What are the cards on a tarot card deck ?
Just a list, not the meanings.
Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
The major arcana:
None (0 or 22) 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 or 11 Justice
9 The Hermit
10 Wheel of Fortune
11 or 8 Strength / Fortitude
12 The Hanged Man
15 The Devil
16 The Tower
17 The Star
18 The Moon
19 The Sun
21 The World
The minor arcana:
Ace through 10 plus page, knight, queen and kings of-Swords, Wands, Cups and Coins/Disks or Pentacles
Where Do I Buy Alister crowly tarot card deck in brooklyn ny?
I Really Need Thosr Cards & I Live In Brooklyn If You No Where To Get Them Please Tell Me Thanks! 🙂
Answer by Joe C
You can buy it online on Amazon.com or try
Enchantments (in the East Village)
424 E 9th St
(between 1st Ave & Avenue A)
New York, NY 10009
BTW I’m sure you know that a Tarot deck must be received as a gift and never bought for oneself.
Before the Magician took its place in the Tarot decks, what Major Arcana card was number one?
Cite: The Occult: A History –Colin Wilson
I never use wiki for a source. Too many errors.
Answer by down with gdi!
you’ve just given me the compulsion to investigate tarot properly, thanks.
Even if divination is forbidden by christianity. heh.
Answer by Reverend Loki
I’m not sure there is an easy, definitive answer to your question. In fact, the Magician isn’t always number one in modern decks.
I highly recommend you read the Wikipedia article on Tarot as a starting point. Afterwards, be sure to check the links at the bottom of that article.
Answer by philosophyangel
the cards weren’t always necessarily numbered and some Tarot decks had more cards in them than others. The second card in the earliest surviving Tarot decks (eg, Visconti Sforza) was the Mountebank. This card also was sometimes called in some early decks The Juggler. It then became the Magician. Although cards were used for fortune telling from early times, the Tarot was not primarily used for fortune telling or occult studies until about the 18th century when French esotericists found new meaning and use for a deck of cards called Triomfi (Trumps) or Tarocchi or Tarot, that were used since at least the 14th century to play a game similar to Bridge.
Answer by loufinlay
The Magician has been call the cobbler in early decks