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Tarot Card Tattoos

A tattoo based on Tarot cards provides an intriguing alternative to Kanji symbols or zodiac tattoo designs. Tarot cards first made an appearance in Europe about 500 years ago and are thought to be the forerunners of modern playing cards. Their true origins however, are older... and more mysterious, dating back to Ancient Egypt or perhaps the mystic Kaballah.

Because the 78 cards of the Tarot deck are saturated with symbolism and represent archetypes familiar to virtually every culture, they make excellent source material for tattoos and are well worth looking into.

For an excellent guide to ALL the cards of the tarot with illustrations and detailed explanations, check out tarot card meanings. Here some sample illustrations...



Death Two of Cups
Tarot card for Death

Tarot card for Two of Cups

Queen of Pentacles Hermit
Tarot card for Queen of Pentacles Tarot card for the Hermit
 
 

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