An examination of the Holy Nails in scripture and history.
Occultists adopted the Tarot because they were told it was a pre-Christian took informed by lost wisdom, when in fact it was just a deck of cards made by Catholics to play games.
The images on Tarot cards can tell us nothing of the future, but a great deal about the past.
The history of Tarot offered in many books of the occult is almost completely false.
Tarot marks a fascinating convergence of medieval (and later Renaissance) art and symbolism, faith, folk culture, and gaming.