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Tarot cards were first introduced in the mid of 15th century. ...

Tarot cards were first introduced in the mid of 15th century.
Tarot cards were first introduced in a period where playing cards were one of the main pastimes.
At first tarot cards were just used as playing cards later it was considered to have divine power.

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  •  Tarot cards were first introduced in the mid of 15th century.  Tarot cards were first introduced in a period where playing cards were one of the main pastimes.  At first tarot cards were just used as playing cards later it was considered to have divine power.
  •  People started knowing how powerful the power of divinity was there in those cards.  There are many cards in a tarot deck.  A collection of some set of related cards is called as a tarot deck.  Each card has its own meaning and symbolizes something.
  •  People think that tarot cards are something which is having the power of telling about a person’s future.  They are said to be having the power of predicting the future of the people who are choosing those cards to solve their problem.
  •  The Major Arcana Tarot Cards have a main card called Strength which is numbered as 9 according to the Tarot Deck.  This card is said to indicates strength and passion to achieve something high.  This card is used in game playing as well as in divination.  Voyance Gratuite for the best readings.
  •  Self-control – Being solid – Patience – Compassion  Composure – Stability – Perseverance – Moderation  Kindness – Gentleness – Slowness – Softness  Serenity – Comprehension – Discipline – Inner strength
  •  The card has a women who looks very calm and gentle yet very much dominant over the lion.  Many other cards might also have the card in a way that the women clasping the lion’s jaws.  There are also many other representations of the card in each deck.
  •  The modern interpretation of the card stresses discipline and control.  The lion represents the primal or id-like part of the mind, and the woman the higher or more elevated parts of the mind.  The card tells the Querent to be wary of base emotions and impulse.
  •  The difference is that in Strength, the battle is mainly internal rather than external.  If inverted, the Querant is in danger of losing control to impulses and desires.  Pride and unwarranted anger are also often associated with the inverted card.  Some refer to it simply as a challenging situation requiring persistence and effort.