Starting Zigeuner Tarot helping you with a short description by explaining how the card is affected by its position in the spread. Most images of the Zigeuner Tarot derived from Greek mythology and traced back to the Phoenicians (the Romani people). For example, the card of Fortune originated from Tyche- Greek: Taiki - meaning "luck"; What is less well known is that the name Tyche unveiled with the Sanskrit word 'tark' and 'tarkayati' meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, trying to discover one's mind, thus relating this card to Themis from Sanskrit Tattva (Justice, balance) and Themis advise; 'Know Thyself' and 'Nothing in Excess'. Gypsy Tarot is taking you on a voyage to discover the universe within. You will gain a deeper understanding of your Self, where you come from and what direction to chose. With the right choice you're creating a better today, hence a better future. Therefore, Gypsy Card is a Tarot Journey to discover who you are.
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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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. The Visitor purpose is to master the opposing forces within us, to achieve harmony within. Overcoming conflicts and moving forward in a positive direction, finding one's place in life. The Esoteric message of the card speaks of achievement of balance by knowing the way of the universe, not intellectually, because the intellect is still ego, but at a deeper level. Wisdom develops an inner knowing that discerns the ephemeral from the actual - separating the apparent nature of the world from its underlying reality.