Reading Destin Antique Cards.
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 Destin Antique Cards read according to the Ancient Romani (Phoenician) or as today called Bohemian tradition, the ancient secret, which you might find surprising at least and shocking at most. What language the Romani, the Phoenician speak? The Phoenician or Romani DNA considered to be one of the most ancient haplogroups and as their DNA suggest they use the most ancient language, Sanskrit.
The Young Man Card Meaning with Sanskrit.
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The Jack of Heart is the Young Man in Gypsy card, from the Sanskrit word AlaMbin, or alumbia in Greek, translates as maintaining, supporting, hanging from, (hence the name Hanged Man in Tarot), taking hold of, hook, enforce, support, that is, the young man meaning is "suspended mind”. The card name is "Man" (from Sanskrit hu-man, the awakened) meaning, “pure thought,” closely related to human consciousness. The card representing sacrifice, wisdom, surrender, renunciation. A reversal of circumstances.
The Jack of Hearts in Tarot is the Hanged Man and Knight of Cups, representing strengths in intellectual capacity and self-determined will power. Being caught slightly off-guard by the new directions and ideas of others is natural to your unique perspective. The hanged man figure is most often suspended from a wooden beam (as in a cross), representing sacrifice.
The AlaMbin (Olimpic) games were designed to learn confidence, self-control, responsibility, whilst at the same time learning team work, and how to bond with each other. This is surely why the Olympic Games has created a ‘Scale of Perfection’, which goes from total delusion to total omniscience. The scale has been named from two Sanskrit words; guNa-stAna GuNa means virtue, talent, action, good quality and stAna or sthAna translates as qualities, place, position. The word guNa also related to number three, the representation of the three fires, the three wisdom, the ability to tune into the vibration of the universe often referred to as the Voice of the Universe, or as a messenger, Yah-Zus, (renamed as Jesus) Agni, the fire of the Sun. The scale allows the Young Man to learn (to remember), to recognise ones own knowledge, (universal consciousness) to take him to manhood and then to progress through the stages by eliminating the different forms of ignorance. The games are the ancient concept of ekecheiria, from Sanskrit eka - one, solitary - and cAra - progression, bond, do, go, course, - i.e. Olympic Truce, a representation of one's journey in life, here transition into adulthood, showing the path to liberation...