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Zigeuner Cards Esoteric Reading.
How to Read Zigeuner Card the Ancient way.
Short introduction to Zigeuner Card Reading.
How do You Read Gypsy Card?
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The Card of Journey is called Nau in Sanskrit, which later becomes Noah in the Bible. Noah or Nau means Journey, Life, ship, vessel, becoming a vessel, setting out on a journey, life.
How does the Journey card connecting to Noah's ark and the measurements of this ark? The flood is representing life, with its opposites, ups and downs like the wave, and you are able to learn how to manage the wave of life, which is a reference to the secret of the Universe, ZUS (sound wave), that is, how to create connection with the Wave of the Universe (also known as the Sound of God), which will provide you with protection even in your darkest moment in your life journey. It is a reference of the third eye: When in your life journey you establish a connection with true knowledge, justice, you will be protected and arrive at a fertile land, to your destination, called 'sat-chit-ananda', the pure awareness of self-realisation, the Creator within, which brings emotional strength and wisdom. Whilst the measurement of Noah's ark is referring to Sanskrit pronunciation of the mantra that enables you to forge this connection: All divine personalities are inherent in the Purusha, (The Cosmos) just as Agni (the Fire of the Sun) Sanskrit in speech.
The card is a representation of our journey, life itself. In terms of time, the card is indicating a time of transition, a reminder of the temporariness of life, something that only lasts for a moment in universal time. The card's true meaning is being on our way, the voyage itself and its events and experiences.
Whilst you are on your journey you will come across many different theories about life and its meaning, but life is to find your own truth, your own destiny.
- 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 136 pages Pdf eBook publication and 10.7 MB download. The book explaining each 36 Gypsy Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.
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The eBook is 136 pages Pdf eBook publication and 10.7 MB download. The book explaining each 36 Gypsy Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.
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Meaning: The House origin is Sanskrit, called Sojouin, maga, magos and magh-. known as temporary place of residence, vessel, whilst in Tarot it is the card of Magician, form Sanskrit Magos, which become Magus. The House is the Priest of the Sun, power, transmission of Divine Consciousness into a life- form.
Meaning: The letter card called AkShara or Atna (the Sun) in Sanskrit, which was adopted as Athena into Greek mythology, who is consistently appears in the form of a mythic guide in many ancient tales. All these names referring to message or letter, the universe. That is, when you connect to the sacred vibration of the cosmos, you're able to become a vessel of universal consciousness.
Meaning: The Visitor is known as the Chariot in Tarot, a portrayal of the Sun. Its origin is: Sanskrit - Pha-nikSa, Rama-yAna, Aplu, YahSus. Corresponding to the letter J, which define an auratic field, surround, symbolic of a vehicle toward enlightenment. The Visitor is a representation of the universal soul who is asking permission to enter, to unite. We have an option to accept the spirit or turn it away.
With this book you will also receive "Starting Gypsy Card" ebook, helping to fully discover the secret of tarot reading.