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 DESIRE.
The Desire card means window, inspiration, creative influence, stimulus, "the poet's muse". The muse can be traced back to Athena (from Sanskrit Atna, Sun), who has been called the mind god, the goddess of prudent intelligence, her share of wisdom having been given to her by Zeus. She is able to bestow command, skill, courage and justice. Athena brought out the olive-tree from a rock and introduced its cultivation, and also the making of clothing, carpentry and other arts, being the protectress of all crafts. That is why she also a goddess promoting prosperity for all those who cherish the fruits of the earth, cherish justice and know how to live life without sorrow. Athena who is the inspiration of your dreams, for people who feel they have to accomplish something in life, such as artists, sculptors, architects, writers or any one who has a dream to better themselves. Not only through their own efforts but also by the influence of heavenly bodies who will make their dream come true and who will guide them in their creative pass.
However, Desire has double meaning, It can represent wish, but this wish can turn into obsession, which is associated with the trap of the Sirens, uncontrollable desires. Once you are captured, addicted, you become dependent, or compulsively obsessed with any activity, substance, object, or behaviour that gives you pleasure. There is a parallel between physical addiction to various chemicals, such as alcohol and heroin, and psychological dependence involved in such activities as compulsive gambling, sex, love, work, eating disorders or even running and falling in love can become addictive. Read more >>
THE DESIRE CARD.
THE STAR CARD.
Reading Agni, The Fire of the Sun Cards.The Desire card stands for your muse, (mUSA) in Sanskrit, means window, inspiration, creative influence, stimulus, "the poet's muse". The muse can be traced back to Athena (from Sanskrit Atna, Sun), who has been called the mind god, the goddess of prudent intelligence, her share of wisdom having been given to her by Zeus. She is able to bestow command, skill, courage and justice.
On the other hand, desire can become a type of "container" which relentlessly driven by a force called the libido, the collective energy of life's instincts and will to survive, and desire must be satisfied! Once you are captured, you might become obsessed with any activity, substance, object, or behaviour that gives you pleasure.
The card advise is to reopen your heart to spirituality and the loving light it will bring. Let go of any feelings of self-doubt and unfounded fears. The Stars as the card of Desire in Gypsy card stands for your muse, allowing light and air into your house, permitting sight, a new way of seeing. The Star portraying hope, faith, revelation, insight, unexpected help, clarity of vision, realisation of possibilities, spiritual insight.
If badly configured, dreaminess, deceived hope, judgment errors, disappointment, etc.