Tarot y Cabala
Tarot y Cabala is a book by Samael Aun Weor that explores the relationship between the tarot and the Kabbalah. The book is divided into 22 chapters, each of which corresponds to one of the Major Arcana of the tarot. In each chapter, Weor discusses the symbolism of the card, its numerological significance, and its relationship to the Kabbalah. He also provides some practical advice on how to use the card for divination.
The book is written in a clear and concise style, and Weor’s explanations of the tarot symbolism are easy to understand. However, the book is also quite dense, and it may be difficult for readers who are not familiar with the tarot or the Kabbalah to follow all of Weor’s arguments.
Overall, Tarot y Cabala is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about the esoteric aspects of the tarot. However, it is important to note that the book is not a beginner’s guide to the tarot. Readers who are new to the tarot may want to start with a more introductory book before tackling Tarot y Cabala.
Here are some pros and cons of the book:
- Clear and concise writing style
- In-depth explanations of the tarot symbolism
- Practical advice on how to use the tarot for divination
- Valuable resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about the esoteric aspects of the tarot
- Dense and challenging for beginners
- Some of the arguments may be difficult to follow for those who are not familiar with the tarot or the Kabbalah
Overall, I would recommend Tarot y Cabala to readers who are already familiar with the tarot and are looking for a more in-depth exploration of the esoteric aspects of the deck. However, I would not recommend it to beginners as a first book on the tarot.
Here are some other resources that you may find helpful:
- The Secret Language of Symbols by Harold Bayley
- The Kabbalah Unveiled by Aleister Crowley
- The Tarot: A History, a Handbook, and a Guide to Reading the Cards by Robert M. Place
- The Fool’s Journey: Tarot for the Modern Mystic by Rachel Pollack
I hope this helps!