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Art Deco Cards Esoteric Reading.
How to Read Art Deco Card the Ancient way.
Short introduction to Art Deco Card Reading.
How do You Read Art Deco the Ancient Way?
The Card of Old Man.
The Old Man is a personified character of tA-la-akSA in Sanskrit, who is known as Talos in Greek mythology.TA translates as Earth and womb, la means 3 dimensional and akSa means axis, referring to the core of the Earth and its protection from harmful radiation. tA-la-akSA or Talos representing a guardian. However, the main meaning is three-dimensional or Euclidean space. It is commonly portrayed by the symbol R3, its ancient symbol represented with pr-3, changed into Pharaoh (from Prarohati in Sanskrit). It's meaning is the same, representing the head of the household, Protector.
tA-la-akSA is connected to Sanskrit 'b'el- "to inflate, swell' and ApI enlarged, reaching to, increased, and all these words are referring to Protection. Yet because the ancients had a very dirty mind they interpreted it accordingly, becoming the knowledge of Phallus, erection. Whatever preoccupies your mind, that's what you see in a word or an image. They saw in the Phoenician letter I as 'erection', instead of 'protection', an erected penis of Phallus, instead of protection of Earth's magnetic field and a compass which helped navigation:
- These cards explained the ancient way, and you will be able to see the connection between Gypsy Card, Tarot and Playing card. The main aim of the ancient and original tarot was designed to help you through difficulties, allowing you to achieve balance, to live a happy life. There is no easy way to learn tarot. It takes a long time. It is not intuition, the same way as chess is not built on intuition, but knowledge. However, with both tarot card and chess, you are able to tune into the universe, if you allowing it to surface to your conscious mind from the subconscious. Tarot and Gypsy card are almost identical to Buddhist teachings, combined with science. As above so is below. What that means is that universal reality plays out in human life. For example, the card of Wedding is called Phylacteries, from Sanskrit Pilu-AlAna, and Yukti, corresponding to letter Z, Setavya (Zeta in Greek) i.e. to bound, fasten together, and it is referring to the Sun, the binding of atoms, creating us, hence, the Sun is our birthplace.
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Sample, Art Deco Reading.
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Seeing Protection in male genitalia made them erect phalluses on houses and you will find these images on buildings in ancient Roma, Greece, or a hint of erected phalluses, like pillars... The Tower in Tarot is an obvious portrayal of the Phallus, to protect the inhabitants from evil and it also representing “House of God.” (Does that mean religion is worshipping the phallus?).
Universal Reality, Transferred into Human Life:
The card speaks of protection, and even though the Old Man might look fragile, he is a portrayal of strength, energy, revelation, who possess vast knowledge. In personality, the card is a symbol of patience, life experience, and acceptance. In a reading the Old Man focuses on awakenings of new thoughts, spiritual enlightenment, peace within yourself and also with the world at large. The card speaks of emotional balance, contentment and spiritual fulfilment.
Meaning: The Maid in Sanskrit called HasantikA, embedded into Greek mythology as Hestia, the Goddess of Fire, from which the torch for the Olympics is lighted. Hestia grew in grace and beauty and followed the path of her nature, purity...
Reverse Meaning: Missing chastity, purity and innocence. It can also imply to business or choosing a partner.
Meaning: The Widow is called Arya in Sanskrit which translates to bear, to carry, referring to mystical journey, true knowledge, which can be used for the advancement of all or for a selfish cause, gaining advantages over others..
Reverse Meaning: In a negative aspect, the Widow stand for weakness and fear of life.
Meaning: The Foreign Woman is a portrayal of lust, destruction, especially meant here in the sense of intense eagerness or enthusiasm; pleasure.
Reverse Meaning: The sign of this card refers to an outstanding personality. Representing a confident, and charming woman, who is a serious rival of the Sweetheart.
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