Falseness – Gipsy cards

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Below are a few suggested meanings for the Falseness card. You can probably think of other meanings as well. Study the cards next to it to gain a better understanding of which meaning is the most appropriate.

  • insincerity
  • wrong
  • white lies
  • false
  • superstition
  • loss of respect
  • deception
  • smiles filled with venom
  • sugar-coated words
  • it’s what wasn’t said
  • tarnished truth
  • not at a good time
  • self-deception
  • defensive
  • low self-esteem
  • compulsive liar
  • error
  • something hidden
  • trickery

The Zigeuner Wahrsagekarten Falseness card depicts a cat hissing at a coiled snake. In the background the houses have open windows. There is a pail in the lower right corner. You can see part of ladder as well.

AS A ONE CARD DAILY DRAW

When you select this card as your daily card, there is warning that a situation will come up that is not totally truthful. You may have to tell a white lie to get out of a situation. A person you come into contact with is not telling you the truth. Any news you receive will have an element of falseness as the card’s name suggests.

AS A SITUATION CARD

The question you are asking either involves a person that you do not totally trust or a suspicious situation. There is more to the story that’s for sure.

AS THE NOW or CURRENT CARD

Stop and think about the people involved in your question. Do the neighbouring cards suggest romance, work, money, travel or some other event which is going on? The Falseness card suggests you should be cautious and to have your eyes wide open about a person or situation.

AS THE OUTCOME or RESULT CARD 

It is best not to get you hopes up too high because you will find a deception is at play. You lover is not telling you the truth. The answer is wrong or most likely a NO. There are undercurrents in your work environment. Are you fooling yourself for some reason?

Travel plans should be double-checked. Someone is watching you. You are basing some decision on incomplete data. Be careful you might be getting tricked.

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