The 22 Tarot cards that make up the Major Arcana have symbolic meanings that center around the the material world, the mind and the possibility of change. They are suitless, unlike the Minor Arcana cards, which fall into four suits.
The Fool typically indicates an upcoming journey or adventure and is associated with a naive innocence.
The Magician is seen as a call to prepare for an upcoming opportunity by gathering all available resources, both tangible and intangible.
The High Priestess represents enlightenment and illumination. The Empress suggests abundance and fertility. The Emperor symbolizes law and authority.
The Hierophant indicates ritual ceremony or the need for order. The Lovers are about balance and represent choice between two aspects of personality. The Chariot represents success and victory.
Strength emphasizes the potential of inner spirit to triumph over material desire. The Hermit anticipates a meeting with a potential guide or advisor. The Wheel of Fortune confirms that fate is a product of decision rather than chance.
Justice symbolizes fairness and balance. The Hanged Man indicates untapped wisdom or power. Death suggests impending change or transition.
Temperance encourages the transfer of imagination to action. The Devil represents a static depressive state. The Tower foretells change through upheaval. The Star suggests a need for meditation.
The Moon is a symbol of intuition that may also indicate deception. The Sun predicts positive things on the horizon. Judgement indicates fulfillment. The World represents completion and freedom.