THE MEANING OF IBIS
The Ibis is portrayed in Tarot as the Stork. Traditionally the Stork is associated with the arrival of newborn babies. It goes back to ancient times, to the Sanskrit language. The Stork is called Ka; (Soul), better known from Egyptian mythology Ba, soul or personality, the unique individual character of each human being. Ancient Egyptian mythology portrayed the soul with a stork having a human head. The Egyptians believed that the Soul left the body during sleep but unerringly migrated home each night. However, the ancient origin tale portrays the Soul entering the fetus at 49 days to reincarnate, hence the stork association of babies. When the Soul enters the embryo, it is called Ruh, meaning growth, relating to Earth, thus the Queen of Hearts on the second level referring to spiritual growth. This connection is not vague, invented, or fantasised. True spirituality is the direct connection between the terrestrial person and the guide's spiritual man. This integration, represented with Fire and Water, and the Universe uniting the two, transforms into the Crown, bringing balance, harmony and refuge from time, from rebirth.
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