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The Major Arcana - 22 Tarot Card Rings

The Major Arcana - 22 Tarot Card Rings

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Symbolise your Archetype, with these gorgeously detailed Sterling Gold Plated, Tarot Card Rings. Each ring has one of the Major Arcanas, "The means of which all is revealed" engraved upon the face.Ā Also known as the Trumps, the Major Arcanaā€™s cards depict a wealth of symbols and carry deep, prototypical meanings.

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Each of the 22 cards represents a specific archetypal individual with distinct personality traits. Read the full descriptions to find out more about their strengths, weaknesses, and motivations.

The FoolĀ -Ā A powerful card in the tarot deck, in many ways indicating purity and childlike innocence. This card portends that challenging decisions lie ahead ā€” decisions which usually involve an element of risk.

The MagicianĀ -Ā Personifies all things at their beginning, the starting point of all events and undertakings, the impulse of creation. In him are all the possibilities and potential of things at their beginning.

The High PriestessĀ - Personifies secret knowledge and immobility. She urges you to trust your gutĀ  ā€” the world is full of lies and manipulation, making the ability to see through deceit a most valuable skill to nurture.

The EmpressĀ - Represents feminine power, fertility, abundance, nurture, and the love of home and family. Itā€™s considered to be a particularly positive card in that it signifies exceptional well-being and limitless good fortune.

The EmperorĀ - Signifies patriarchy, material power and protection.Ā While generally considered to be a neutral card, when it appears in a reading this is typically a good omen.

Hierophant - Sometimes referred to as ā€œthe Popeā€ or ā€œthe High Priest,ā€ theĀ HierophantĀ represents authority, convention, and a commitment to following a strict orthodox lifestyle.

The LoversĀ - ThisĀ card has dual meanings. As its name implies,Ā itā€™s a sign of a strong relationship, but it can also indicate that you are at a major crossroads in life and that you should avoid making hasty decisions.

The ChariotĀ - Represents victory, conquest, and control. It does not guarantee success, but does promise that your hard work and perseverance will pay off.

StrengthĀ - Represents courage, confidence, and passion. The eight Major Arcana assures the triumph of intelligence over brute strength, and morality over evil.

The HermitĀ - Embodies the quest for knowledge and enlightenment through self-reflection. The ninth Major Arcana speaks to the power of solitude during this personal journey.

The Wheel Of Fortune - The ultimate symbol of luck and chance, theĀ Wheel of FortuneĀ card signifies change, both good and bad. Itā€™s a reminder that sometimes we are at the mercy of fate, and all we can do is wait for our luck to change.

Justice - Good people will be rewarded for their hard work and sacrifices, while unkind ones will be punished.Ā JusticeĀ represents balance, fairness, and the inescapable consequences of our actions.

The Hand MagenĀ - Indicates that you are at a crossroads and need to let go of the past in order to arrive at your new reality. Getting there is something you strongly desire, yet it will likely involve a certain amount of sacrifice.

Death - While it tends to be the tarot card most people fear,Ā DeathĀ doesnā€™t have to imply physical death. Rather, it more often portends spiritual transformation or new beginnings.

Temperance - In the Foolā€™s journey through the Major Arcana,Ā TemperanceĀ represents the lesson that real change takes time, and as such oneā€™s ability to exercise patience and self-control are infinite virtues.

The Devil - While not necessarily a negative card, theĀ DevilĀ nevertheless represents temptation and indulgence in sensual pleasures, regardless of how dangerous said pleasures may turn out to be.

The Tower - Is generally considered to be a dark, threatening card and can often be a fore-bearerĀ of unforeseen and deeply traumatic events.Ā Attempting to preserve the status quo is futile.

The Star - Represents creativity, hope, and optimism. It urges you to reinvest yourself in your art, and also serves as a reminder to keep the faith, both in yourself and others.

The MoonĀ - Indicates a strong sense of understanding of both the present and future, but it also leaves those who draw it vulnerable to unexpected changes of course.

The SunĀ - Represents hope, energy and unbridled optimism. As such, the nineteenth Major Arcana is often associated with the accomplishment of important tasks.

JudgementĀ - Represents trial, consequences and rebirth. It typically appears just before a major life transition, and emphasizes the importance of self reflection.

The World - Represents perfection, success, and accomplishment. The twenty first Major Arcana marks the end of an important project or period in your life.


Color:Ā Sterling Metal/Gold PlatedĀ 
Thickness: 1mm
Weight: 4g
Height/Length: 20mm x 12.6mm Ā 

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