Starting Tarot with tarotpdf eBook collection helping you with a short description, by explaining how the card is affected by its position in the spread.


Most images of the Tarot derived from Greek mythology and it traces back to the Phoenicians (the Romani people). For example, the card of


, originated from Tyche- Greek: Taiki



; What is less well known is that the name Tyche can be traced back to the Sanskrit word




meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, trying to discover one

s mind, thus relating this card to Themis from Sanskrit Tattva (Justice, balance) and Themis advise;

Know Thyself


Nothing in Excess

. By discovering the Self, you will find the creator within, the universe, allowing you to see clearly, which is called the third eye. Whilst nothing in excess relates to the elements within your body, mind and the environment. In short, Gipsy card is teaching you how to keep balance within, physically, emotionally and environmentally.


When you study the Tarot deeper, than the image simplicity suggested, at first sight, starting to reveal its secrets, a deep understanding about human nature, the psyche, helping you to understand yourself and others. Gypsy Tarot often advertised as images to predict the future. There are many, who are sceptics, and rightfully so. Asking, how can a simple image, a drawing predict what will happen? When you understand the meaning of the card, it takes you to a journey in space and time, revealing your future by shedding light on the past, which brought you to your present situation. If you allow the past to be in control of you, it will determine your future. In other words, the future is in your hands, depends what direction you chose. With the help of Gypsy Tarot you will go on a voyage, to discover the universe within, to 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. Therefore, Gypsy Card is a Tarot Journey to discover who you are.





April 16, 2014
Falseness, deceit in Sanskrit is called tejobhaGga, which word become Tilphousia in Greek Mythology, translating to 'the destruction of dignity', disgrace, as when you cheat others you are deceiving, disgracing yourself. Duplicity is also known as 'maya', illusion, creating an illusion, deception, fraud. Tilphousia was one of the three Furies, and she is one of the three roots of grief.
It is ignorance, attachment to the ego, lust for power and hostility, and these three poisons considered to be the cause of suffering. Deception misleads, hides the truth, or promotes a belief, concept, or idea that is not true and is usually for personal gain or advantage. Trickery might involve falsification, propaganda and double-dealing as well as distraction, camouflage or concealment. There is also self-deception, as in bad faith. It can also be called, with varying subjective implications, flattery to deceit, bluff, distortions of perceptions, ruse, or duplicity. Deception is a major relational transgression that often leads to feelings of betrayal, creating distrust within groups, society, within a family or partners.

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.

From: Reed
From: Reed
Monday, June 17, 2019
Your site is the only one that has such a wonderful amount of info on these cards. There are some blog sites, which has some info on them. But not like yours.

From: Joanne
From: Joanne
Friday, April 19, 2019
You are the best!!!

Thank you so much! I can see everything perfectly with this ebook!
Would it be possible for me to ask questions if I get confused?
Thank you so much!

From: Marino
From: Marino
Friday, May 03, 2019
Thank you I was able to open this. book even on my mobile phone :D
Also, my language is Croatian, it is actually one of the languages printed on these cards. last word in the left column.