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The Gypsy Card, also known as Zigeuner wahrsage-karten is the most
popular card among tarot readers. The card made in Australia by
Piatnik. I'm not exactly sure what the Hungarian connection of this
card, since it is made in Austria. However, Hungary use to be part of
Austria...
ZIGEUNER CARD BY PIATNIK 1901 - 1904.
ZIGEUNER CARD BY PIATNIK 1901 - 1904.

The Hungarian Gypsy cards contained in Piatnik series No. 1901 and 1904, 36 cards land themselves well to use by the inexperienced cartomancer. Their meaning of the Gypsy Tarot is relatively easily deciphered, although it is important to avoid falling into the trap of adhering too closely and literally to the meanings suggested by the pictures and captions. The cards are explicit enough in their connotations to make a detailed commentary unnecessary.
ZIGEUNER TAROT BY PIATNIK 1901 - 1904.
The Hungarian Gypsy cards contained in Piatnik series No. 1901 and 1904, 36 cards land themselves well to use by the inexperienced cartomancer. Their meaning of the Gypsy Tarot is relatively easily deciphered, although it is important to avoid falling into the trap of adhering too closely and literally to the meanings suggested by the pictures and captions. The cards are explicit enough in their connotations to make a detailed commentary unnecessary.

The Gypsy Cards, also known as gypsy fortune telling cards, or Hungarian Gypsy Card originated in the early 20th century in Austria. After the Gypsy Card by Joseph Vincent, Lenormand-cards and Tipper cards Gypsy cards are the best selling Oracle Cards ever. This Piatnik edition combine the traditional divinatory interpretation with the psychologichal symbol interpretation. A reputable introduction with clear advice about love, happiness and success.
This Zigeuner Card is beautifully illustrated 36 cards contained in Piatnik series No. 1901 and 1904. The card is made in Austria and very similar to the Gypsy  Gypsy Card, with a few minor differences. For instance the Gypsy tarot is a bit larger then the Zigeuner Card. The images however almost identical, although the Gypsy card's image is a bit more detailed, but more cartoonist. 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.

Most images of the Gypsy Tarot remained the same from ancient times, because they are universal symbols, handed down from mythological sources. They become timeless symbols and therefore these images will always remain the same.

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.
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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