A deck of Tarot cards consists of 78 symbols divided into two main groups. 56 of the cards form the Minor Arcana, and the other 22 form the Major Arcana. The term arcana derives from Latin arcanum, meaning a secret.
Each Tarot card is like a landscape of the soul, describing an area of consciousness.
The 56 cards in the Minor Arcana are more down to earth and deal with the experiences that we make while walking the path of life.
The 22 cards of the Major Arcana describe the spiritual world views that guide and affect us on our journey.
With images and words Javanne Tarot expresses the fact that there is a magical flow between the two roads in Tarot – between Heaven and Earth – and between forces inside and between us.
We all know what it is like when unexpectedly we experience a “connection”, that is, when something amazing happens, or when we feel that we receive guidance and help, in everyday life as well as when life is difficult. Experiences such as these make an impression on us, because they remind us of the many unknown areas and forces we still haven’t understood and explored in our consciousness, in our body, in nature, and in life.