Now a days when people hear the phrase 'tarot reading', their mind wonders to devil worshipers and evil witches and although many practicing witches do develop a connection with tarot and/or oracle cards, it is no way evil or done with negative intent. Tarot cards actually originated from a 15th century card game, similar to modern day bridge. It wasn't until the 1700s that tarot cards started being understood and used to gain insight into the past, present and future. Thanks to a guide book written by "Jean-Baptis Alliette" which was later adapted by "Etteilla" who gave meaning to each card, leading him to write his own guide and create his own deck which incorporated beliefs of astronomy, and in keeping with the construction of the original card game with the four suits; swords, pentacles, cups and wands, and also making the connection between the major Arcana, that tell you which universal force is surrounding you and minor Arcana, that tell you what you can do about it. Etteilla was the first to assign a specific order, a system that is still very much used today. Through the years there have been many adaptations of Etteilla works, the most famous and common being the Rider-Waite deck. This is the tarot deck Kayla often uses for insight on the "bigger" questions, however there are also oracle cards, both being incredibly powerful medians to gain clarity for any unanswered questions on your mind and in some cases, offer you a guidance, Goddess, or wisdom for the path before you.