This article presents some of the different types of tarot decks exist, emphasizing the possibility of deciding one way or another not only by personal preferences, but also by the particular moment of his life that the person is experiencing. When selecting a type of deck for, we must lean on the more we inspire. The tarot cards tell us: it is advisable, before you opt for one type in particular, review them one by one, connect with them, take time for silence and tranquility to penetrate its myriad meanings. However, beyond our greatest affinity with a type of deck, at certain moments in life there are some who, by their symbols, are better suited to our needs. Interestingly, therefore, know the different types used for reading Tarot cards.
Tarot of Marseille is one of the most currently used in the reading of letters. Its success is based on the simplicity of his illustrations, medieval dye, which facilitates their understanding. Emerged around 1700, was the first tarot printed in serial form, which gave him enormous popularity: tarot decks, until then, were made by hand. Today, many tend to replace it with the Rider-Waite tarot, very similar in content, the greater wealth of his drawings, which opens the door to new interpretations of the reading of letters. This deck was created by the American esoteric Edward Waite, founder of the sect The Order of the Golden Dawn.
Almost the opposite of Marseille tarot, tarot cards created by Alan Borvo Celtic turns reading letters in a completely different experience to those above. Based, as its name indicates, in the Celtic calendar, consists of 72 plates, 18 of which correspond to the major arcana. Kabala Tarot presents a particularly interesting reading letters in this case is not intended to predict the immediate future of the consultant. The predictions are made point to the long term. This tarot is the most features of the ancient Gnostic and Egyptian tarot show, and was introduced by the scholar Samuel Aun Weor Gnosis. Another Egyptian Tarot is heavily influenced Papus Tarot, also called Tarot of the Bohemians. Introduced in 1889 by Gerard Encausse, known as Papus, a great promoter of occultism in Europe, this became very popular tarot. Reading the letters is done with the same mechanics used for Marseille and Rider Tarot. One of the most recently created, the Aleister Crowley tarot emerged in 1942. Watercolor painted by Lady Frieda Harris, friend of the eccentric poet and occultist, the letters are full of rich imagery and fantasy that can translate the reading of letters in a different and surprising experience.