The Magician Major Arcana Tarot

The Magician Major Arcana Tarot

This is the first card of the Major Arcana symbolizes the divine impulse in the alignment, directs the human soul.

Having examined the map, we see in the right hand of the young character a rod pointed on 2 sides. The drawing symbolizes that the skill of the Magician himself embraces objects and influences the material world of people, however, the magical art and knowledge itself rises to the Highest source.

The wearable white shirt is a symbol of the initiate, the purity of all his intentions. Toga of deep red color is a symbol of passion and the desire to achieve great aspirations.

The wand (staff) of the Magician lies on the table, indicating volitional decisions and human deeds.

The cup on the table means love.

The sword is a symbol of accomplishments and thoughts.

The pentacle next to the goblet and the staff is a symbol of material needs and the physical body.

Lilies and scarlet roses blossomed at the feet of the young Magician, a symbol of the joy of the results of humanity’s striving for perfection. Above the Mage’s head is a symbol of infinity on Earth and you can’t argue with that.

The presence of this card indicates that you need to use your own magical powers and try to find answers to the questions posed by life on your own. The magical transformation created by the fortuneteller himself will bring about better changes. It is necessary to act in harmony with the Universe, natural forces and elements. Look around and see magic everywhere in the natural world, the Magician’s card calls to see it.

The keywords of the Mage card are a combination of such qualities as self-confidence, aspiration, skill. Help the magic of the 4 elements and your own strength.

Associated with such Gods – Mercury, Thoth, Hermes.

Astrologically symbolizes Mercury.

In an inverted position, it indicates magical manipulation, the great uncertainty of the fortuneteller himself and bad relationships with people around him.

Strengthening and Weakening of the card in the layout

The presence in the layout of the Court cards, the eight of pentacles, the two and eight of wands, or as they are also called staves, enhances the value.

Judgment is an immense human subconsciousness illuminated by the Divine Spiritual Power.

The Two of Wands symbolizes devotion to life’s ideals and good intentions, while the Eight of Wands brings balance back to life.

The Eight of Pentacles is the discovery of new life opportunities and self-knowledge.

Weaken the value of the Magician of the Hanged Man, the Four and Eight of Swords and the High Priestess.