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Representation of - Justice, decision. Origin - Sanskrit - Tattva. Known as - Themis in Greek mythology. Symbol for - A selfless, conscious person can thoroughly understand that there is duality (simultaneous identity and individuality) in the ego, and, equipped with such transcendental knowledge, one can make steady progress on the path of liberation.
The Original justice system in Sanskrit is called Tattva, known from Greek mythology as Themis, translating as knowing the truth. The Tattva is a representation of fair, impartial decision, an ego-less system of Justice. A selfless, conscious person can thoroughly understand that there is duality (simultaneous identity and individuality) in the ego, and, equipped with such transcendental knowledge, one can make steady progress on the path of liberation. When we realise our true-Self, we can be confident that we will not relapse back into ego-identification because the ego will have largely been dissolved. The problem of duality is that there is no lasting joy, no contentment, no peace to be found within it. Therefore, judgement, revenge by sward will not bring you peace, but it will tip the balance, because it does not support your full interface with the Source of Life Force, duality is literally the realm of death. The other word describing Justice is the goddess Dike, from Sanskrit dhaTa, meaning balance, or the scale of a balance and as the name suggest Justice is served to uphold the balance and not the unequal power system. TAttva and tAttvica, is referring to knowing the truth, reality or True Essence, from tad, that which is strictly speaking, there is only One Reality, the reality of the Supreme Being and Highest Truth, the Para Tattva, i.e. Supreme Truth, which may be understood respectively as the witness-consciousness (Self as knower) and the Super-soul, thus the word above Themis “Know Thyself” is knowing the creator, who resides with us all. The word bellow, “Nothing in Excess” is conveying the understanding of ego-less, which you can achieve by knowing yourself, knowing your creator, knowing your origin. That is, when one's intelligence, mind, faith and refuge are all fixed in the Supreme, then becomes fully cleansed of misgivings through complete knowledge and thus proceeds straight on the path of liberation. In other words, one who is fully beyond egoistic consciousness, is undoubtedly washed clean of all misgivings and is in perfect knowledge of everything concerning transcendence. Accordingly there is no Judge or Judgement ever recorded in the history of the Phoenician (Romani) justice system. It is a system without a Judge, which is designed to maintain the integrity to uphold the balance, the truth, the Tattva, and not the power.
The card is showing a fair and impartial decision, where restoring balance is the main aim. In event it means logical decision, fair justice, common sense and impartiality overshadows emotions.
In reverse the card is warning that authority overpowers fair justice. An important decision is influenced by emotions, irrationality, revenge and biased feelings, an ego driven decision.