ZIGEUNER TAROT INTERPRETATION
Most images of the Zigeuner Tarot originates from Greek mythology, and it traces back to the Phoenicians (the Romani people). For example, the card of Fortune originated from Tyche- Greek: Taiki - meaning "luck"; The Greek word Taiki or Tyche comes from the Sanskrit word 'tark' and 'tarkayati' meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, trying to discover one's mind. Therefore, Tyche's name links to Themis from Sanskrit Tattva (Justice, balance), and Themis advice; '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 to create a better today, hence a better future. Gypsy Card is a Tarot Journey to discover who you are.
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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. With the Visitor's help, you will achieve harmony within, overcoming conflicts and moving forward in a positive direction. The card is unveiling a path, finding your 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 transient from the actual - separating the apparent nature of the world from its underlying reality.
Key to Tarot
Tarot Meant to find your way home, it takes you to a journey into the Universe, finding the universe within.
Gypsy Tarot is the most popular tool to tell fortune. Each tarot tells a different story, therefore it is important to be sensitive reading and understanding the ancient symbolism hidden within the images. This tarot contains several pictures that were originally seen as illustrations in divination games as well as playing-card, but the whole collection becomes a distinctive tradition with unique images and a format of its own.