This tool will generate 3 tarot cards. But before you press the button, think about what you want this tool to divine about. It could be love, work, studies, or generally your life, or even just today.
To the three cards, you can assign the meanings of “past/present/future”; “what you want/what the other party wants/where you are headed”, “the conscious/the subconcious/the world”, or other groups of three. There aren’t many rules at all in tarot reading; the cards simply serve as inspiration.
Cards are drawn without replacement from the 22 cards of the Major Arcana, which yields 22 × 21 × 20 = 9240 combinations. Each card can be drawn in 2 orientations, which yields 2³ = 8 combinations. Multiplied together, that yields 73920 combinations.
The first card is determined by dividing the result by 22, then the orientation by dividing the result by 2. The second card uses 21, the number of cards left in the deck by then. The third card uses 20, likewise. So small changes change the first card, and large changes change the last card.
However, this method sometimes produces duplicates. To prevent that, any draws that are equal to or larger than a previous draw must be incremented by 1. The calculation of this is slightly abbreviated; if it sees that the second card needs to be incremented, it checks if the last card needs to also be incremented, in which case, it increments the last card by 2.
Tarot card images are from Wikimedia Commons.
As with all fortune-telling and superstitions, take this with a grain of salt. Haley Halcyon does not recommend basing your life upon tarot readings or other kinds of supernatural drivel.