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This website only provides information about Gypsy Cards, the
origin of spells, anything to do with Sanskrit language, is translated,
which opens an ancient history previously unknown to most of us.
Did you know? Every spell can be traced back to Ancient Greece, to
the Veda in a distorted form. How ancient Greece got hold on to this
book? This is a question which will remain a riddle.
Ancient Riddles, the Secrets of Agni, the Fire of the Sun.

The answer is yes and no. Yes because the Mantras chanted today by the Buddhists are the Sanskrit mantras of the Romany Gypsy people. However, it is chanted in Pali to my best knowledge, which will have no effect. Neither if they would chant it in Sanskrit because you have to know the exact vocalisation which is lost when the Romany people were enslaved. If you read the previous page then you are aware that Sans-krit is the native language of the Phoenicians, known today as Romany, Gypsy people, and the language is still in use today, it is not Indian, not a dead language, neither used for religious purposes only.
Ancient Riddles, the Secrets of Agni, the Fire of the Sun.
Mantras, which is vocalizing certain sentences in Sanskrit can affect your psyche, and they are specific about how you pronounce it. The sacred symbols, whose resonance is the archetypal levels of the human psyche can cause spiritual change and expand consciousness beyond the confines of mundane reality. When the Phoenicians were wiped out, the original pronunciation of Sanskrit is lost. Today you know the Phoenicians as the Romany people, they were enslaved over twenty-five thousand years ago. Without the right vocalization Mantras don't work, however it does help balancing the mind. Mantras can never be used and it was never used as spells. Spells originated from the Gorgons, in ancient Greece, in a hope they will have control over the universe, a reminder of Ikarus who tried to fly too high and the Sun melted the vex, causing his death.

The first thing you should be aware of, is that the original speakers of Sanskrit language were the Phoenicians. The Sanskrit language is not made for religious  
purposes only, it is a spoken language even today. The Phoenicians true identity and their language kept hidden and instead the media using misleading  
propaganda of their origin, their language, customs, their appearance which is brown and not blond and white, hence they become a free topic for all kind of  
speculations. The truth is that the Phoenicians were not only the founders of the Sanskrit language, but they laid down the foundation of philosophy, science  
and religion. When we talk about religion however, do not picture temples and churches. A Church or a Temple is your body, it should not be outside of you.  
When you join any religious organisation, you become part of a hierarchical system which always based on corruption, inequality, hence it is against the base  
principles of impartiality, which was the core foundation of the Phoenician's religious belief system. The Sanskrit writing as the Sanskrit language claimed to be  
Indian. That is not so. The Indians today speak a language which is less evolved, the same way as other European languages then Sanskrit. Why would any nation  
change a highly sofisticated language to a lesser one? Because Indian the same way as European languages evolved or rather devolved from Sanskrit. It is not  
their native language.

What is the Most Popular Spell?

The most popular in google search is "love spells", the second is "money" the third is "protection" and the fourth is "healing".

When you want to cast love spell it means possessiveness rules your life, because you are forcing your own will on someone else. This type of possessiveness is suffering, a never ending thirst of lust. Selfishness is a vehicle to jealousy and hate, it can bring out all these emotions. When you want to possess the other person, it is inevitable that jealousy will set in at some point and it might end up in hate, envy, anger or annoyance at what is perceived as an unfair treatment, thus retribution follows. Jealousy is represented by Nemesis, derived form Sanskrit nAgAri, i.e. serpent-foe and amitra adversary, opponent, a female serpent, a Gorgon. She was the goddess of indignation and retribution. Nemesis' name means she who distributes or deals out, known as bhedana in Sanskrit, meaning to destroy, dividing, but not in equal portions. Her Greek name is Nemo, meaning dispenser of dues. Nemo, again derived from another Sanskrit word nema meaning to deceit and nam, to bend, to take possession of others. Therefore, LOVE SPELL is also referring to oppression to prevent equality. It defines jealousy as a disturbing emotion that focuses on other peoples’ accomplishments, and the inability to bear others achievements, due to excessive attachment to gain, the respect or love received.
True love does not require a vehicle of spell for its fulfillment or expression. True love does not leave a wound when it is lost, because true love can never be lost. Once created, “it” exists forever within the unity of the Divine sphere.

The other spell which people seeking is good fortune, money, since ancient times. Genesis 24:35 "The LORD has greatly blessed my master, so that he has become rich; and He has given him flocks and herds, and silver and gold, and servants and maids, and camels and donkeys. The LORD the Bible talks about is AEON, from sanskrit YON (worshippers of Abraxas the serpent of lust and greed) who gives physical prosperity, whilst the True Force blesses with enlightenment. The cornucopia or adaptations of it have been embossed in coins, used to bless kings and royalty, were found on seals and some buildings and even were used as religious musical instruments, hinting the worshipping of wealth. It is called YAV in Sanskrit, translates as worshipping of matter. This worship of useless items incorporated into religion.

Good fortune and prosperity is represented by the Sanksrit word Tark (thyche in Greek) and Tarkayati. meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, try to discover one's mind, thus thyche is relating to Tattva (themis in Greek), justice and balance, and Themis' advise “Know Thyself” and “Nothing in Excess”. Tark also relating to thought, to the Sanskrit word Cintamani and Cintayati, to reflect. Hence Tark (Thought) is known as a fabulous gem, which will bring bhagya, luck, destiny, fate, fortune, happiness, enlightenment and not spell for good luck.

Tark, that is thought (Thyche) is showing the right path, and that the key to success is to dwell into the origin of the soul, to know yourself, opening the door to freedom from limitation, which keeps you in captivity and doesn't give you freedom of choices.

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