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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
Roman.
ANCIENT WAY READING GYPSY CARDS

ANCIENT WAY READING GYPSY CARDS.



This Gypsy Tarot is beautifully illustrated 36 cards by KVIZ, no# 2489. The Gypsy card is made in Hungary. The card is almost identical to the Hungarian, also known as Zigeuner Card, with a few minor differences. For instance the Gypsy tarot is a bit larger then the Hungarian Gypsy Card. The images however almost identical, but the Gypsy card's image is a bit more detailed. When using this deck it is essential that you should concentrate less on the significance of the individual cards then on their relative positions the overall meaning suggested by their arrangement on the table.
ANCIENT WAY READING GYPSY CARDS
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On most Gypsy cards Constancy is portrayed with the sun, representing our origin, the continuation of life, referring to constancy. The image here however, seem to portray a woman standing strong over and above the rubles left from an ancient city, reminding us that all the objects we cherish today has no meaning tomorrow. She is Hora taken 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. What the daughters name means? Time is referring to order, refuge is representing non-attachment to objects, illusions, which we can achieve by expending the human mind, to awaken through knowledge. Thus these three things are the secrets to living in harmony, living without sorrow, the secret of constancy.
For this reason you can also use only one card for the inquirer question and answer. For example if the inquirer is faced with a question, such as, what is my future holds for me, you can chose the card of Constancy, and explain the meaning of future, it is time. The card of Constancy is a reminder how to live in the here and now, not in the past or in the future. What your future holds is determined by the present, your present state of mind and the uncertainty about the your present state of mind which is creating dilemma in this moment, which in a minute will become the past and in a few minutes it will define your future. Hence you can be certain about your future by learning the meaning of here and now.
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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