Tarot Card Reading Mnemonics

Tarot card decks have two kinds of cards: the Minor Arcana, which are almost exactly the same as a regular deck of cards, with cards like "5 of spades" or "ace of cups", and Major Arcana, which more meaningful cards like "The Devil" or "Death" (bet you can't guess what that one means). Major Arcana are very easy to memorize, even the ones with weird or indirect meanings make their own mnemonic with how symbolic they are. For example, "The Moon" represents mystery, intuitive abilities, and deception. Those aren't exactly moon-like traits, but if you just remember "the moon is spoooooky" then you'll remember the basic idea. The meaning of the cards is basically B.S. anyway, but the whole point of the cards is to generate B.S. content to overlay a meaningful story onto. The Minor Arcana are the real trouble to remember. Not only are names not inherently meaningful, the meanings assigned to them are much more wishy-washy, like "youth" or "fulfillment".

I'm not sure how to best make these mnemonics. Stringing them all into one big sentence might work. Method of loci is promising, but takes soooo much effort. It's a good tool so maybe I should just do it that way instead of trying to do something tricky. Finding a place in my head with 14 distinct places to put things will be hard, as well as nailing down the "meanings" into tangible objects to store in those places. My kitchen might have enough spots.

Pentacles/coins/earth/East
all relate to material things and wealth

Wands/staves/fire/South
all relate to spiritual and mental changes

Cups/Chalices/water/West
all relate to emotions

Cups/Chalices/water/West
all relate to spiritual and mental changes

Cups/Chalices/water/West
all relate to spiritual and mental changes