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ORACLE TAROT READING.


    
ORACLE TAROT READING, GYPSY TAROT GUIDE
ORACLE TAROT READING, GYPSY TAROT GUIDE

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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EBOOK ON ORACLE TAROT


 

This eBook reveals the Oracle Tarot 48-cards explained in details. The eBook was translated from the Sanskrit language, which gives a deep understanding about the Self. The book gives a clear guide in life through the oracle tarot image trying to teach reflection. The Oracle card is asking you: Do you dare to step out of your habit and take a new path or do you let uncertainty and doubt rule? Love shows you the correct direction, and it is allowing your light to shine. The Widow is a portrayal of 'being', that connects mind-body-spirit with the physical world of structure and organisation. She symbolises the safety and security of your home (your inner being) the need for stability and strength on a solid foundation of values and beliefs. The Widow is about making choices. Think of four points in space that you connect to create a cross. More than once in your journey, you come to a crossroad where you have to make a choice. You have different options, what direction you want to go. Problems are often a signal that change is needed.

 

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The eBook is 168 pages Pdf eBook publication and 6.94 MB download.The book explaining each 46 Oracle Card's image origin, element, planet, star sign, meaning and reverse meaning.

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Solomon Temple - The Priest of the Sun.


    
TAROT READING WITH ORACLE TAROT

The origin of the House is the Sun, and it speaks of nurturing, psychic energy, a Transmission of the Divine into a life- form called Beta. The House in Phoenician language called Sojouin, maga, Magh- magos (Sanskrit) and the exact translation is the unification of gamAgamakArin within you, with the PowerPoint (Bindu), the cosmic centre. Consciousness assured by the Emperor known as Ra or Ind-Ra subatomic particle, by stabilising the Physical Plane, Heaven or Consciousness of the Divine Mind.
The other name of the house is Solomon Temple: Sol comes from the Romans, who continued to worship several sun gods, but they replaced the Greek word for sun, Helios, from Sanskrit hema, gold and heli embrace, with the Latin Sol, a root word that continues to refer to the sun in the present day, such as in the term solar system, from Sanskrit saura, solar and divine, Son of the Sun, right eye, etc. The most powerful sun god in ancient Rome was Sol Invictus, meaning “Unconquered Sun.”

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