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GYPSY TAROT GUIDE

ZIGEUNER TAROT SET

The Hungarian Gypsy cards contained in Piatnik series No. 1901 and 1904, 36 cards lend themselves well to use by the inexperienced cartomancer. Their meaning of the Gypsy Tarot is relatively easily deciphered, although it is important to avoid falling into the trap of adhering too closely and literally to the meanings suggested by the pictures and captions. The cards are explicit enough in their connotations to make a detailed commentary unnecessary. The Gypsy Cards, also known as Zigeuner fortune telling cards, or Hungarian Gypsy Card originated in the early 20th century in Austria. After the Gypsy Card by Joseph Vincent, Lenormand-cards and Tipper cards this Zigeuner cards are the best selling ever.

Cards: 36 Lenormand Gipsy Card.

Made by: Piatnik, Austria.

Availability: 10 cards available.

Delivery: Australia only.

 

Price: $18.00AUD

 

Due to Covid we only deliver within Australia.

  • SWEETHEART - The Empress advise you not to give up when you are having difficulties.
TAROT JOURNEY WILL HELP YOU A NEW WAY SEING AND UNDERSTANDING

Free Tarot Reading, with Zigeuner Tarot Card.



In Tarot Circles Desire is known as the 'Moon', a depiction of  Inspiration or illusions.



With Gypsy Tarot the theme of Desire is more clear by the window, which is an illustration of allowing sight and light into the mind. Desire is a symbol for destiny influencing your life, enlightenment, allowing your Muse to guide you. The card's advise is to reopen your heart to spirituality and the loving light it will bring. Let go of any feelings of self-doubt and unfounded fears.

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TAROT JOURNEY WILL HELP YOU A NEW WAY SEING AND UNDERSTANDING

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.

What is the connection between Buddhism and tarot card?

This question might be surprising to most and find opposing ideas behind the two. Yet, they are connected, they both guiding you to the right path in your life's journey. The characters of tarot-like the Sweetheart derived from the Sanskrit word Eva and it means the creation of matter, whilst in the Bible Eva is the first woman. The Lover card in the tarot is called ADM in Sanskrit pronounced Adam and Adima and it translates to energy, non-matter. In the Bible Adam is the first man.
In short Adam and Eva representing our creation. The First Man Adam is the Energy, wave, which create matter, carbon (Eva), which formed all life forms. There are many more examples of how tarot correlates to the bible, but since the Sanskrit  language and Phoenician mythology is older then the bible, it is easy to conclude what ispired to copy the content of the Phoenician knowledge. Some of you might ask what the Phoenician have to do with Sanskrit language? They were the creators and the original speaker of this ancient language. It is left on the Rosetta stone by Cleopatra, in hieroglyphics writing, which you are able to read in Sanskrit.  Read more https://phoenician-language.weebly.com/