Reading Tarot or Gypsy card can be very complex, once you know the basics, you can start on a more advanced reading, which enables you to see the cards all at once and their connection. But you have to start somewhere. Right?
GYPSY CARD WILL OPEN A NEW DOOR FOR YOU, ATTAINING A DEEPER INSIGHT OF YOURSELF, OTHERS, THE WORLD AT LARGE, ALLOWING YOU TO CONNECT TO THE UNIVERSE AND ALL LIVING THING.
Gypsy Card and Tarot able to transport you not only into the future but you will find yourself visiting a very ancient civilization in your tarot journey.
How you may ask? By understanding Gypsy Card and tarot, revealing a very ancient people, the creators of tarot with highly advanced knowledge, writing system, mathematics, philosophy, and the list can go on...
All this knowledge can be found within the Gypsy card and tarot. Once you learn the meanings with the books available, you get an answer from each card. It is like the ancients managed to conquer space and time by the means of Gypsy cards and they're talking to you through the cards like they would be still here.
Today there are so many cards to chose from, and so many ways reading them, that no one can be sure which one is right, which one to chose. There are cards with images only, whilst Lenormand and Le Jeu du Destin Antique contain playing cards. What happens when a playing card present within the picture? In some cases, it will slightly change the meaning of the card, whilst other cards will be transformed completely.
For example the Lenormand card of House showing the King of Hearts. So, how does this affect the image of the House? The Ten of Hearts or Cups in Tarot representing insight, artistry, creative energy, which indeed compliments the card of House, because the House is representing you, therefore, it is describing a type of character within the house, within you
Constancy is usually represented with the Sun with an eye in the middle. The Eye of the Sun depicts the Eye of Providence, a portrayal of Time, threefold time in the form of past, present and future, left in Greek mythology as Hora, (from Sanskrit hour) in Egypt Hora was known as Horus and again from the Sanskrit word Hour. That is what the image shows, she is Hora, she is time, she is the eye in the middle of the Sun.