The Ancient way reading Gypsy cards transcribed from Sanskrit language, the language originated from the Phoenicians (the Romani people). With Sanskrit interpretation you will be able to see clearly the origin of each tarot image and their ancient meaning. You could ask how these ancient definitions can apply today, within modern society it surely cannot work. The meaning of the images derived from highly advanced knowledge and the interpretation is such a thorough study of the human psyche and mind that it would take a whole book just to explain one card. Even today's psychologist are still behind understanding the complexity of the psyche in comparison to the speaker and inventors of the Sanskrit language, the Phoenicians.
The Ancient Way Reading Gypsy Cards.
Phoenician Way Reading Gypsy Card and Tarot. reveals that Tarot 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. It was used as a teaching tool, how to continue in your life's journey....
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Not much left from the history of the Phoenicians, it is a well hidden secret. Phoenician symbolism is manifesting deep knowledge of life, psychology, the creation of the universe, writing, mathematics, geometry, just to list a few... They also left ancient secrets contained within each Gypsy Card image and Tarot. With this book, "Agni, The Fire Of The Sun, you will be able to discover the ancient hidden secrets of the Phoenician people
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The Maiden Card is called HasanImaNi, hasantikA, tanumat. Corresponding to the letter Sh L, sound, which is representing the sound of fire, but it also suggest balance. The maiden is known as Hestia (Greek) and Vesta (Roman), both taken from Sanskrit, and they both a portrayal of the Primordial Sun, fire place, convaying 'embedded within the Sun', our birth place.
Whilst in Tarot The Universe or The World in Rider replaced the Maiden, serving as a portrayal of administrative consciousness, synthesis, conclusion, indication of one’s pledge, agreement, or commitment. It is indicative of growing maturity, a sense of inner balance and deeper understanding. It suggests that you may be approaching a more final sense of identity, and the security in the self that comes with age. The Sanskrit word HasanImaNi translating to fire, hearth-jewel, whilst the word hasantikA, means small fireplace. HasantikA or Hestia (in Greek mythology) the fire Goddess representing the cosmic realities and that the microcosm of human life derives its profound significance from the fact that it reflects and ritually enacts the Universal Whole. HasantikA was embedded into Greek mythology as Hestia, the Goddess of Fire, from which the torch for the Olympics is lighted. Hestia grew in grace and beauty and followed the path of her nature, purity. The Sun in the Cosmos (refers to the Primordial Sun, Agni which is mirrored by the heart within the microcosm of the body and the hearth within the microcosm of your spirit (See card House), opens the door to living Life in a higher state of consciousness. It moves the entire existence out of the confinement of walls, ceilings, doors of beliefs, into a wide-open space.. Read more >>
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