The first tarot prints were found in thousands of years old Egyptian tombs. Tarot sms currently puts at your fingertips from whom all his wisdom need it.Variascosas have changed paint handmade on Papyrus 2.0 communities. But the universal principles that govern the tarot are still the same that thousands of years ago. The mode of interpretation may have changed, adapting to new ways of seeing life. But the big issues that concern and occupy humanity remain the same. Perhaps the biggest differences are recorded among the so-called minor arcana.
By logical, everyday situations that we face today are not equal to that presented in the ancient Egypt. Already the roles of men and women in society are very important differences. This is evident primarily in the case of women. The arcane XXIV, the Weaver, confined women to the world of the virtues and household work. Honesty and honor, maintaining his good name aloud and take care of your House and your family seem to be the maximum achievements that a woman can aspire. Something completely different to what happens nowadays.
In most modern tarot decks, even some male figures have begun to represent as a female so that the balance between the two principles in each spin is greater. Major arcana, in contrast, almost no experienced changes from ancient Egypt to date. The major issues and concerns have remained the same: although they seem forgotten at times, always come back. So happens today when, after centuries of intense materialism, increasingly more people embark on a spiritual quest. They have discovered that goods colman not vacuum that feel inside and want to return to what is truly essential. Those values that so well reflected the tarot major Arcana: the generosity, love, giving to others, justice, strength, inspiration. Some current flows up to include in their interpretations of the same tarot elements of ancient Oriental philosophies, closing a circle that goes back to the origins of this mancia exciting. Today, the tarot can reach us in many ways, from the traditional harness to the tarot by text message or e-mail. But its message, its essence and wisdom, although renovated, never change. Juan Carlos Montillo