have modernized the Tarot, or at least made it a part of the pop-culture. It probably took a while to travel to western Europe, but under the circumstances, this is completely understandable. And perhaps as the religious freaks mellowed-out, and as the laws of the land relaxed a bit, the Tarot became more mainstream, which allowed it to evolve

and expand a great deal. We just don't believe the 'Made in Italy' theory; a card deck that reflects the complete journey of life seems too biblical in age, and way too risky in nature. Well, so much for conspiracy theories. For further discovery, we encourage you to read The Mystic Tarot, by Sharman-Burke and Greene.

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