The history of tarot is as rich and fascinating as the cards themselves.
Modern tarot was born in 1909, when a scholar named Arthur Edward Waite designed a new tarot deck—and when he ...Read More
In Paris, a fortuneteller named Marie-Anne Adelaide Lenormand was renowned for her card-reading skills. Though her deck wasn’t a tarot ...Read More
In Russia, a teenage peasant girl named Zaira learned the art of card-reading from travelling fortune tellers. In 1765, when ...Read More
Above: Bianca Maria Visconti as the Virgin with her eldest son, Galeazzo Maria, as the Child Jesus Christ and her ...Read More
Tarot cards were first developed in Italy, and then spread to France. Given the fact that those are two of ...Read More
Madame Sosostris, famous clairvoyante, Had a bad cold, nevertheless Is known to be the wisest woman in Europe, With a ...Read More