When we taught this Tarot course for the first time, students that had struggled to memorize the vast amount of cards, suddenly could understand them way better.
It was as if a switch had been turned on, and at that moment they could understand a foreign language, because learning to read Tarot Cards is a little bit like learning a new language.
But after our students had learned our system, soon they were doing Tarot readings at parties, or at home, for friends and clients.
There are 26 letters in the English alphabet, and Tarot has 78 cards.
The cards laid out on the table is like a sentence, yet there is so much more than that. In truth, the Tarot sentence, so to speak, requires translation through interpretation, which means that sentence could mean many different things.
In this way, Tarot is much more complex than the English language.