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ABOUT THE TAROT CARDS

The history of the Tarot is shrouded in mystery. Many intriguing theories exist concerning the origin of the Tarot. One states that the Tarot was a calendar for prehistoric man. Another suggests that the Tarot cards are the remains of the Book of Thoth, rescued from the burning of the temples of Egypt. Thoth was the Egyptian god of wisdom, and this book is supposed to have contained all knowledge and wisdom.

Still another theory states that the Tarot originated in India. Indeed the four objects held in depictions of the Hindu god Ardhanari resemble a staff, a cup, a sword and a ring, the four suits of the Tarot. Hanuman, the monkey god, and Vishnu, the Preserver, also hold the same or similar objects in their hands.

Still another theory states that the Tarot originated in India. Indeed the four objects held in depictions of the Hindu god Ardhanari resemble a staff, a cup, a sword and a ring, the four suits of the Tarot. Hanuman, the monkey god, and Vishnu, the Preserver, also hold the same or similar objects in their hands.

Incredibly, some evidence exists that the Tarot may have had its origins in the Torah. The Torah is a Hebrew system of organizing all knowledge and experience, and both the Torah and the Tarot relate in theme and number.
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Other less credible theories suggest variously that the the Tarot originated as court entertainment for Charles VI of France, was imported to Europe by refugee Turks in the 14th century, or was created as a universal language allowing disparate arabic peoples to communicate.

The earliest real evidence of the Tarot appears on the walls of the catacombs beneath the Sphinx. All 22 pictures of the Major Arcana (which in the Tarot show the internal stages of the development of conciousness) are painted in an initiation chamber in the bowels of the monument.

Whatever the origin, the Tarot contains eternal, and therefore invaluable, knowledge. When it is used sincerely and for the purpose of examing and providing direction for one's life, it is a noble and powerful tool for the good of mankind.

Copyright Kitty Perker 2014