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19 Powerful Tarot Tattoos

So you can take your reading with you forever and always.

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2. Here's another way to do The Moon card — taken from the Rider-Waite deck.

3. The Three of Swords delivers a powerful and slightly dark message, often representing physical and emotional pain.

But a tattoo can be a reminder of strength if you've gone through something difficult.

4. These tiny markings refer to the Minor Arcana of the Tarot deck: pentacles, swords, wands, and cups.

5. While The Hanged Man seems scary, it's actually more about needing to make decisions.

The card, when right-side up, might point to feeling stuck, or having to let go of things to change situations. When reversed, it can mean trying to look at things from a totally new perspective.

6. Behold The Fool, a symbol of new beginnings!

7. Here's an interpretation of the Strength card, which incorporates the image of a woman and a lion.

This card is all about inner emotional power!

8. When upright, the Temperance card is about moderation and patience.

This could be a good symbol for someone who is sober.


9. Here's a more colorful take on the imagery in the Temperance card.

10. The Wheel of Fortune is often about change, destiny, and fate.

So if you believe in fate, here's some ink for you.

11. Here's a depiction of The Seven of Swords taken from the Wild Unknown Tarot Deck.

While the card can be about deception and trickery, it can be about re-evaluating goals.


13. The Death card isn't as bad as it looks — could signify big changes in your life!

14. This High Priestess tattoo has yet to be colored in, but it looks pretty awesome in outline.

The High Priestess is a complex card, but she can represent your subconscious and mystery.

16. Here's someone who carries both The Ace of Cups and The Ace of Swords (representing power and victory).