I view tarot cards as statistically accurate nonsense. When you deal with broad symbols, and thoughtful explication, you can 'predict' anything. For example, a psychic who says "two powerful structures will fall" a hundred years before September 11th, didn't predict the world trade center attack. Anyone, in any age, with enough information, can make a prophecy or prediction apply to the present. It's the same thing english students do when they examine a book through a specific lens, like feminism or racism. It doesn't mean the original author was racist, it just means that evidence can be found and used to make any case. The same is true with tarot cards and a lifetime worth of experiences from which to make associations. If I say you know someone whose name begins with 'J', it doesn't mean I'm psychic, it just means that there is a very good statistical chance you've met someone with a 'J' name at some point in your life.