The Dark Tarot deck

Written by  on November 25, 2015 

The philosopher Cicero, medieval ecclesiastics, modern-day anthropologists, and many other important figures have studied and continue to seriously study the art of divination.
Even skeptics dedicate considerable resources to the study of this phenomenon and must admit the impact and importance of these practices from ancient times until today.
Divination is a cross-cultural element that has a wide variety of forms on all the continents and in every country in the world: from China to Russia, from Iraq to Australia.
The most common divining practice is undoubtedly astrology, which is deeply rooted in every country worldwide and in all cultures that have existed over the centuries on our planet – from the Egyptians to the Romans – up until modern times.
Besides astrology, there is an enormous number of less popular practices; some are from the past, while others are more specific to some geographic areas.
Cartomancy is, after astrology, the most common divinatory practice among cultures and nations worldwide.
Cartomancy is none other than a method of predicting future or unknown events performed by an expert by means of consulting a deck of cards.
Over the centuries, the Tarot has been established as a leading cartomantic practice, today as in the past, aiming to help us understand what has been defined as “hidden knowledge”. (Source: darktarot.com)

Meaning of the cards according to darktarot.com HERE.

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