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How to Read Gypsy Tarot
With Sanskrit interpretation, even if it is exactly the same cards and the same spread, the answers for the questions will have a very different outcome. It will help the inquirer to achieve a balanced lifestyle, hence the solution to any type of obstacles such as job, money, love will come naturally to the inquirer. The recommended reading with Sanskrit is a one card reading, as each card holds the answer for the inquirer question, defining the right path toward liberation.
Gypsy Card read in 4 different positions, according how far it is to the inquirer card, to a negative card or to a positive card. Each position will change the meaning of the card, from first being positive to the last position which is negative. However, negative cards can have the opposite directions and they become positive meaning in last position. This type of reading doesn't only apply to Lenormand card. All Gypsy cards supposed to be read in this way.

All Tarot books we are offering are translated from Sanksrit, which is the original tarot interpretation. The aim of Tarot was/is a guide, to find the right path to live a happy and balanced lifestyle whilst you are on your journey with many obstacles to overcome. A new way to understand tarot, exploring the origin of the tarot cards transcribed from Sanskrit Language. Sanskrit is the only way to understand the Tarot origin, purpose and meaning.

Before starting to read any type of fortune telling cards, you should be aware a few facts about Tarot. Firstly, tarot wasn't created to tell fortune. It was a teaching tool to find the right path. The name Tarot derived from Sanskrit Tara, translates 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, which is referring to Akasha, i.e. that we already possess this knowledge and all we have to do is to remind ourselves of this wisdom. 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, how to create a stable, balanced lifestyle, you can chose the card of Letter in Biedermeier Tarot, and explain the inquirer the meaning. The Letter card representing our search for the truth, true destination to find solid ground, to gain control over impulses, the ego and with the help of the invisible mentor you are able to achieve balance, finding your true destination in your life journey.

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.


Most of us faced with so many different cards and interpretation of tarot that attempting to understand the cards become a hazy puzzle. Here we are only talking about Gypsy cards, not Rider Waite type of cards. Although both cards evolved from the same source, they took a different direction. The Rider Waite was given different interpretation then it use to represent. The Gypsy cards remained more faithful to the original tarot card, however it become limited to only 36 cards. Some, such as Art Deco and Gypsy Oracle Tarot offers 52-54 cards, which gives a more thorough explanation the tarot intended for. Reading these different type of cards will not change the meaning however. For example the card of Sweetheart or Queen of Hearts might be portrayed differently with each tarot, however, it will only change the portrayal of the image itself, not the meaning. The meaning will always remain the same with every tarot. The Sweetheart is representing the creation of matter, she is Eva, Earth. That is why the Sweetheart always defined as a woman of gentle nature, fruitfulness, feelings, emotions, protection, so forth. Therefore, no matter which tarot you have, Gypsy, Art Deco, Biedermeier, Oracle, or other type of card, it will mean the same. The difference you will find between the different type of cards, for example the Zigeuner card's 36 images will not have the card of Merchant, Conversation, Servant, Foreign Woman, so forth. The same cards that the Zigeuner and Art deco card have are the card of Sweetheart, Widow, Widower, Thought, etc. And in both tarot they will have identical interpretation.

What about cards such as the Le Normand? They have different images altogether, therefore, they must mean different thing. With Lenormand you will also find the card of Sweetheart as a Lady and the card of Lover as a Gentleman.  Whilst the card of Message in Gypsy card represented with Hermes in Lenorand it changed into the Cavalier, who is in the service of the king. Hermes and the Cavalier is one of the same. Hermes was the messenger between the gods and the mortals, the Cavalier also a messenger of the Gods (the King) and the mortals (those who oppressed).. They both hiding their true purpose, to spy on the general population, to assure the power of the gods.

Therefore, both the Lenorand type of card or the Gypsy card can be used to answer questions about matters of the heart, job, security, which defines the inquirer's state of mind, seeing the future as uncertain, something that is out of his or her hands. With the Sanskrit interpretation of the Gypsy card you will be able to guide the inquirer toward a predictable future, where the inquirer can be certain about the destination of life's voyage, realizing that the future is in his or her hands, if the inquirer learns how to live in the here and now.

All the tarot books made for you, transcribed from Sanskrit language. With Sanskrit interpretation you will be able to see clearly the origin of each tarot image and their ancient meaning. You could ask how these ancient definitions can apply today, within modern society it surely cannot work. The meaning of the images derived from Sanskrit and each card interpretation is such a thorough study of the mind that it would take a whole book just to explain one card. Even today's psychologist are still behind understanding the complexity of the psyche in comparison to the speaker and inventors of the Sanskrit language, the Phoenicians. These ancient people extensively decoded the mind, because the language itself allows a much deeper understanding, a view of the world, which opens the door to other dimensions. There is no language exist today which would be able to do the same. Therefore, instead of languages evolving they have devolved from Sanskrit, which is the main cause to the limititation to our understanding.
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