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⭐️Tarot Cards Necklaces 18k Gold Plated⭐️


Tarot Card Necklaces Gold Plated:


The Fool,The Magician I, The High Priestess, II,The Empress, III, The Emperor,IV, The Chariot, VII, The Strength, VIII, The Wheel of Fortune, X, each design is unique and beautifully detailed.


🙆‍♂️The Fool Power Amulet:


The Fool is numbered 0, the number of unlimited potentials, and does not actually have a specific place in the sequence of the Tarot cards. The Fool can come either at the beginning of the Major Arcana or at the end. 


The Major Arcana is often considered as the Fool’s journey through life and as such, he is ever-present and therefore needs no number. The Fool is shown at the beginning of his journey with unlimited potential. 


He is about to step off a cliff into the material world but is he prepared? 
He has all the tools and resources he needs in the bag on his staff but he has not opened the bag yet. The white rose in his left hand represents purity and innocence. 

He has a guardian in the little white dog who will protect him throughout his journey but who will also push him to learn the lessons the Fool came here to learn.


🧙The Magician Power Amulet:


The Magician is associated with the planet, Mercury and carries with it skill, logic, and intellect.
The number of the Magician is one, the number of beginnings. 

The Magician is the bridge between the world of the spirit and the world of humanity. His right-hand holds a staff raised toward the sky and his left-hand points to the earth. 


He takes the power of the Universe and channels it through his own body and directs it to the physical plane. Above the Magician’s head is the symbol of eternity and around his waist is a snake biting its own tail, another symbol of eternity.


His magical table holds all four suits of the Tarot, each of which represents one of the four primordial elements of the alchemists – earth, air, fire, and water.
These symbolize the appropriate use of mind, heart, body, and soul in the process of manifestation. 


The High Priestess, II Power Amulet:


Guide of the higher unconscious, the magical High Priestess stands between pillars, marking the entrance of her sacred temple amongst stars. These pillars symbolize duality between the masculine and the feminine. 


The High Priestess wears a horned diadem, a symbol of her divine knowledge and of her status as ruler. 

She encourages wisdom, intuition, and a connection to a Higher Power which guards the unconscious. She is a kind, merciful teacher, here to connect you with your intuition and Higher Self to lead you on the journey of your life.


The Empress, III Power Amulet:


The Empress stands for love, maturity, growth, and responsibility. 
It is a very maternal card and a symbol of strength in every situation. 

The discussion of this card can lead to balance in all areas of life and should remind sufferers that they have the inner power to build a loving and controlled balance for their own life.


The Emperor, IV Power Amulet:


First of all, amulets are spoken for each person personally. 
The name contains many tips for magicians and sorcerers used in the ceremony, but the person to whom the tulbul is intended will know all the benefits. 

If a talisman is worn or taken by an unidentified person, a person will know that he has failed in everything. Helps the owner of personal magic to clear karma and attract good energy. 


With the constant wear of a talisman, the owner of such a talisman sees how his life has changed: the career will rise;
income growth (salary increase, lottery winnings, inheritance); business people make good deals, and so on.

The Chariot, VII Power Amulet:


The Chariot is associated with the astrological sign of Cancer. 
He sits within a canopy of six-pointed stars, representing the celestial influences at work in this Tarot card. The crescent moons on the man’s shoulders are outward facing to refer to the formative world. 

The symbols on his tunic are alchemical symbols, representing the spiritual transformation of man. The square signifies earth, a sign of the strength of will. 
The laurel and star crown indicate the highest attainment of man in spiritual evolution.

The wings on the Chariot represent inspiration and the Hindu sign of the union of positive and negative. The black and white sphinxes have the same meaning. The Charioteer holds no reins, just the wand from the Magician card.


He controls through the strength of will in the same way the Magician does. 
The city is behind him, indicating he has turned his back on civilization and materialism in order to seek spiritual matters.

The Strength, VIII Power Amulet:


A mature woman, the female principal, cradles the head of a lion in her hands. Crowning her head and adorning her white garment are the flowers and leaves of nature. 


Above her head is the symbol of continual creation, the infinity sign. The lion is the power of the king, of sexual fertility and drive and animal strength.

She controls the lion through love, thereby nurturing all of nature, shown by the forest and mountains of the eternal garden which surrounds them. This is the card of easy mastery over the problems of material life through the power of love.


The Wheel Of Fortune, X Power Amulet:


The Wheel of Fortune is highly symbolic. The angel in the top left corner is Aquarius, the eagle is Scorpio, the lion is Leo and the bull is Taurus. These are the four fixed signs of the Zodiac but all have wings signifying stability amidst movement and change. 


The book they each have in their hands is the Torah, representing wisdom. On the wheel, itself are the Hebrew letters IHVH (Yod Heh Vau Heh), the unpronounceable name of God.  

The Sphinx on the top of the wheel represents life’s riddles. The middle wheel contains the alchemical symbols for mercury, sulfur, water, and salt – the building blocks of life and the four elements – and represents formative power.



  • Metal type : Copper, 18k Gold Plated
  • Gender : Unisex
  • Necklace Type : Chains, necklaces
  • Chain type : Link chain
  • Item Type : Necklaces
  • Material : Metal
  • Shape \ pattern : Key

Tarot Card Necklaces Gold Plated

$80.00 Regular Price
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