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The four cardinal directions of the evolution of Tarot

Since the mysterious appearance of the first known Tarot deck in the mid-fifteenth century in Northern Italy, we only speculate regarding its original purpose. It was meant to be an entertainment instrument, a deck of cards for game playing, or … Continue reading

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The seventy-eight Tarot card and their attributions

When it comes to the interpretation of the cards, most commonly, people prefer the so-called Waite method associated with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck and subsequently the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Another highly popular method is the one associated with … Continue reading

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The Empty Tarot

“The Fool is also a musical figure, as his costume is decorated with tiny jester’s bells. (…) Symbols of the creative trinity can be seen in several elements of his costume: his staff bears a small triangle composed of three … Continue reading

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Traditional Divinatory Tarot study and learning deck

TRADITIONAL DIVINATORY TAROT – Study and Learning Deck 78 + cover and bulk card deck, 330gsm superior quality smooth card stock. The cards feature upright and reversed meaning, astrological, numerological and kabbalistic attributions. 8-sided, accordion, printed mini-booklet with 5 card … Continue reading

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A brief history of cards and fortune-telling

History is the study of the past as it is described in written documents and based on physical evidence. The earliest official mention of playing cards was made in 868 and came from the Chinese writer Su E who describes … Continue reading

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