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The Tarot de Marseille is used for clairvoyance, but also for introspection, to understand the past and better manage the present and anticipate the future. Allegories in power, each card allows you to better apprehend the world, answering your questions and doubts about the future...
Let's discover together the second card of the Tarot de Marseille: the « High Priestess ».
The « High Priestess » is the card of the major arcana representing the most feminine power and fertility. Its meanings do not stop at her attributes as a woman... Let's discover together all the subtlety of the « High Priestess »:
The character of the « High Priestess » represents first the feminine presence. It goes through attributes such as fertility, intuition, emotions and conciliation, elements usually attributed to the female gender.
Nevertheless, it is more than that! Patient and stable, she shows wisdom and brings you correct judgment, fluid intuition and understanding of your environment. This card provides the help you will need through someone close to you, depending on the position of the card in your draws. However, this card can also represent passivity, submission, isolation and discord, if you don't follow your intuition and remain stuck on the slightest obstacle in front of you.
Our esoteric pin is, today, in the effigy of the « High Priestess »! Its exclusive and original design will with discretion decorate a piece of clothing or a backpack, thanks to its sleek design and that slightly vintage touch of enamel pins!
As always with Atelier Perséphone, this product is an original and authentic creation to allow you to highlight your personality, your tastes and aspirations.
Do you want to make a personalized gift to someone who is interested in fortune-telling? Our « High Priestess » enamel pin is the best way to please him or her... and to please you!
Discover without hesitation all the major arcana designed by Atelier Perséphone in the « Major Arcana » collection, esoteric pins of the famous Tarot de Marseille!