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The tarot books are beautifully illustrated, you will receive the tarot books in both PDF or dnl e-book format. What is Dnl e-book? It allows you to turn the pages on your desktop just like you would with a real book. It's not only useful, but fun. Each DNL tarot book, provides you with very easy guide to start to read the tarot. The PDF tarot book is more detailed, it doesn't only include meaning and reverse meaning, but image symbolism as well. Image symbolism is the most important in Gypsy tarot reading. Why most books don't include image symbolism? Because in Gypsy readings, each person develops their own methods. You should too, but we provide for you a starting point with the pdf tarot book.
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The first cards have been around since the 1370's, used as playing cards in Europe. These earliest decks were
hand painted art works which were expensive and could only be afforded by wealthy patrons. But as demand
increased, new and cheaper methods of production were discovered so that playing cards became available for
everyone, specially with the start of the printing machines. The Earliest card found in Germany. Handmade deck
found in castle Ambras (Tirol) together with Hofämterspiel reprinted by "Edition Leipzig" in 1971 for Heimeran
(Munich). The origin of tarot cards is not exactly determinable, but it seems most likely that the early Tarot pointing
to Gypsy origin and was an antecedent to the simpler decks of playing cards. One cannot forget to mention the use
of cards for the purpose of divination. The first use of cards to tell the future was in the 1480's when a German was
published. One shuffled a deck of customary playing cards, drew one, and then consulted the book to determine
one's fate.

It was only later when Court de Gebelin tried to prove an Egyptian origin to the Tarot that people began viewing them
as so magical, and attributed to them the ability to tell the future Ironically, the first cards extant in Europe, the
tarrochi which was ancestor to the modern Tarot, was used only for playing games, yet now the modern Tarot is
used nearly exclusively for the purpose of meditation and divination. It was the simplified playing card deck that was
first used for divination, yet now it is nearly exclusively used for playing games. Although faced with a few tough
tangles to until in the course of seeking the origin of playing cards and Tarot in all the tapestry of time, every card is
a work of art. In seeking the origin of playing cards, one also seeks the origin of an entire art form. This art form
seems to be known throughout the world; its widespread appeal due to the fact that it is functional art. Unlike many
forms of art contemporary to the existence of cards, there was a universal appeal, so that it could be enjoyed by
anyone. The nobility could have fine decks hand-painted for their use, the commoner folk could buy less expensive
woodblock printed decks, and even faithful clergymen could attach moral significance and endorse the use of
cards. Perhaps playing cards and Tarot, with their tangled thread of history, can help unravel the mystery of the
future as the Fates weave the tapestry of time.

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