About Us
This website only provides information about Gypsy Cards, the
origin of spells, anything to do with Sanskrit language, is translated,
which opens an ancient history previously unknown to most of us.
How Sanskrit Language Relating to Tarot Cards? The creators of
Sanskrit language were ancient people who also left us writing,
hieroglyphics as well, since Sanksrit used picture writing.
Hieroglyphics was the base of Greek alphabet and later on the Roman.

The Charmed Book of Shadows is in DNL e-book format,595 pages and 95.2 MB, 1164x646 pixels for download or DVD. The book can be printed, but it prints the book as you see it, with edges. DNL books will not give you  good quality for printing, but it is perfect for your desktop.The Charmed Book of Shadows DNL e-book allows you to turn the pages on your desktop just like a real book. To be able to use it, you will have to download the small file which will enable you to use dnl e-books:
To use Dnl e-book, you have to download dnl-reader:
DNL-READER: http://www.dnlreader.com/reader

There are many type of Gypsy Cards and, whether Hungarian, Austrian or Italian are a system all on their own. Well, this is what the  common belief system is among  
Tarot Readers. That is why Gypsy cards are not called Tarot Cards. What is the difference? Tarot cards like Rider Waite are numbered and usually consist of 78  
cards. Whilst Gypsy cards are not numbered and don't have major and minor arcanas. What is Arcana? Arcana translating as 'secrets or mysteries', hidden,  
concealed secrets. The word is originated from Latin arcanus, from arcere ‘to shut up’, from arca ‘chest’. However, this word goes much further back than Latin, it's  
origin derived from Sanskrit language 'arcana' translating to  worship, honor and it is also relating to the primordial Sun.

The Tarot consist of the two groups of cards in a tarot pack: the twenty-two trumps (the major arcana ) and the fifty-six suit card. Trump again can be traced back to  
Sanskrit language, 'trmp' means dialogue with the universe. Major arcana are pictures that represent life, stages and experiences we all go through. It's meant to be  
the story of one's journey through life. Minor arcana cards describes the people, events, feelings and circumstances we encounter on our personal Journey. It  
represents events that are within the control of the individual and indicate how you do something.

So far this covers the basic difference between Gypsy Card and Tarot Cards. However, Gypsy Cards although it is mostly unknown also contain major and minor  
arcanas and it has to be in sequence as it would be numbered. For example the number 1 card is the card of Sweetheart, followed by the card of Lover. They are  
considered as major arcana's as it is explaining stages of creation. Whilst minor arcana is anger, jealousy, desire, hope, etc. These are events within your control.  

Therefore the two cards are not so different after all. Personally I prefer the Gypsy Cards, because there are less images to memorize. I find it very convenient to  
have less cards to spread, yet each card holds meanings that makes up the 78 card reading, if you learn in depth what each card convey. But first, you have to learn  
the basics, so we offer books, which will help you to start reading Gypsy Cards.
3 days waiting period on every download.

36 Medieval Card:

MEDIEVAL fortune telling cards by tarotpdf.com, consist of 36 cards. The cards have beautiful Medieval images that looks as it was decorated on parchment, with descriptor words in  English.


36 Divine Medieval:

The DIVINE MEDIEVAL fortune telling cards by tarotpdf.com, consist of 36 cards. The cards have beautiful Medieval images that looks as it was decorated on parchment, with descriptor words in  English.


60 Agni Cards:

The CARD OF AGNI by tarotpdf.com, consist of 60 cards. It conveys very complex interpretation. This card was created on the computer, however, it will give you images, which is easy to understand, but if you want to know the full detail, you need the Agni Set.

36 Charmed Oracle Cards

36 Charmed Oracle Cards:

The CHARMED fortune telling cards by tarotpdf.com, consist of 36 cards. The cards have beautiful Medieval images that looks like poster like images, parts from Charmed Book of Shadows in black and white.

Book of Shadows:

Charmed Dnl Book of Shadows ebook 595 pages and 95.2 MB, for those, who are collectors of Charmed. The Charmed Book of Shadows, or "the Book of Shadows", is a fictional book of witchcraft from the TV series Charmed.

Charmed Collection

Charmed Collection:

These Charmed Cards are for the collectors of Charmed. It has gray base, with coloured images, for easy printing. It contains images and spells from the Charmed Book of Shadows, placed in PDF e-book as a taro card. (coming soon).


The Necromancer was formerly a demon named Armand, who had a tumultuous relationship with Penny Halliwell, the grandmother of the Charmed Ones. Though they truly and passionately loved each other, he betrayed her, causing her to vanquish him. Presumably foreseeing that either she or her descendants would have to deal with his return at some point in the future, she added an entry of him in the Book of Shadows.

Price: $36.00AUD

DNL Book of Shadows, Charmed.


.The word necromancy is adapted from Greek nekromanteía, a compound of Ancient Greek (nekrós), "dead body", and manteía, menaing divination by means of; this compound form was first used by Origen of Alexandria in the 3rd century AD. The Classical Greek term was nekyia, from the episode of the Odyssey in which Odysseus visits the realm of the dead. Nekyia however is not a Greek word, but Sanskrit and it means cluster, collection, multitude, referring to Nirukta, which provides insight into the hidden content of the Veda, called Vedanges, which is referring to the number 6. Just like the limp of the body, they perform various supportive functions in the study of Veda.

The six Vedangas are Siksha, Chhanda, Vyakarana, Nirukta, Jyotisha and Kalpa. The Veda contains mysterious symbolism, not understood at all, which is obvious from Greek mythology, the interpretation of the Sanskrit words becoming spells, witchcraft and mythology turned science upside down. A good example is the mythology of the scorpion, based on Scorpius, a giant scorpion sent by Gaia to kill Orion. Latin sources add that Oenopion was the son of Dionysus. Dionysus sent satyrs to put Orion into a deep sleep so he could be blinded. Another source tells the same story but converts Oenopion into Minos of Crete. It adds that an oracle told Orion that his sight could be restored by walking eastward and that he found his way by hearing the Cyclops' hammer, placing a Cyclops (Cyclops from Sanskrit Kalpa) as a guide on his shoulder; The Cyclops or Kalpa hammer is referring to the rhythm of the drum played in the performance of rituals, mantra, vedic hymns. The Vedic hymns with the right sound vibrations opened the mind to the medium of ether, space, communication with the universe, and not with the dead.

Necronomicon, from Sanskrit Nirukta is a study of Sanskrit, an interpretation and analysis of difficult words, which provides insight into the hidden content of the Veda. It doesn't mean communicating with the dead or spell. Nirukta contain obscure and unknown words, an in-depth study, which helps to discover the hidden meaning of its linguistic and philosophic significance. However, the study of the words didn't only apply to long words, but each letter contain a hidden meaning. For example studying the word ORION reveals its hidden secrets. For instance O is a representation of observation, eye, RI is referring to gamut, scale, collective inhabitants, and nA means knowledge, centre, and our connection as an umbilical cord to the ORION star system and to humanity... It is a highly advanced picture thinking, and with one word you are able to see its many components as one.

Download the free sample of Charmed Book of Shadows by clicking on the book. The sample book is 65 pages and 11.3 MB.
Copyright © 2018 by "tarotpdf.com"  ·  All Rights reserved  ·  E-Mail: contact tarotpdf.com