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Tarot Major Arcana and Crystal Associations

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The Tarot Major Arcana and crystals/stones that are associated with each of the 22 cards

The Fool
Journey, trust in the Universe, the child-within, new beginnings
Blue lace agate

The Magician
Consciousness, Conscious mind, directing the will
Clear Quartz, Opal

The High Priestess
Intuition, subconscious, dreams, the bridge between our conscious and Higher selves
Pearl, azurite, chalcedony

The Empress 
Fertility, nurturance, unconditional love, looking at the world as web of relationships
Rose quartz, chrysoprase, morganite, turquoise

The Emperor
 Structure, order, rules, protector and provider
Amethyst

The Hierophant
Librarian, keeper of knowledge, matters of faith, religion, belief and morality
Lapis Lazuli, sugilite, diamond

The Lovers
 Relationship, love
Pink tourmaline, emerald

The Chariot
Motion, balancing opposing forces to work together
Carnelian

Strength
Courage, enthusiasm with the whole life process
Garnet, ruby

The Hermit
Integrity, finding one’s own way, self-knowledge
Sodalite, sapphire, blue tourmaline

The Wheel of Fortune
Cycles, pattern, luck
Tigers eye

Justice
Evaluation, balance, Karmic law
Flourite

The Hanged Man
Altered consciousness
Aquamarine

Death
Transformation, sweeping away of the past black
Tourmaline

Temperance
Balance, the union and harmonization of opposites
Ametrine

The Devil
Shadow self, instinctual urge
Obsidian

The Tower
Cataclysmic force, explosion of false self
Boji stones

The Star
Renewal, healing, hope
Meteorites, celestite

The Sun
Healing, happiness
Sunstone, topaz

The Moon
Natural cycles and rhythms
Moonstone, Selenite

Judgment
Re-Evaluation, the consequences of your actions
Fossils

The World
Accomplishment, reward for our earlier efforts infinite
Alexandrite


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