The Gypsy Oracle Cards have 52 cards, size .66x96 mm with beautiful images and description. The Gypsy Oracle fortune telling card have images which you do not find among other Gypsy Cards. The old standbys -- the House, Judge, Sweetheart, Fox, Death, Merriment, Letter, and Desire -- are still here, but they have been joined by added images such as Waiting, Reunion, Servant, Despair, so forth. The images of the Gypsy Oracle fortune telling card are simple images and names given to the cards to help you to transfer their meanings into the every day life. The images on this 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. Some of the images of the Oracle card is challenging to read, yet it is more similar in its meaning to other Gypsy card than at first one would believe it to be. For example the Despair card stands for a deep spiritual crisis, in other Gypsy card this would be the card of Jealousy. Because the situation seem to be beyond hope, and cannot see solution in his last and final exasperation suicide is in his thoughts. On the table there is a picture, which could be from a lover. The flowers on the table, placed around the picture also strengthening the idea that this pain might be related to a lost love... Read more >>
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derived from the Sanskrit word tARA, meaning Earth, and from the
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GYPSY ORACLE CARD BY LO SCARABEO 52 CARDS
GYPSY ORACLE CARD BY LO SCARABEO 52 CARDS

The Gypsy Oracle Cards are not comprised of a major and minor arcana. 52 cards with beautiful images and description.66x96 mm. The images of the Gypsy Oracle fortune telling card portray the scenes of everyday life. The cards were made in Italy by Lo Scarabeo. Card size: 66x96 mm 52 cards,with explanatory text. The old standbys -- the House, Judge, Sweetheart, Fox, Death, Merriment, Letter, and Desire -- are still here, but they have been joined by added images such as Waiting, Despair, Reunion, Servant, Consolation, so forth.
GYPSY ORACLE TAROT BY LO SCARABEO CARD 52 CARDS
There are many type of Gypsy Cards and, whether Hungarian, Austrian or Italian are a system all on their own. Well, this is what the  common belief system is among Tarot Readers. That is why Gypsy cards are not called Tarot Cards. What is the difference? Tarot cards like Rider Waite are numbered and usually consist of 78 cards. Whilst Gypsy cards are not numbered and don't have major and minor arcanas. What is Arcana? Arcana translating as 'secrets or mysteries', hidden, concealed secrets. The word is originated from Latin arcanus, from arcere ‘to shut up’, from arca ‘chest’. However, this word goes much further back than Latin, it's origin derived from Sanskrit language 'arcana' translating to  worship, honor and it is also relating to the primordial Sun.
The Tarot consist of the two groups of cards in a tarot pack: the twenty-two trumps (the major arcana ) and the fifty-six suit card. Trump again can be traced back to Sanskrit language, 'trmp' means dialogue with the universe. Major arcana are pictures that represent life, stages and experiences we all go through. It's meant to be the story of one's journey through life. Minor arcana cards describes the people, events, feelings and circumstances we encounter on our personal Journey. It represents events that are within the control of the individual and indicate how you do something.
So far this covers the basic difference between Gypsy Card and Tarot Cards. However, Gypsy Cards although it is mostly unknown also contain major and minor arcanas and it has to be in sequence as it would be numbered. For example the number 1 card is the card of Sweetheart, followed by the card of Lover. They are considered as major arcana's as it is explaining stages of creation. Whilst minor arcana is anger, jealousy, desire, hope, etc. These are events within your control.
Therefore the two cards are not so different after all. Personally I prefer the Gypsy Cards, because there are less images to memorize. I find it very convenient to have less cards to spread, yet each card holds meanings that makes up the 78 card reading, if you learn in depth what each card convey. But first, you have to learn the basics, so we offer books, which will help you to start reading Gypsy Cards.
Constancy on the Gypsy Oracle Card is portraying Hora, from Sanksrit hour, the personifications of time and natural order; According to Hesiod, the Horae  
were the children of Zeus, from Sanskrit Sus and Zus (sound of God) and Themis from Sanskrit Tattva, meaning balance, justice and truth. Zeus and Themis  
daughters are Eunomia, (Sanskrit enA i.e. Time) Dike, (dik i.e. direction, order) and Eirene-i.e., araNI, mother, Sun and araNa, refuge, indicating the extension  
of their functions from nature to the events of human life.
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