During the Renaissance, in order to liberate the ideological shackles of religion on people, Tarot stood in the anti-religious camp, and also made great progress in this period. Tarot contains Christianity, Gnosticism and Kabbala mysticism in ideology, and inherits ancient Egyptian mysticism. Methodologically, it includes astrology and alchemy. Later, astrology developed into astronomy, and alchemy developed into chemistry and natural science. Tarot divination eventually developed into a divination discipline, which spread from Gypsies to the whole of Europe.
In modern times, Carl Jung of Switzerland integrated psychology into the tarot card. He was the first psychologist to face up to the tarot card and give it a positive evaluation. Carl Jung believes that the basic types or circumstances of human beings are hidden in all human subconscious behaviors, and the tarot card is regarded as a symbolic prototype, for example, the “emperor” card is the symbol of the highest authority or parent image.
Therefore, each period’s tarot has its own unique culture, and the Renaissance tarot reflects the humanistic spirit of the Renaissance; King Arthur’s Tarot card reflects the magic, chivalry and other cultures of the Middle Ages in which he lived; Gottarot is full of worship of vampires; Wiscantitaro is a relatively old tarot card, and the Vettetaro card used now is developed on this basis. Marseitaro card, according to legend, is built on the system of Marseitaro card. As a part of western culture, tarot card, some stories in the Bible and ancient Greek mythology also come from tarotcard.
It is said that each tarot card reflects one side of the world and reflects the development law of things. If you follow this law, it will be effective. The interpretation of the Tarot card reflects some basic laws, such as the “Hanger upside down” card, which tells you to look at the world from another perspective. Many things are confusing and the onlookers are clear. A different perspective may solve the problem; The picture on the “Power” card is not a powerful man, but a woman’s inner courage, strength and gentleness conquer the lion and overcome the hard with softness, which is the real power. The “scepter ten” represents passion, action and creativity. The leaves on the picture represent different things. When all ten things are pressed on the shoulder, they will be unable to lift their heads and see the direction of progress clearly. This card tells us that things should be done step by step, and the road should be taken step by step.