ART DECO
TAROT SET



YOUNG MAN The Young Man is the ancient way to represent the different stages which will lead to liberation. The ultimate goal of life is to find water, the calmness of the mind which will lead to the opening of the third eye. It is a very long and difficult journey. Liberation can be achieved by different stages of aluMbin (Sanskrit) known as Olympic games, but it is also known as tejita (Sanskrit) known as Tai chi, i.e. sharpened, circulate as well as purify. At the last stage, you will be able to achieve the ‘Scale of Perfection’, which goes from total delusion to total omniscience.


Vintage Art Deco Style PDF Gyspy Card.


This Art Deco cards contain vintage images from the times of 1918-20's designed by Arc Tarot, 50 cards with poster like images relating to the current times and the social concerns. When you study the cards deeper, than the image simplicity suggested, at first sight, starting to reveal its complex secrets. These are PDF Gypsy cards, printed for you as you order.

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Cards: 50 images.
Made by: Divine.
Type: Full Colour Printed PDF Tarot.


VINTAGE ART DECO TAROT READING,MISFORTUNE


MISFORTUNE



Searching for fortune by any means, regardless of right or wrong, always ends in torment, poverty and division among people. The impulse of the ego to fulfil desires plays a vital role in misfortune. At first, it starts small, as a child you want a toy the neighbour children have. And now it is not just a toy, but money, luxury, dominance and so on.



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VINTAGE ART DECO TAROT READING, ANGER


ANGER



The card is asking you to learn to take control, to master your emotions. To make a shift, you may have to take an inner journey. It helps to uncover the reason for the unconscious outburst of sudden anger. Doing so may imply dealing with setbacks that making you behave the way you do.



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VINTAGE ART DECO TAROT READING, VISIT


VISIT



The Visitor represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until this friend arrives. It is a symbol of beauty, love, purity, faithfulness and care. It illustrates the achievement of Trinity, spiritual powers, to see things as they are, not as we are.



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