This Gypsy Card for printing have 60 cards and within each card a hidden symbolism waiting to be revealed. There are many theories where Gypsy Card and Tarot originated from. Some say from Italy, others tracing it back to Germany, whilst some connecting it to Egypt. Why Gypsy card called Gypsy card if its origin traces back to different nations? In our quest to discover this secret, we come across the Phoenicians. These people are not often talked about, their history, legends, language, writing, their place of origin, the way they looked is only speculations. Or is it? Perhaps it is known by a few, but they are not ready to reveal this secrets, and why is it a secret in the first place? We know writing and the alphabet originated from the Phoenicians, it is carved on the Rosetta stone, left from the time of Ptolemaic Egypt, that is Greek-Macedonian rule over the Egyptians.
The Rosetta stone left in ancient Egypt have 3 type of writing. The first is Egyptian hieroglyphics, the second is Phoenician and the third is Greek. In all three languages they say the same thing, therefore it made the translation a bit easier. There is no single English translation of the Rosetta Stone because there are minor variations among the original three texts and because scholars’ understanding of the ancient languages continues to advance. One Translation of the Rosetta Stone from Edwyn Bevan The following abridged translation of the Rosetta Stone comes from The House of Ptolemy (Macedonian-Greek) (1927) by Edwyn R. Bevan (pp. 263-268): Before the Ptolemy dinasty the Ionians ruled Egypt.
"In the reign of the young one—who has received the royalty from his father—lord of crowns, glorious, who has established Egypt, and is pious towards the gods, superior to his foes, who has restored the civilized life of men, lord of the Thirty Years' Feasts, even as Hephaistos the Great; a king, like the Sun, the great king of the upper and lower regions; offspring of the Gods Philopatores, one whom Hephaistos has approved, to whom the Sun has given the victory, the living image of Zeus, son of the Sun, Ptolemy living-for ever beloved of Ptah; in the ninth year, when Altus, son of Altus, was priest of Alexander ...;"
General Meaning of Fidelity Card.
Representation of - Loving kindness.
Origin - Sanskrit - Abhrama. Anugraha, Agraha.
Known as - Aglia in Greek mythology.
Symbol for - Anugraha loving kindness, obligation, assistance. It is also called Agraha, meaning affection, determination, favour, steadiness as in the word of abhrama, from which the word Abraham was born, referring to Abh i.e. to join. and Rama, beloved, meaning Fidelity.
Loyalty is a representation of our energy which is consistently vibrating according to our thoughts and feelings. When you have the right thought, this vibration will connect you with the universe (also called the sound of God), as you are an assumption, manifestation, reflection of the universe. The love felt by you, a concept expressed with positive vibration back to the universe which is the real meaning of the card of loyalty, fidelity. It also denotes self-surrender, and channelling of emotional energies that is induced by the maturation of devotion, which is in a form of vibration, thought, awareness, conscience, memory, knowledge. The card is portraying Aglaia, one of the three fires toward liberation, from the Sanskrit word anugraha loving kindness, obligation, assistance. The other Sanskrit word for Fidelity is Agraha, meaning affection, determination, favour, steadiness as in the word of abhrama, from which the word Abraham was born. Abh means fearless, to join and the word rama translates as rejoicing, beloved, hence connecting this card to the card of Merriment and Unexpected Joy.