Anne-Marie has writen a series of articles on the Tarot for a Dutch spiritual magazine.
Originally a card game designed for recreational purposes, over the centuries the tarot became became a medium for divination and a vehicle for esoteric knowledge.
Under the influence of occultists, the illustrations on the cards have undergone a true evolution. They are enriched with spiritual themes and symbolism from alchemy, the Bible, Judaism, the kabbalah, astrology, and the myths of ancient Egypt and the ancient Greeks.
By clicking on the links below you will find an in-depth analysis of all cards from the Major Arcana. What origin and meaning do the images and symbols used by the designers have?
In addition to well-known decks such as the Tarot of Marseille, Rider-Waite-Smith, Oswald Wirth, and the Thoth Tarot, a very special version of the tarot is also discussed. In the chapel of the enchanting castle Château des Avenières in France, the walls are covered with life-size images of the Major Arcana in mosaic. A beautiful work of art with partly traditional, partly unique, symbolism. A true treasure for the tarot enthusiast and the spiritual seeker!