The Classic Tarot have been an iconic tool of divination for longer than anyone can remember. Immortalized, classic, and deep, the artwork, vibrant colors, and layered meanings of the tarot cards have become ingrained within the craft, paganism, and divination in general.
We at Loki's Reverie have taken the powerful and magickal imagery of the classic tarot trumps and revitalized the colors and defining lines to turn these magickal tools of the trade into wearable art. We have boldened the lines a, deepened the coloring while still retaining the original water-color texturing, and kept true to the original art that has become so popular in the Rider tarot.
Always a conversation piece, each trump in the Major Arcana had its own pair of meanings depending upon its orientation. Each and every person has a particular card that personifies themself. Available right side up or inverted, the classic tarot major trumps are presented to you here at Loki's Reverie in bright, vibrant, bold colors, with high resolution imagery and redefined borders. All of this is done without dimininshing the intent or soul of the artwork.
Death Tarot From the Classic Tarot
Death is symbolic of the ending of a major phase or aspect of your life that may bring about the beginning of something far more valuable and important. You must close one door in order to open another. You need to put the past behind you and part ways, rea..
Judgement Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Judgement card calls for a period of reflection and self-evaluation. Through meditation or quiet reflection, you may come to a point of deep understanding about the common themes throughout your life and what you can do or change to avoid these situation..
Justice Tarot From the Classic Tarot
Put simply, the Justice card represents justice, fairness, truth and the law. As an outcome, the Justice card indicates that the fairest decision will be made. You are being called to account for your actions and be judged accordingly. Notice that Justice..
Strength Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Strength Tarot card represents strength, determination, and power in a manner similar to the Chariot. However, the differences between the two Tarot cards are obvious. Where the Chariot represents outer strength and will, the Strength card represents inne..
TemperanceTarot From the Classic Tarot
Temperance indicates that you are learning to bring about balance, patience and moderation in your life. You have been able to take the middle road, avoiding extremes and maintaining a great sense of calm in your life. You have learned to keep calm in situat..
The Chariot Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Chariot represents conquest, victory and overcoming opposition through your confidence and control. Any success will be a result of applying these factors to the situation. You will need to use the strength of your willpower to overcome any obstacles o..
The Devil Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The card of the Devil represents the hidden forces of negativity that constrain you and that trick you into thinking you are imprisoned by external forces ultimately out of your control. The Devil is an inner force within each of us. He represents our f..
The Emperor Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Emperor is the father figure of the Tarot deck. He is the ‘provider’ and protects and defends his loved ones. He has established a solid family line and is often seen as the patriarch of a wide network of family members. He offers guidance, advice..
The Empress Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Empress is the archetypal Earth Mother, the Anima, the Feminine Principle, Demeter, Freyja and the Goddess of Fertility. Ruled by Venus, the planet of love, creativity, fertility, art, harmony, luxury, beauty and grace. The Empress shows a deep co..
The Fool Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Fool is numbered 0, the number of unlimited potential, 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 a..
The Hanged Man Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Hanged Man shows a man suspended, upside-down, from the living World Tree, rooted in the underworld and supporting the heavens. Given the serene expression on his face, it is believed he is hanging on the tree of his own will. His right foot is boun..
The Hermit Tarot From the Classic Tarot
The Hermit stands alone on the top of a mountain with a lantern in his hand. Mountains typically symbolise achievement, growth, and accomplishment. The Hermit has attained his spiritual pinnacle and is ready to share his knowledge with others. He is al..