Thousands of years ago, the angel Metatron gave to humanity the Tarot and the Hebrew letters, a precious set of knowledge containing the keys to liberation from suffering.
"...Metatron, the Prince of the Presence, said to Moses: "Receive the  letters [of Tarot and Kabbalah]..." - The Third Book of Enoch
"Metatron is the chief and highest among the angels." - Zohar
"Metatron was the prophet Enoch, about whom the Bible speaks. Enoch left us the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Enoch left us the Tarot in which is contained all of the divine wisdom." - Samael Aun Weor
Unfortunately, some cunning people stole and modified a portion of the protected teachings, and over the centuries that stolen knowledge passed through Egypt, Arabia, and finally into Europe, eventually becoming what we popularly refer to as the Tarot. Over the centuries, it degenerated. It was re-arranged, misinterpreted, misused... Being so far removed from their source, very few contemporary Tarot decks accurately reflect the teachings of Metatron. During the twentieth century, Samael Aun Weor wrote volumes of books correcting the Tarot and showing how it is a form of Kabbalah. For decades, millions of readers have awaited an authoritative Tarot deck based Kabbalah, Hebrew, and the knowledge Samael Aun Weor provided. “The Eternal Tarot” is a 78 card Tarot deck and book set that restores the Tarot to its original structure and importance as an integral part of meditation and Kabbalah.
"An imprisoned person with no other book than the Tarot, if he knew how to use it, could in a few years acquire universal knowledge, and would be able to speak on all subjects with unequaled learning and inexhaustible eloquence." – Eliphas Levi
The Tarot represents the fundamental laws of nature, thus the Tarot can be used to understand anything: science, religion, nature... but the most important use is to understand ourselves.
Anyone can use the Tarot to understand the forces at work in their lives, and get guidance regarding what they must do.
"...every erudite occultist, all esotericists, must always call on the “standard of measures,” the Tarot, if they do not want to fall into the absurd." - Samael Aun Weor, The Mystery of the Golden Flower
The included book gives a short overview of the Tarot and how to use it, followed by brief explanations of all 78 Tarot cards. A full, detailed explanation of the Tarot is found in the comprehensive book Tarot and Kabbalah by Samael Aun Weor.
I am thankful to have access to this material as it feels worlds deeper than the Rider Waite tarot. In Truth, I have not utilized the deck yet as proposed in the introduction as I'm not prepared. I am working through some karmas and poor habits first. I hope to be worthy/prepared to use it in a form beyond studying the archetypes soon. I realize how I've only consulted the Tarot previously frivolously and without proper intention/spiritual-sanctity. Trivial pursuits yield trivial results. Sincerity begets sincerity.
This is a great tool for all sincere seekers of the eternal Truth dormant within each one of us.
The contemplation of each card has been profound and specific; sometimes mysterious and perplexing. Letting go of the intellect that wants to analyze the cards and allow space for intuition to guide me has been challenging, but when it clicks; it’s resonance ripples through my being. I want to get the books on Kabbalah and tarot to help me comprehend this deck in more detail, as the little book leaves me curious about all the aspects of the card that aren’t included in the description.
What more could you say about this blessed tool that has been given to humanity.