Lightning is seen as a direct message from the divine, it is also immediate and very important.
Tarot Jewelry – By the artist David Weitzman