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..
Before you start to read any Gypsy card or Tarot, you should know its origin. Here we give you a brief introduction, what tarot means, where it is come from, and what its purpose: Gypsy Card and Tarot reveals that it is older then previously thought. How old is the Tarot? It is older then any civilization, it is older then the Pyramids. Egypt didn't exist, neither any country when Tarot appeared, only settlements. It was used as a teaching tool by the Phoenicians, instructions on how to continue in your life's journey, how to achieve balance...
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Most images of the Gypsy Cards such as the card of “Fortune”, derived from the Greek mythology of Tyche from Greek: taiki meaning "luck"; What is less well known or rather it is hidden is that the name Tyche (tarki in Greek) derived from the Sanskrit word 'tark' and 'tarkayati' meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, try to discover one's mind, thus relating this card to Themis from Sanskrit Tattva (Justice, balance) and Themis' advise to “Know Thyself” and “Nothing in Excess”.
The Snake and the Two of Sword (Apocalypse) connection.
The Snake usually representing falseness, here however it is more then that, it is treason, the most painful card you can receive. Throughout history it is those we trust and love the most who does the betrayal. When a family member passes away in suspicious circumstances, to reveal who done it, the first task is to look at those who are the closest to the victim. There are three basic motives for Treason: The first is greed, the second is lust, and the third is ego. The greatest motivation of these three is the ego, as it holds all the other meanings at the same time, greed and lust, which enables the person to boost his/her ego. A good relationship requires high level of integrity in order to thrive. Once betrayed, the trust is gone, and it takes a lot of work by both parties if they want their friendship or marriage to survive. The Queen of Clubs on top of the snake or the Queen of Pentacles in Tarot shows lust, especially meant here in the sense of “intense eagerness or enthusiasm; pleasure, relish," also found in Sanskrit root las-, “to be eager, wanton, unruly.” also supporting this betrayal, as she is associated with passion, fiery desire, she is surrounded by dark energy, driven by her ego. She is a representation of Destruction. Whilst the Sweetheart representing matter, the Queen of Clubs, who is the Foreign Woman in Gypsy Card is her opposite, she is anti-matter, that is, she is a destroyer of Earth and humanity. She was variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, dogs, light, the moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of poisonous plants and sorcery. She is known by many names, among them she is "Queen of heaven" as mentioned in Jeremiah has been connected with the productive power of nature, due to her seductive attributes, a "deadly woman", Femme Fatale in French, who is mysterious, seductive whose charms ensnare her lovers in bonds of irresistible desire, often leading them into compromising, dangerous, and deadly situations... Read more >>