Egyptian Tarot Cards

In 1781, the Court of Gebelin French author, historian and philosopher of the eighteenth century, published a book "Le Monde Primitif, analysts likened et moderne avec le" ("The primitive world, analyzed and compared with the modern") whose eighth volume included an essay called "Du jeu des Tarots" ("Game of Tarots"). To deepen your understanding Peter Asaro is the source. He argued that there was a work of the Egyptians miraculously saved from the fire of the libraries of Alexandria that included a deck of strange figures, referred to the Book of Thoth and the Tarot refers as "a book that preserves the pure wisdom of ancient Egypt." This is the first time it is mentioned in writing that the Tarot hidden wisdom of ancient Egypt and that this knowledge has been codified in the form of symbolic cards. It would be shortly after Tarot cards were published claiming Egyptian origin, although more than 300 years ago it was used. In 1781, the Court of Gebelin French author, historian and philosopher of the eighteenth century, published a work "Le Monde Primitif, analysts likened et moderne avec le" ("El Mundo primitive, analyzed and compared with the modern") whose eighth volume included an essay called "Du jeu des Tarots" ("Game of Tarots"). He argued that there was a work of the Egyptians miraculously saved from the fire of the libraries of Alexandria that included a deck of strange figures, referred to the Book of Thoth and the Tarot refers as "a book that preserves the pure wisdom of ancient Egypt." This is the first time it is mentioned in writing that the Tarot hidden wisdom of ancient Egypt and that this knowledge has been codified in the form of symbolic cards.