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THE WIDOWER.

DEPARTING, WIDOWER, ORPHEUS, HEAVEN AND EARTH, APPEAR, VOYAGE
DESIRE, MUSE, INSPIRATION, ADDICTION
HOPE, STABILITY, SECURITY, HEALING, FOUNDATION, PNDORA, PAST, SLEEP
DEPARTING, WIDOWER, ORPHEUS, HEAVEN AND EARTH, APPEAR, VOYAGE
WIDOW, FIRE OF THE SUN, ARCANA, SCIENCE, EUROPA, ARYA
STATE OF BEING, GAMAGAMAKARIN, MESSENGER, DIALOGUE, PHILOSOPHY, YOGA, METATRON'S CUBE
VISITOR, COSMIC MAN, YAH-ZUS, PHOENIX
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Gypsy Card vs Tarot:

Today there are so many cards to chose from, and so many way reading them, that no one can be sure which one is right, which one to chose. The cards in this book combining different cards, Gypsy cards and Tarot into one and each cards read according to the Ancient Romani Tradition, which you might find surprising at least...

GYPSY CARD READING, THE CARD OF WIDOWER.

The Widower card derived from the Sanskrit word ullAsa, eg. becoming visible, appearing, coming forth, so on. UllAsa better known as Ulysses or Odysseus Journey in Greek and Roman mythology. The other Sanskrit word for the Widower is urvI (pronounced orphi) meaning heaven and earth, and pracArin, e.g. coming forth, appear, referring to the time when we departed from the Sun, started out on our journey, hence the name Widower. Our journey in life means voyage, which is departing from somewhere, hence the meaning of loss, departing, and the beginning of illusion. Matter in Sanskrit has many names, but it is mainly referring to illusion; vibh-rama or Maya.

The card of widower also hiding the mythology of the Cyclops and it's connection to Orpheus. This connection becomes clear with its origin, Sanskrit. In Greek language the Cyclops is Kyklop, adopted from Sanskrit Kalpa, meaning ritual, is one of the six auxiliary disciplines known as the Vedangas, which support the study of the Vedas, containing the sacred knowledge how to communicate with the universe.

The Widower card representing patience, perseverance, persistence through difficulty. The crystallisation of the whole matter involved. Usually, as it denotes the actual subject of the query, it depends substantially on the accompany cards. The card also showing change, loss in relation to your home, loved one, difficult circumstances. However the situation will change for the better as the widower is a representation of strength and fortification. In Reverse position it may indicate delay, opposition, obstinacy, inertia. You should try to find your way back from darkness into the light  Read more >>
DEPARTING, WIDOWER, ORPHEUS, HEAVEN AND EARTH, APPEAR, VOYAGE
DEPARTING, WIDOWER, ORPHEUS, HEAVEN AND EARTH, APPEAR, VOYAGE

THE WIDOWER CARD.

JUDGEMENT.

Reading Agni, The Fire of the Sun Cards.The Widower in Sanskrit called urvI (pronounced orphi) meaning heaven and earth, and pracArin, e.g. coming forth, appear, referring to the time when we departed from the Sun, started out on our journey, hence the name Widower, loss.
Our journey in life means voyage, which is departing from somewhere, hence the meaning of loss, departing, and the beginning of illusion. Matter in Sanskrit has many names, but it is mainly referring to illusion; vibh-rama or Maya, but it also speaks of new beginning.
Judgement in tarot referring to time, long life, eternity, immortality, duration through time, voyage. Final decision in respect to the past, and new current in respect to the future; the opening of new doors concurrent with the closing of old ones. Transforming fire, renewal. Always represents the taking of a definite and decisive step. The evolution of human consciousness and understanding about the nature of our physical reality. Our consciousness becomes more universal as we see the Oneness behind creation. Older perspectives are burned away by spiritual fire.
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