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.
The Ancient Way Reading Gypsy Card 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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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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