Kabbalistic Tarot

The symbolic richness of the tarot has been already widely recognized. The profusion of mystical, hermetic and Kabbalistic and mythological elements present in each harness is enormous and is conjugated to transmit messages of great power and wisdom. Within the Kabbalistic elements, has been extensively studied the meaning of the numbers in each tarot card, since not only the figure of each letter, but even the number of times that certain elements are repeated within the same is of utmost importance. Such are the evolution and complexity of the tarot has reached over the centuries. Therefore, it is not surprising that also the colors chosen to illustrate scenes that appear in each letter also have their own meaning. And may be one factor to keep in mind when interpreting the tarot messages. White color, within the symbolic system of the tarot, transmits an image of purity, spirituality, light and innocence. But also of joy and optimism.

The black on the other hand, speaks of inner life and introspection that can become excessive isolation and submission. You can also suggest an austere, methodical and organized personality. The gray color is another tones indicating organization and stability, although in his case, accompanied by a good management of the interaction and social relations. Red is the color of passion, attraction, desire and love. Its orange cousins and yellow bring message of creativity, joy, power, strength, optimism, energy and intelligence. The rose speaks of innocence, tenderness and delivered to others. Another that indicates stability for the Tarot cards, in addition to gray, is blue.

Indeed, this is the tone of the wisdom, faith, loyalty and quiet confidence. Also Brown suggests stability and all the other qualities traditionally considered as masculine. The Green is for the tarot, the color of nature, and why their attributes, fertility, abundance, freshness, vitality, growth, harmony, exuberance and strength are associated with him. The dark green is also, for the Tarot, the color of money. Wealth, however, is represented in the tarot by the Golden tones, which also symbolize divine spirit, spiritual openness and real attributes. As you can see, the beautiful colors that adorn each tarot card hide multiple messages that are well worth discovering.

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