This free tarot card download is perfect if you need a set of cards and don’t have the cash.
I arranged a set of public domain tarot card images in a PDF file for you. Just print them out and glue to 3 x 5 index cards.
Note: US Games is hassling me about the copyright on the images. The images, as far as I can tell are by Pamela Coleman Smith and are in the public domain in the US. But, as I said, I don’t want to get into it with US Games.
You can look up the images for yourself.
I have created my own set of Tarot Card Images, which you can download for free. Sign up below and I’ll send them to you.
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One of the advantages of the deck is that it uses illustrations for the numbered or “pip” cards, giving hints to the card meanings.
If you’re new to tarot, I suggest creating a Tarot journal. Pick a card a day and write down your thoughts and impressions around the card.
In 78 days you will have your own set of Tarot card definitions! If you do 2 a day, you’ll have a set of definitions in a little over a month!
A good site to check out with a thorough set of Tarot card meanings is www.tarotteachings.com. I should have my own up sometime soon, so check back!