The most fascinating aspect of the Sola-Busca Tarot is its content.
The Trumps depict Kings and heroes of Greco-Roman Antiquities and of Biblical history. Numeral cards and figures have fantastic scenes mixed with alchemical allegories and representations of daily life.
Even the symbols are modified: Discs for the Coins, Club for Wands; Amphorae for Cups; Swords remain Swords.
In a book titled Ancient enlightened Tarot. Alchemy in Sola-Busca Tarot (“Antichi Tarocchi illuminati. L’alchimia nei Tarocchi Sola-Busca”, Turin, 1995, with prefaction by Giordano Berti), the scholar Sofia Di Vincenzo proved the 78 cards of the Sola-Busca Tarot relate to the alchemical tought of the Renaissance.
Concerning this topic, go to page: SOLA-BUSCA & ALCHEMY.
Starting from a particular figure, 10 of Amphorae, you can assume a relationship between the SOLA-BUSCA TAROT AND THE KABBALAH.
See the head of Adam Kadmon, the ancestral model from which, according to the medieval Kabbala, originated the terrestrial humanity. The ten sephiroth that shine in the head of Adam Kadmon may be arranged according to different geometries, not necessarily that become common since the 14th century.