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Gypsy Oracle Esoteric Reading.
How to Read Oracle Card the Ancient way.
Short introduction to Gypsy Oracle Card Reading.
How do You Read Oracle Cards the Ancient Way?
Characteristics driven by the ego:
A Sighs, desire, wish, longing, sadness. The Sighs card is associated with a negative mood-a sign of disappointment, defeat, frustration, and longing. So what is a sigh? it's an expression of resignation and frustration. A deep yearning, which can be after a lover, job or a business. This card derived from Sanskrit Pratijnata, adopted by the Greeks as Pothos. In Greek myth, Pothos ("longing") and his brothers Eros ("love") and Himeros ("desire") were the sons of Zephyr, the westerly wind. Alternatively, Himeros and Pothos. Whatever their precise family connections, Himeros represented the desire towards something that was within human reach, and Pothos was the longing towards an unattainable goal. Since the object of this longing could only be reached in a better, more perfect world, it comes as no surprise that Pothos was associated with death. For example, the word is also used to describe the Delphinium flowers that were placed on tombs. The girl is holding a letter and next to her dropped on the ground a red rose. She is dressed in black, with a combination of yellow which emphasising her disappointment. She is wearing a black hat which reminds us of the Widow in other Gypsy Cards, and next to her the stone bench looks like a grave, connecting this card to Pothos, desire, which cannot be reached. The flower on the ground showing disappointment, defeat, longing, hence the title of sighs. But this card also relates to the card of Hope in other Gypsy cards. Sigh relates to living with disappointment. We experience everything in terms of opposites: gain and loss, praise and blame, pleasure and pain, happiness and unhappiness. Hope also have its opposite, it can refer to pratiSThA, (which become the 'Pool of Bethesda, the House of Mercy in the Bible) means base, stability, security, healing, foundation. In negative, the Hope card shows the Moon, representation of Illusion, bewilderment, dissociation from objective reality, dreaminess, error. We, of course, want gain, praise, pleasure, and happiness. But life is made up of "opposites" as so far you seen with the tarot cards, Merriment followed by Sadness, Fidelity is followed by Deceit because each always arrives with its opposite. One cannot experience pleasure and not feel pain. One cannot be open to praise and not receive blame. This is the nature of the reality that we know. It is the denial of this truth that is the cause of all suffering...
- 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.
- The eBook is 188 pages Pdf eBook publication and 13.4 MB download. The book explaining each 52 Gypsy Oracle Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.
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The eBook is 188 pages Pdf eBook publication and 13.4 MB download.The book explaining each 52 Gypsy Oracle Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.
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Meaning: The Soldier is called the Devil in Tarot, which is a representation of blind impulse, obsession. In Greek it is called diaballein, from Sanskrit dAha-balin, i.e. the Devil, translating to burning serpent, referring to uncontrolled lust and desires, which word then transformed into devil.
Meaning: Consolation is referring to decision, justice, called Tattva in Sanskrit, known from Greek mythology as Themis, translating to knowing the truth. The Tattva is a representation of a fair, impartial decision, an ego-less system of decision. A selfless, conscious person can thoroughly understand that there is duality, simultaneous identity and individuality in the ego
Meaning: Conversation is signifying connection, portrayal of wisdom, a mentor, teacher, spiritual counsellor. Intuition, manifestation, inner teachings received, philosophical, goodness of heart, harmony, help from the spirit, peace, stillness. It is called goSTha and zaraNA In Sanskrit, known as dialogue, philosophy, conversation, refuge, The Voice of the Universe.
With this book you will also receive "Starting Gypsy Oracle Card" ebook, helping to fully discover the secret of tarot reading.