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Major Arcana in Egyptian Tarot
1 . The Magus
This card relates to number 1. It represents beginnings, unity, will, manifestation and the Divine Spirit of each person.
2. The Priestess
This card represents duality or the dual manifestation of unity. It also represents The Cosmic Mother, the feminine principle of the universe, and love.
3. The Empress
4. The Emperor
5. The Hierarch
The Hierarch from the Egyptian tarot represents the law, analysis, and potential karma.
Indecision represents the soul, temptation, the lover, and the appearances.
Triumph represents struggle, battle, difficulty, and victory over those struggles.
8 . Justice
Justice symbolizes judgment, patience, karma and pain.
9. The Hermit
The Hermit represents suffering, ordeals, Initiation, solitude and sex.
The Retribution is also known as The Wheel of Fortune. It represents the Wheel of Samsara, the law of action and consequence. It also depicts recurrences, money, material goods and the physical body.
Persuasion is the number 11 arcanum. It represents the law in favor, the mother, mercy and merits.
12. The Apostolate
The Apostolate is the arcanum number 12. It represents sacrifice, devotion to a cause and the decline of vital and material forces.
Immortality represents death, both physical and mystical. It also represents a radical change.
Temperance is the 14th arcanum. It represents marriage, friendship, relationships, association, willpower, discipline and virtue. It tells us to refrain from temptation.
Passion is the 15th arcanum. It is also known as The Devil. It symbolizes emotional or psychological imbalance, love failure, desires, and lust.
16. The Fragility
Fragility is the arcanum number 17. It is also known as The Fulminated Tower and is the Tower of Babel. It represents fear, failure and the fall.
Hope is the arcanum number 17. It represents the radiant star and eternal youth. This arcanum also represents patience, waiting and serenity.
Twilight is the number 18 arcanum in Egyptian Tarot. It represents both light and darkness. Also, symbolizes hidden enemies, disease and antagonism.
Inspiration is the arcanum 19. It represents love, alliance, and success. It guarantees total victory. Whether by one’s own efforts or with the support of others. This victory can come from different life aspects: economic, social, political, and moral.
20. Resurrection in Egyptian Tarot
The resurrection of the dead is arcanum number 20. It represents a change by overcoming weaknesses by internal changes.
Transmutation is the Egyptian tarot acranum number 21. It also represents the “fool” from the Tarot, the “lunatic” who wanders without direction. This card tells us to avoid making decisions in a negative state of mind.
Return is the final arcanum. It represents enlightenment, the end of a cycle, the crown of life, and return to the light.
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