Today in an era of video games and face books, psychological tests and plastic surgeries, nooks and kindles, we want to grasp information in the speed of light - as quickly as possible and as valuable as you can imaging. There are thousand of books about love, romance, relationships, marriages, work ethics, business communications stacked on top of each other on the bookshelves, in supermarkets, at home, at work, rescued, forgotten, exciting, boring, educational, meaningless, – everything we want to know about any topic that gets our interest. And we still crave to know why he isn’t in love me, why she isn’t interested, what is going on inside one’s head and behind one’s sunglasses, why do we marry wrong people and seam to never find our Mr. or Mrs. Right? Did humankind really change since times of Plato, Copernicus, Cesar and Cleopatra? Except we move faster, we drive cars, we fly jets, we use cell phones and internet to communicate, date and have fun. And we want our questions to be answered not some day when we are too tired from our hectic lives, but now, today when the sun is bright and nights are amusing! But is it possible to know what’s in someone’s heart?

We all have our own secrets, small and big, dangerous and harmless. Secrets catapult soup-operas, conspiracy theories, rumors, big organizations and heart attacks. Ancients had their secrets too. They collected them, kept them in private and under the shade of Egyptian pyramids, castles and temples. Secrets no one could learn except initiates. From generation to generation, the knowledge was transmitted inside simple objects like we hide money in secret hollow books, video recorders and spy cameras inside watches, jewelry in the can safe “Canada Dry Ginger Ale”. While the coke can barely survive 20,000 years, the knowledge hidden in a simple deck of playing cards is a stunning idea of some genius. Cards survived centuries of human history, used for gambling and prophecies, for fun and for entertainment. The Kings, Queens and Jacks have never changed their faces or clothes. The suit symbols are arranged in the exact order as it was long, long ago, even before Egypt was not yet the most advanced civilization of an Ancient world. Any modern pharmacy has a deck of cards for $5.99 a piece. Isn’t it amazing to hold something that OLD in your hands? And yet, we never knew the secret behind this “little book” that fits in the palm of you hand. But there is always a time for secrets to be revealed - time when we are ready to understand and appreciate the gift. But that’s enough of history.

What is really interesting for us is how we can use the science of ancients in our daily life. Of course, there is amazing amount of information to think about, but the most unique pieces come from the combinations of cards and cover the area of human interactions. Believe it or not, but relationship reports (as we call them today) can tell you just about every detail of what we feel, think and await from the person on the other end. It uncovers secrets we are so thoroughly hide and seek. People can successfully lie to each other, but cards have no motive. Someone can say – what’s the point? Why should I trust some mystical symbols?

If you are in love with someone, can the “relationship report” stop the way you feel about them? Can it improve your relations? Can it help us to make a better choice? We live. We struggle. We fight. We have good times and bad times. We can have successful marriage or never commit to anyone. Life is an adventure. Should we wait on someone who is unavailable? Should we waste years to see our relationships turn into nightmare? There are so many people in this world. You always have a chance to find someone special, beneficial, ready to commit, who will love you just a way you are. All you need is to click and see for yourself.

Today in an era of video games and face books, psychological tests and plastic surgeries, nooks and kindles, we want to grasp information in the speed of light - as quickly as possible and as valuable as you can imaging. There are thousand of books about love, romance, relationships, marriages, work ethics, business communications stacked on top of each other on the bookshelves, in supermarkets, at home, at work, rescued, forgotten, exciting, boring, educational, meaningless, – everything we want to know about any topic that gets our interest. Read More...
In mythology, Mercury (Hermes in Greek mythology) is a messenger, the god of trade and the guide to the Underworld. He is also the patron of boundaries and of the travelers who cross them, of shepherds and cowherds, of the cunning of thieves, of orators and wit, of literature and poets, of athletics and sports, of weights and measures, of invention, and of commerce in general. Mercury is a ruling planet for Gemini and Virgo. Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and takes only 88 days to orbit the Sun, spending about 7.33 days in each sign of the zodiac. Read More...
Oldest of all systems describing human beings, the Destiny cards system is based on mathematical sequences of natural order of the earth. 52 cards in the deck represent 52 weeks of the year. 4 suits represent 4 seasons. Each card has its own number starting from 1 to 52 following an order of our seasonal development – from spring to winter, from young age to old. It does contain insights of the two parts of a human being – body and spirit - which could make any study extremely powerful on its own. Read More...