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The interpretation of each cards are the ancient way of reading the tarot. The word Taro derived from the Sanskrit word Tara, meaning road, passing over or beyond, passage, crossroad, ferry. It is also called Tarita, a form of Durga, also known as carca, meaning inquiry, discussion, recollection, as we already possess this knowledge and all we have to do is to remind ourselves of this wisdom. The translation from Sanskrit suggesting that the original Tara, Tarita cards were not designed for fortune telling, but served as a guide to the right path, how to deal with our emotions, how to overcome desires, which entail jealousy, anger, hope, sadness, deceit, greed, pride, etc. The cards also give you a glimpse into the ancient Gypsy belief system of creation and into the ancient past of the Roma people. The principles of the cards are serving as a philosophy of life, helping you to find happiness, the meaning and purpose of life. These principles will enable you to understand your place within this universe, helping you to find the order and the priorities which should be of concern, to devise a proper way to live our life, to achieve balance. The lack of clear guidelines, the constant bombardments to create urges and desires become a norm, which is largely responsible for the steady decline of ethical standards, both individually and socially in the world, resulting in the decay of humanity and eventually to the collapse of society. The cards also provide a glance into society when values are abandoned in favour of an exclusive stress on materialism, to satisfy greed and pride. Consulting the cards you are able to draw up an individual plan how to overcome obstacles, difficulties in life. This was the original purpose of the Tara Cards, to reflect and to discuss moral issues, so we can find the right passage.
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English | Cards 52 in pdf e-book | Tarot Book pages 124 | A4 PDF | 13.2 MB
Pub Date: july 2013.
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Greek Origin of Death Card
Death in Greek mythology was personified with Thanatos, he was a minor figure, often referred to, but rarely appearing in person. He is also occasionally specified as being exclusive to peaceful death.
Thanatos Derived from the Sanskrit Word Tanut-yaj.
The mythology of Thanatos derived from the Sanskrit word tanute. i.e. prepare, protection, display, shine, sacrifice, manifest. Another word related to Thanatos is tanutyaj i.e. dying, giving up one's body. From two Sanskrit words tanute and yaj, i.e. sacrificing, worshipping, hallow, offer, honour, grant. With the Sanskrit words we can understand a much broader range of interpretation of the card, and obviously it is not representing death in physical sense, but it refers to Yana, re-birth, reform and resumption. The definition of yana conveying knowledge, birth, moving and change. Thus, it stand for an upcoming big turnaround in your life's journey, a chance for change. Ending of an old affair and the start of something new. It also reveals a type of change when you are able to learn to give up the self, to protect and help others. Therefore, Thanatos or rather Tanute-yaj is a preparation to honour and worship, a representation of giving one's self up in favour of another, hence it means 'self-less'. You will learn by some kind of event that the self is contained within the whole, as we are all connected by one light, by Agni, taking us back to our origin to the universal light, YahZus, the universal vibration which created all life.
The only way to understand this atma, self, is with the death of the asmad or 'I', as all life-form originated from one atma, one self, thus self-less. We are here as travellers to learn and to understand the meaning of selfless, before we can join from the many selves into the one self, the absolute extinction or annihilation of individual existence of all desires and passions to enter into the universal consciousness, to liberation. Once we master this non-self we are able to arrive at nirvana (final liberation) at the highest bliss, the cessation of passion. Life and Death is a learning process, by which you will learn how to become part of the whole, which is the ultimate happiness.