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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.
How Sanskrit Language Relating to Tarot Cards? The creators of
Sanskrit language were ancient people who also left us writing,
hieroglyphics as well, since Sanksrit used picture writing.
Hieroglyphics was the base of Greek alphabet and later on the


Most images of the Gypsy Cards such as the card of  “Fortune”, derived from the Greek mythology of Tyche from Greek: taiki meaning "luck"; Roman equivalent: Fortuna was the presiding tutelary deity that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city, its destiny. What is less well known is that the name Tykhe (tarki in Greek) derived from the Sanskrit word 'tark' and 'tarkayati' meaning to think, to deliberate, ponder, try to discover one's mind, thus relating this card to Themis (Justice, balance) and Themis' advise to “Know Thyself” and “Nothing in Excess”. Hence, fortune is relating to the card of Thought, to the Sanskrit word Cintamani and Cintayati, to reflect, to think, which is referring to a fabulous gem, which suppose to yield its possessor all its wishes, enlightenment.

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The card of Child called Zizu in Sanskrit, meaning student. The other word described the Child is Akseti (known as Ascetic, i.e. abide) combined with stoka, (Stoic) meaning spark. The reason for Ascetic to follow Hestia (the card of House) and the Phoenix (The card of Visitor) is to represent the achievement of balance within yourself (your house representing you), the Phoenix (visitor) is the creation of trinity, constituting harmony between mind, body and spirit. Upon trinity you have reached the Matrix (mother, womb from Sanskrit Matra) and become a child, a Zizu, meaning scholar, a student who is eager to master the sacred knowledge, the harmony which will connect you in the future to Akasha.

The Trinity created upon enlightenment between the different spaces, body, mind, spirit, and the Matrix protection will guide you though the difficulties and obstacles (vagara), to overcome for one day to become a vaida, a wise man. the Matrix also known as Rhea, meaning ascending, rising, sprout, germinating, sprouting, growth, blossom. Hence, when the Inquirer ask a question about insecurity, you are able to refer to the card of Child, pointing out the connection to the Matrix, (mother) protection, to help to overome difficulties and obstacles the Inquirer is faced with in this present moment.

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.
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