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Tarot

by Daniel Zuckerbrot

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Bizarre, History
Media Type: DVD

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Much more than a popular form of fortune telling, some say that a great and ancient wisdom is hidden in the mysterious images of the Tarot deck. In some circles, they are thought to be the sole surviving "book" from the great fire that burned the libraries of ancient Egypt. Are they really hieroglyphic keys to the mysteries of life? Skeptical researchers say that is all just romantic delusion. They say that Tarot cards originated in northern Italy during the early 15th century and were used to play a game called 'triumphs', similar to bridge. Recent research shows that Tarot cards may indeed have a mysterious origin and may well have been intended as more than a simple game.

Running Time Approximately 48min
Date Added: Jul 31st, 2008
MLA SKU: zZLHWgp5CCO5khH

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Official Review

October 14th, 2009 8:27am
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Reviewed by Eugene Burger
First, I should tell you that Donna and Daniel Zukerbrot have been friends of mine for many years. I first met Daniel when a Canadian television team made a documentary about Jeff McBride's Mystery School gathering in the 1990s. Daniel, I should add, is also a very accomplished magician.

This film, TAROT, is from the Canadian television series, Enigma. Other films in this series include Jeff McBride: A Magickal Life, also directed by Daniel, and Max Maven: 'A Fabulous Monster,' directed by Daniel's wife, Donna.

Having said all this, I am now very happy to report that I thoroughly enjoyed watching TAROT. It is beautifully filmed and is an intelligent discussion of the history and symbolism of the cards.

There is also some discussion on how the cards are used today by various practitioners. I particularly enjoyed Daniel's questioning of James Wells, a "Tarot Consultant," as they consulted the cards together about the making of the... [Read More]

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