In times of trouble and uncertainty, Gen Z turns to tarot cards

Gen Z has modern technology at their fingertips. but when times become rocky and unstable, many are seeking out centuries-old iconography in the form of tarot cards. Forbes reported that supernatural readings had risen by a whopping 136 percent within the first few weeks of quarantine. Tarot, first popularized by European spiritualists in the 1800s, has been completely revitalized by Gen Z's interest. In recent years, tarot was often dismissed as "magical arts," but Gen Zers…. particularly young, Black tarot readers and members of the LGBTQIA+ community — are being credited for its current renaissance