Originally Gypsy Card, Tarot and Playing card wasn't named Sword, Wand, Cups, or Pentacles. They were represented with elements. The Major Arcanas (Arcana is a Sanskrit word, and it means to honour, praise, worship, i.e. to become one with). Each elements have positive and negative meanings, that is why the upside and reverse positions of the cards. Each cards are explained in four position, depends how close to a positive or negative card and how close or far to the significator card. What is the significator card? It is the question card. If you would like to know where your life is taking you, you can chose the card of Journey. When you have question about your business, you can chose the card of Money. If you have question about yourself, you can pick the card of House, but you can also represent yourself with the Sweetheart or the Lover when you have general question about yourself.
Reading Gypsy Cards..
Starting Gypsy Card helping you with short description on how the card is effected by its position in the spread, how to read Gypsy cards in four position... For example First position being when the card is far from the inquirer's card and it is positive, the second Second position is medium, when the positive card is far from the inquirer but a negative card is next to it, and so on..
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The images on this Gypsy Oracle deck are more realistic than in other oracle decks. The art on the card portraying the late medieval European history (generally comprising the 14th and 15th centuries), the influx of classical ideas, the invention of printing which facilitated dissemination of the printed word and democratized learning.
The Sighs card is associated with a negative mood, a sign of disappointment, defeat, frustration, and longing. So what is a sigh? it's an expression of resignation and frustration. A deep yearning, but here the meaning is yearning for something which cannot be reached.
The card emphasising that in the face of a world filled with endless strife, we ought to minimise our natural desires for the sake of achieving a more tranquil frame of mind.
The Four of Cups card indicates a period of confusion regrets, missed opportunities. The focus is on sadness and disappointments, instead of seeing the good around you. It is the card of stagnation, apathy, nostalgia, day-dreaming, yearning, sighs. The card represents a time of being consumed by your own emotions and with life’s twists and turns.. Read more >>
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