Tarot cards and dating
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The cards are large (3 x 5 inches) and the card stock is robust, but also glossy and slippery.All these factors can make it a challenging deck to shuffle.
The backs feature an image of Archangel Michael, and are non-reversible. It gives a brief intro and how-to, two spread suggestions, a small B&W picture of each card and a 2-3-para interpretation. The Angel Tarot Cards is the first tarot from the very popular creator of oracle decks, Doreen Virtue.It's a full set of 78 cards with images of angels, mermaids, unicorns and fairies, designed to be '100 percent gentle, safe, and trustworthy'.It's a simple and very easy to use introduction to tarot cards.Read reviews of the Angel Tarot Cards Created by Doreen Virtue, Radleigh Valentine Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Hay House 2012 Although called a tarot deck, this Angel Tarot looks and handles more like an oracle deck.A picture of all 78 Tarot Cards The word tarot is derived from the Italian word tarocchi, which has no known etymology. It may be derived from the name of an Italian river, the Taro.
Or perhaps it is of Arabic origin, as playing cards originated in the Middle East, becoming common in Europe by the year 1377 C. 18th century occultists claimed the name Tarot came from the conjunction of two Egyptian words meaning “royal road,” which indicated that the tarot was the path to wisdom.
Playing cards, imported into Europe from Egypt, consisted of four suits similar to the ones we still see in tarot today: cups, swords, wands (or staves) and coins. E., symbolic meaning was attributed to certain cards, some of which began to take on names such as “The Sun” and “The Moon,” etc.
Going by the packaging and overall effect, the theme color of this deck is blue.
The actual origins of Tarot cards are steeped in myth and mystery.
One myth suggests that early Christians used story-cards, which later became the tarot, to spread the story of Christ under the noses of the Romans.
This story, however, is unsubstantiated, and has been debunked by what we know of the tarot’s actual history.