Gypsy Oracle Card Reading: Ancient way interpreting Gypsy Oracle Card e-book is a complete guide to learning Oracle Fortune Telling Card. This tarot book is only recommended for advanced tarot readers. The ebook is 132 pages, A4, 21.0 MB, illustrated Gypsy Oracle book. Each cards are explained in a detailed study, translated from Phoenician language, which is the original way reading tarot and Gypsy cards.
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It looks as an angel visiting the man, but he also looks like the Angel of death presenting the man with two items. In one hand he is showing freshly cut leaves, which could be from an olive branch representing peace, harmony and freedom. But it also showing that you are close to land, close to your destination to find what you are looking for, your journey is taking you to a rich and fertile land. It speaks of finding knowledge, wisdom and enlightenment. This is also strengthened by the book which is front of him, showing him the right path, which connecting this card to the card of Letter and Athena, who was the avatar of wisdom and knowledge. However, the Angel also offering money in his left hand, richness and prosperity, which comes with a high price, the enslavement of the spirit. Hence this card is also paired with the card of Servant. In this sense the card is hinting that we come to a cross-road in our journey, and we have to make an important decision, which will decide our fate, depending on what path we take. Will he listen to the advise of Athena, which will bring happiness and freedom or will he chose money which will chain his spirit with desires, hence sacrificing his freedom? What the future will bring is up to him to decide. But when we look outside, it becomes obvious that the ship, (representation of his corporal self) is already far away, which is showing indecision. That is, he cannot decide what to chose, whilst his boat is leaving without him. The card is showing indecision, which derived from the Vedas. You can also find indecision in Dante's Inferno and the card of Servants. In Sanskrit the card of Consolation is called vicikitsa, meaning uncertainty, question, mistake, doubt, error, a mental wavering or uncertainty. Indecision can arise from zaGKA, uncertainty, doubt, hesitation, fear and distrust. Here on the card it could represent the man who is unable to trust if he will make the right decision, if he will make the right choice. Even though the book front of him providing advise, showing the way, it is only half read. Maybe that is the reason for being in two minds about the truth. Its function is a mental event in which one oscillates between two extremes concerning the relationship between one's action and its result. He might not trust any possible alternatives and do not want advice or any way out. This includes doubting the advise front of him, the teacher, and the virtue, as well as the norms of everyday existence. Indecision is a perplexed thinking. Over time he becomes consumed by self doubt. The journey to an eventual realisation can take decades, even centuries. But as with every journey, there is always a starting point. A combination of a deficiency in self confidence, an inability to be decisive, or responsible for ones own actions (and life in general), can lead to negative actions. In other words, there is nothing worse than doubt. When the mind is filled with confusion, can hinder spiritual maturity. Society generally promotes materialistic ideals, it celebrates shallow approaches to life.
Indecision is a perplexed thinking. It denotes unsteadiness in one particular thing that is being done. The inability to decide anything definitely.
In reverse the card is showing the formation of certainty, confidence.