Ever since humans learned to speak, they’ve been questioning their own existence.  Why are we here? What is our purpose? Does life have meaning?


We’ve been attempting to answer those questions ever since, through religion, philosophy, medicine, spirituality, divination, art, architecture, and other practices that draw from ancient wisdom. Tarot, numerology, crystals, feng shui, rune stones, astrology, energy meridians—all have appeared and re-appeared in different forms and different cultures through the millennia, only to disappear again and re-emerge in another form.


Like anything else, a little knowledge can be dangerous in the wrong hands. Take Tarot, for instance, which is based on iconography even more ancient than itself. Today, Tarot cards are generally regarded as a tool of street-corner charlatans separating fools from their money. But several centuries ago, the insights garnered from the original Tarot laid the foundation for the Italian Renaissance and guided its practitioners to create lives of great beauty, abundance, and fulfillment.

Nikola Testa

If you want to know the secret of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.

Fabrizia Zorzenon, Ph.D, EVA Society’s founder, is an endlessly curious and passionate researcher who has studied this pure form of Tarot for more than 20 years and applied its wisdom to her design and architecture to great effect. But decoding ancient mysteries requires attention to many disciplines—such as quantum science.

Quantum physics explains that everything in the Universe is pure energy, with all material structures—people, plants, stones—constantly vibrating at their own frequencies and generating unique energy signatures. In fact, the most famous equation in the world, E=MC2, is Einstein’s proof that the mass of any object is held together by energy. It’s also the principle behind ancient practices such as tai chi, feng shui, and acupuncture.


Fabrizia was fascinated by the similarities she found in quantum physics and the wisdom she gleaned from the ancient texts she was studying. Eventually, she put the two together.


The Map of Opportunities is a sophisticated, holistic tool that helps Fabrizia explore her clients’ deepest needs and desires, resulting in interior design that goes far beyond surface decoration and floor plans to incorporate emotional well-being and optimal energy flow.


See how Fabrizia uses the Map of Opportunities in practice.