Tarot explores the creation, the universe and how it plays out in human life. That is where the saying originated from ‘as above so is bellow’. As the universe formed, it was vital to create balance for life to exist. The same way as the Cosmos cannot have life without equilibrium, nor would you. Therefore, tarot is genesis, helping you to find balance within. For instance, the definition of the Visitor card is referring to the Sun. With the ancient method (Sanskrit) reading the cards, you can find the creator within, leading to equilibrium, peace, contentment. Why is language so important to understand tarot? Because each letter of Sanskrit carries colour, height, width, depth, breadth, weight, geometrics. Furthermore the elements are hieroglyphics writings, the original Sanskrit writing, portrayed on each Gypsy Card and Tarot. By knowing the complexity of the language, you can understand the cards more clearly the images.
Today there are so many cards to chose from and so many ways of reading them that no one can be sure which one is right, which one to chose. This Gypsy Tarot eBook is helping you to understand how the different positions of each card affect the card next to it. The Tarot Book is written according to the ancient Gypsy tradition, using the Sanskrit language to explain the original meaning of each card.
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This card carries tension wherever it goes and will force you to reassess your role in a long-forgotten tribulation. Rod is portraying anger, ranging from something trivial but unpleasant incident to a raging fire of fury. The Jack of Club on the second layer is calling to examine your attitude, to lighten up, and allow happiness into your life. However, the Rod not only shows anger but exploitation as well. It serves as a warning since ancient times that greed, oppression always leads to poverty, scooping up profit utilizing corruption which is the cause of your misfortune, the cause of unhappiness and disasters. The card' reveals that one incident by itself might be something insignificant, something small, and the outcome defined by the reaction, the way we adjust to the incident.