In Term of Universal Reality:



The card of Maiden representing the Primordial Sun, our origin, home, cosmic realities of the microcosm of human life enacting the Universal Whole. The Sanskrit word HasanImaNi translating to fire, hearth-jewel, whilst the word hasantikA, means small fireplace. HasantikA, the fire Goddess representing the cosmic realities and that the microcosm of human life derives its profound significance from the fact that it reflects and ritually enacts the Universal Whole.

HasantikA was embedded into Greek mythology as Hestia, the Goddess of Fire, from which the torch for the Olympics is lighted. Hestia grew in grace and beauty and followed the path of her nature, purity. The Sun in the Cosmos (refers to the Primordial Sun, Agni which is mirrored by the heart within the microcosm of the body and the hearth within the microcosm of your spirit  (See card House and Room), which is allowing you to opens the door to living Life in a higher state of consciousness. It moves the entire existence out of the confinement of walls, ceilings, doors of beliefs, into a wide-open space. Surrounded by endless vastness,the universe, which determined as the base and outset of one's Being.

Universal Reality, Transferred into Human Life:



The Daughter of the Lords of Truth; The Ruler of Balance. Pure being is an absolute, which always remains, regardless of time or situation. When we awaken, we constantly recognise and consciously aware of our origin, Faithful Consciousness. Through it, spiritual powers are increased, the first manifestation of our true identity, as consciousness is the manifestation of the universe through you, more precisely it is streaming from all of creation. When consciousness becomes conscious of itself, it is a reflection of the higher self, your eyes looking into the eyes of the Creator.

There is a simple and deep recognition of the absolute as your self and in everything else. However, consciousness is often not aware of itself. Usually, it is the distraction of the mind which doesn't allow to become "self-aware." When the mind becomes still, consciousness can simply gaze upon itself, and unification can be realised, called yoga, i.e. to become one with the universe.

The card of Young Woman is indicative of growing maturity, a sense of inner balance and deeper understanding. It suggests that you may be approaching a more final sense of identity, and the security in the self that comes with age.

The Maid derived from Hestia the Fire Goddess representing the cosmic realities and that the microcosm of human life derives its profound significance from the fact that it reflects and ritually enacts the Universal Whole.

Hestia, from Sanskrit HasantikA, refers to the Primordial Sun, also known as Agni (The Fire of the Sun) which is mirrored by the heart within the microcosm of the body and the hearth within the microcosm of your spirit, which opens the door to living Life in a higher state of consciousness. It moves the entire existence out of the confinement of walls, ceilings, doors of beliefs, into a wide-open space. Surrounded by endless vastness, the universe, which determined as the base and outset of one's Being.

Pure being is an absolute, which always remains, regardless of time or situation. When we awaken, we constantly recognise and consciously aware of Pure Being. Through it, spiritual powers are increased, the first manifestation of our true identity, as consciousness is the manifestation of the universe through you, more precisely it is streaming from all of creation, deep recognition of the absolute as your self and in everything else.

Meaning



The card symbolises pure heart, pure thinking and innocence, restraint from lust, the unification of spirit, mind and body, Trinity. A final decision in respect to the past, and new current with respect to the future; the opening of new doors concurrent with the closing of old ones. Transforming fire, renewal. This card always represents the taking of a definite and decisive step. An additional meaning is equilibrium, the act of adjustment, balance by opposites, internal compensation or adjustment within the whole, pending decision, the same as the card of Child.

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There are many theories what the term Tarot defines, yet none of them traces it back to the most obvious source, Sanskrit language. Tarot derived from Sanskrit Taras; i.e. voyage, referring to life as a voyage, a guide, how to continue on your journey in life. The other word is Tara, which is translating to asterism, passage, knowledge, communication between man and the universe,  the sacred text and science of the ancient Phoenicians known today as the Romani people or Gypsies.

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