Tarot Gipsy Spell

A real psychic reading! Say the words of the magic formula and take a look behind the Veil of Future

NOTE: After each click, the cards are shuffled again. In the Gipsy Spell Spread, the same card may exist several times.
Enjoy your Gipsy Card Reading!

START HERE

Say in your mind:

"This is me in my life"

Click on Card 1

This card depicts your current situation. The card may also show a current emotion or depict a particular period.

Random Ram

Second Step

Say in your mind:

"This is what I want to give another"

Click on card 2

This card shows, how you are perceived by others or how you want to appear to others. What is your own experience of what others think of you?

Random Stier

Third Step

Say in your mind:

"This leaves me trembling with fear"

Click on card 3

This card shows what you do not want because it produces fear, anxiety or resistance. This card may also depict something you unwittingly prevent to feel or experience.

Random Tweeling

Fourth Step

Say in your mind:

"This I want to pursue"

Click on Card 4

This card symbolizes the underlying purpose or what you are aiming for.

Random Kreeft

Fifth Step

Say in your mind:

"This I will experience"

Click on card 5

This card shows what happens to you and/or how you are doing in the period ahead.

Random Leeuw

Sixth Step

Say in your mind:

"The future will give me this"

Click on Card 6

This card shows what happens next in the near future.

Random Maagd

Last Step

Say in your mind:

"This means a lot in my life"

Click on card 7

This card shows what is of great importance to you. It may say something about values and standards but also about reaching your goal.

Random Weegschaal

Tarot Gipsy Spell: Learn to be your own Mind Reader!

Gipsies always kept their traditions alive. An important part of their daily life was occupied by their faith and intuitive talent for foretelling and psychic reading. To this day, Gipsies hold on to old rituals, like Tarot Card Reading, Lenormand Card Reading, Psychic Readings, Magic Crystal Ball Gazing and so on. Usually, psychic rituals are accompanied by prayer, fire, herbal rituals and magic spells. In order to perform the Tarot Gipsy Spell Spread, you don’t need to have a specific question in mind. With every card comes a special spell that originally has to be said out loud before you draw one of the cards. There is, however, an opening for flexibility in the way each card is treated. So, if you wish, you can let go of the original spells and replace the spells by the following:

Card 1. Describes your current situation.
Card 2. Describes how you show yourself to the World.
Card 3. Describes what you keep hidden from the world (and maybe from yourself too!)
Card 4. Describes your goal or what you really want to achieve.
Card 5. Describes your future tendency or trend and the final result.
Card 6. Describes what you can expect after that.
Card 7. Describes the most important message, built on your personal reading as a whole.

Did you know...


Gypsies: Traveling people since time immemorial

The origin of the gypsies has remained enigmatic for a long time, but is in the geographical sense located on the Indian subcontinent. However, a number of questions remain as to the reasons for the departure of the Roma from India. The first migrations to the West, seem to have occurred as early as the 4th century. The Roma, a seemingly inviolable group of people, consisting of craftsmen, merchants, blacksmiths and musicians, were expatriated after successive invasions, until they reached Iran around the 5th century.

The West

Since their first migrations to the West, the gypsies -who came from ancient India long before the year 1000 - have continued to contribute to our cultural life in many ways. They are the scapegoats of our established world and objects of the most primary social rejection. The gypsies are common in literary and cinematic romance and remain faithful to their quest to this day. A journey, outside the scope of countless technological and social upheavals. Thanks to their versatility, sense of improvisation while playing with traditions and fashion, the gypsies have always adapted their style to those they encountered during their wanderings. But every time they left and took their new cultural achievements with them, they were again "the strangers" among their new hosts.

The Roma

Between 1800 and 1000 B.C., northern India was attacked by various groups, such as Persians, Celts, Ligurians and Arians (Germans). It's possible, that the Roma were Dravidians (South India) who had appropriated certain characteristics of the Aryan civilization. A civilization where the horse and the forge dominated. The grammar and vocabulary of Roma gypsies are close to Sanskrit and more modern languages such as Kasherimi, Hindi, Guzrati, Marathi and Nepalees. There's a lot to be deduced from linguistics as a discipline that is quite able to specify the origin of the gypsies.

Iran

A legend, first mentioned by the Arab historian Isfahan Hamza in the middle of the 10th century and subsequently quoted by the Persian historian and philosopher Al Firdusi in his book Kings (Shahname) in 1010, describes the arrival in Persia of twelve thousand Lurs, who had been recruited as musicians at the request of King Bahrâm Djoûr. Iran remains a hub for the history of the Roma. From this country, they fall into two branches: one travels to the Middle East and the other to Western Egypt. The first pages of the endless book of the Nomads are opening.

The Paradox

In fact, the gypsies lived in a constant paradox. Sometimes they were exclusive custodians and mirrors of a country's culture. At the same time, they refused to integrate effectively. They date from a time where the musical profession was synonymous with shame. It is the proclamation of a so-called "marginal people" who, together with the Jewish people, were relegated to outcasts. It is a small miracle that this ancient people has retained its pride, the joy of life, musicality and sense of the paranormal. On the paranormal level, gypsies, and especially gypsy women, have a reputation of predictors or soothsayers. Traditionally, gipsy women have been given the opportunity to use their extrasensory gift to pull their weight by offering psychic readings. Although the gypsy women predicted the future mainly with playing cards ( also called Cartomancy), also the Tarot, the crystal ball and the coffee grounds served as a means of translating paranormal information into human language.

Gypsies and their music

Are the gypsies musical plagiarists, musical inventors, purists or style brewers? As long ago as 1933, Béla Bartok took part in a nonsensical and excessively rational polemic: "The term 'gypsy music' is scientifically incorrect. What is called 'gypsy music' is Hungarian scientific music, played by gypsies. Not so long ago, the famous pan flute musician George Zamfir denounced how, according to him, "the gypsies have perverted Romanian folk music". Strangely enough, it was Zamfir himself, who was only too happy to make use of the gypsies' musical input. As was the case in many countries, most of the gypsies in Hungary too, were given the cold shoulder. To this day, we still do not see the enriching cultural and creative values this population represents worldwide. What Maurice Ohana says about flamenco can be applied in a general way to gypsy music too: "Conquering, destroying, questioning and elevating the raging elements".

Art and Freedom

In 1785 the Hungarian Brotherhood of Freemasons encouraged the people not to have any connection with the violin that was played at weddings and other occasions. Or, as the head of a large university stated in 1803: "The violin makes completely uninteresting music, which means that our students cannot risk the scandal and depravity". In a general sense, This social context was much more inflexible than it is today. But it does make clear, why the gypsies were extra motivated to occupy undeveloped areas of life. A nomadic people remind us of our longing for freedom and the joy of life. It confronts us with negative judgments such as envy, rejection and hatred. For many, the characteristics that can be found in the lives of these nomadic people are apparently very threatening.

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