The card is an obvious theme of falseness, deceit. In Sanskrit it is called tejobhaGga, which word become Tilphousia in Greek Mythology, translating to destruction, disgrace, as when you deceit others you are deceiving, disgracing yourself. Deceit also is known as 'maya', illusion, creating an illusion, deception, fraud. Tilphousia, one of the three Furies, is one of the three roots of grief, it is ignorance, attachment and aversion. These three poisons are considered to be the cause of suffering. It's the card of the deceiver and deceived. Deceit defined as pretending to exhibit or claiming to have good qualities which are not real and is associated with passion, being overly attached to illusions and the ego. Deceit is a mental factor which apprehends the quality of an object and not only deceit others but yourselves as well of the object's value. Not to deceit requires awareness, free from extravagance or debauchery of what is true. It also requires that we examine our own motivations, to be sure there isn't some trace of self-clinging behind our actions and our words. On the second level, the Nine of Clubs is warning of such a deceit, which will cause isolation, loss. The Nine of Clubs is showing the Devil, which word derived from Sanskrit dAha-balin and Spardha, meaning emulous, envious, division and tears.

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This Gypsy Tarot eBook is a Key to understanding how playing card affects the meaning of the main image. These cards are similar to the well known LeNormand Tarot and it centeres around the everyday life, revealing the secrets to a happy and balanced life. The Gypsy Tarot Key has 36 cards explained in details. The eBook was translated from the Sanskrit language, which gives a deep understanding about the Self. The card gives you options, solutions to a problem. These options are not easy and need careful consideration. It is a card of free will, a choice, which path you want to choose. You can spend your life concentrating on pain, bitterness, materiality, lust, satisfying your ego, or finding liberation from illusions. It is a war between good and evil, matter over spirit, balance or imbalance, which defines the nature of one's mind, body and ethos. 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 time. It is not intuition, the same way as chess is not built on intuition, but knowledge


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The eBook is 102 pages Pdf eBook publication and  8.79 MB download. The book explaining each 36 Gypsy Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.


Gypsy Tarot Reading with Sanskrit

This eBook unveils the secrets of 36 card in the Sanskrit language. How can this ancient language relate to tarot? The origin of tarot, Gyps card, Playing card and even Chess are all connected by the language. It explains the philosophy of creation and the psychology of balance. As above, so is below. That is the primary message of tarot in the Sanskrit language. To make it more clear how this language relates to the tarot is by understanding the image symbolism. The card of Child reflecting that we are not bound by chained spirit and attachment to things, which is called illusions. This card also called the card of 'adjustment' a representation of finding balance during turmoil while at the same time seeking the principles of negotiation and truth. Adjustment is the ability to find reconciliation and harmony in opposing views.. From a psychological perspective, the card is promoting the pursuit of inner peace by exploring yourself, reaching a deeper insight. Balance also related to equilibrium, the card of justice, adjustment, a balance of opposites, internal compensation or adjustment within the whole, pending decision. .