Learn Tarot Basics with Playing Cards.
HOW TO USE PLAYING CARDS TO PREDICT THE FUTURE is a PDF e-book. 58 pages, 2.94 MB ebook. A complete guide to the interpretation of each 52 Playing Card. The e-book gives you a detailed explanation of each playing Card, deciphering each image symbolism, meaning and reverse meaning. The tarot book is excellent for beginners and experts alike. If you're a starter, the fortune telling book will provide an easy guide to understand each playing card image, meaning and reverse meaning. Advanced tarot reader will also benefit from the Pdf book, as it will provide a you with a new perspective of reading playing card.
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Print your own Playing Cards for telling fortune or to use it as a playing card. The cards have easy to read images, placed in PDF e-book for easy printing. Playing deck have 52 cards and within each card a hidden symbolism waiting to be revealed. Most beginners are simply overwhelmed with the idea of having to memorize 52 different cards. What most people don't realize is that tarot card evolved from playing cards, which makes the interpretation of the playing cards similar to tarot with minor differences. Playing card as the Gypsy tarot were based on the Greek mythological characters. If you are familiar with Greek mythology, it should be easy to recognize the theme of the playing card, what it representing. As a hint, for instance the Ace of Spades is representing Ares the Greek Minor God. Ares daughters are the Amazons. - In reality he was not a god but the story was re-written by Homer (Homerus) and he changed almost every story of Greek mythology creating gods out of monsters. - Thus, we can conclude there are more secrets in tarot than meets the eye at first glance. Only when you do a thorough research, which can take many years that enables you to find out these riddles. Within the interpretation of the playing card we did not include mythological themes, leaving it open to your imagination. Learn more >>
ORIGIN OF TAROT
The word Taro derived from the Sanskrit word tARA, meaning Earth, and from the Sanskrit word tArita, meaning liberated, saved, rescued, conveyed across. The other word for tarot is Tara, meaning road, passing over or beyond, passage, crossroad, ferry. It is also called Tarita, a form of Durga, also known as carca, meaning inquiry, discussion, recollection, which is referring to Akasha, i.e. that we already possess this knowledge and all we have to do is to remind ourselves of this wisdom. The translation from Sanskrit suggesting that the original Tara, Tarita cards were used as a guide to the right path, how to deal with our emotions, how to overcome desires, which entail jealousy, anger, hope, sadness, deceit, greed, pride, etc. What can language discover? Well Sanskrit language is encoded the past, present and future, it is a programming language, as with the right use, you are able to reprogram the human DNA. Therefore, Sanskrit doesn't, or rather cannot lie. When you minutely examine the languege, through it, you are able to achieve a state of consciousness far beyond our current idea of intelligence defined by the scientific mind and its emulation of external reality. With Sanksrit you are touched the cosmic mind of which our human mind is but a spark. The sacred language was the Romany people's main tool of communication with both inner and outer worlds, through which they could contact channels of universal thought and energy as easily as you can tune into your different broadcasting stations. Meditating on the sacred fire linked them with the sacred order of life, which they called ‘sacrifice’ owing its interdependence. They became a sacrifice, as it were, offering their lives to the cosmic fire. Their human personality was exchanged for a sacred role as guardians of the light...