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 VISIT.
The Visitor, the Universal Spirit, often portrayed as the Primordial Sun or as a Phoenix (hence the name Phoenicians, followers of Yah-Zus, The Voice of the Universe, you could say it is the base theology of Christianity) known as Apollo or Aploun in Greek, derived from the Sanskrit word Aplavate (Aplu), inundate, affected by, which words referring to another Sanskrit word sAha, M'sAha, that is Messiah and bedew, the cleansing of the soul, which was adopted in Christianity as baptism. Apollo also called Agni in Sanskrit, symbolises fire, vibration and sound. Agni was born from the Cosmic Man, YahZus, which translates to the sound of god from two Sanskrit words Yah Vah i.e. "He who expended into the universe", and Zus or Zrut meaning sound, vibration (in Greek is known as Zeus). Thus combining the words we get Yah-Zus “The Voice of God”, the vibration, the heart-beat of the universe. The Phoenix is associated with the sun, new life, by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. In historical records, the phoenix symbolising renewal in general as well as the sun, time, metempsychosis, consecration, resurrection, life in a higher plane of existence, achieved upon accepting the spirit, creating unity within Spirit, mind and body. The Visitor's aim is to bring us purity, enlightenment, to take us to the right path and to free us from suffering, which is based on desires, uncontrolled emotions, the ego. The visitor's aim is to teach you the ego-less, freedom within, which is called buddhi state. That is, when your mind becomes still and you are able to rest in your true nature. Read more >>
THE VISITOR CARD.
THE CHARIOT CARD.
The Visitor representing manifestation, rebirth, a metaphysical vehicle to enlightenment. The Visitor is a representation of finding the right path toward buddhi state, when the mind becomes still and you are able to rest in your true nature. The Card also portraying rebirth, enlightenment and that's why the card of Child follows the Visitor. It's origin can be traced back to Sanskrit, (i.e. Pha-nikSa Raja-yAna, Aplu, Yah-Sus). Today it is known as Apollo, Jesus, Messenger, Phoenix and Spirit and it is referring to Higher Consciousness. The Phoenix is representing manifestation, rebirth, a metaphysical vehicle (Chariot) toward enlightenment. The Visitor is a portrayal of finding the right path toward a higher state of consciousness.
The Card of Chariot representing Consciousness of the House of Influence. From its inmost centre flow forth the Arcanum and veiled ideas, which “abide in its shadow”; thus, there is cohesion, union with the inmost substance of Cause of Causes. In short this card is conveying the same message as the card of Visitor. The Chariot card - even though it is showing Egyptian theme - is relating to Apollo. Despite these portrayals, Apollo was never described by the Greek poets driving the chariot of the sun, but it was common practice among Latin poets. Therefore, Helios is still known as the "sun god" - the one who drives the sun chariot across the sky each day.