Mermaid tarot card deck! Ocean inspired! Ask the universe for spiritual guidance. Follow your destiny. Designed in California.


The Mermaid tarot card deck is a 40 card deck made to represent the sea world 🌎 around us! If your a beginner just starting out this is a great beginners deck that is easy to read and a guide book is included 🙏

This deck was created to channel your beautiful mermaid 🧜🏼‍♀️ soul and to give special guidance to all of the sea 🌊 goddesses out there! If you need a helping hand from the universe to navigate through life’s decisions around love, relationships, your finances or careers, travel adventures and more, this deck is for you.

The aim of a tarot reading is to explore a question about the self. You pick cards to help you reflect on possible answers, interpreting the meaning of each in relation to what you asked. Keep in mind that tarot cards are tools for introspection, and for that reason it’s best to keep questions open-ended.

Though you can use tarot to work through the big things happening in your life, like career questions and challenging relationships, it can also address day-to-day questions. Here are some examples:

* What do I need to be aware of right now?
* Where should I be focusing my energy or attention?
* What do I need to appreciate about myself today?
* Should I have salad … again?
* Why is my sister like that?
* What’s my biggest challenge for the day?
* What do I need to know about my love life?
* What should I be doing career-wise?

Prepare your area … Do whatever feels right to set the mood. Some people like to use specific table cloths while they read, while others use candles or crystals. Many tarot card readers also cleanse their area before they start. You can do this with sprays like lavender, as well as by burning incense.

No two people will read this deck the same exact way, and that’s what we love about it, because no two people are alike. Don’t feel forced to read a certain way or squeeze your queries into an exactly prescribed meaning. Just sit back, relax, and find yourself in the beautiful art of tarot.

Cards are 2.75x4.75” on 280gsm blue core smooth cardstock in a custom box.

The Fool card in Tarot symbolizes new beginnings. The basic meaning of the card is that the Fool is on his way to a new beginning, and he has all he needs or wants as indicated by the bag on the staff. The Fool is shown in colorful clothes with a pack tied to his staff, a dog at his heels, and a cliff. The Tarot story of the Fool is that he travels aimlessly with all his worldly possessions. A daydreamer lost in his thoughts, he does not see the cliff and is likely to fall over. The dog at his heels tries to warn him.

The Magician card in Tarot symbolizes male power of creation through willpower and desire. The Magician wears red and white clothes. The basic card symbols are the lemniscate (a figure eight on its side symbolizing eternal life and eternity), a small wand, a table displaying a chalice symbolizing knowledge and preservation, a pentacle, staff, and sword.

The High Priestess card in Tarot symbolizes sexuality, mystery, and general higher power. The basic symbols of this card are blue, white, and black colors, pomegranates, an Isis moon crown, veil, solar cross, crescent moon, and pillars. The “B” stands for Boaz: negation and severity. The “J” stands for Jachin: beginning and mercy. The scroll is inscribed with the word “Tora,” standing for either the Jewish Torah or an anagram of Tarot, with the last letter unseen.

The Empress card in Tarot symbolizes Isis, motherhood, femininity, and fertility. The Empress is a creator of life, of romance, of art, of business, and here the idea gestates until it is ready to be born. The basic Tarot symbols for this card are the gown decorated with pomegranates, a crown of twelve six-pointed stars, a rod, a heart-shaped shield inscribed with the symbol for Venus, and a field of ripe wheat.

The Emperor card in Tarot symbolizes accomplishment, confidence, wealth, stability, leadership, father/brother/husband, achievement, and a capable person. The basic symbols for this card are the throne, rams’ heads, and sometimes the eagle, orb, and scepter. The Emperor, as Aries (the Ram) is the infant, the first sign of the zodiac. He naturally follows the Empress.

The Hierophant card in Tarot symbolizes traditional values and is often associated with the religious or spiritual. The purpose of the Hierophant is to bring the spiritual down to earth. The basic meaning of this Tarot card is to create harmony in the face of crisis. During a crisis, the Hierophant diffuses the panic and offers good and practical advice. The basic symbols of the Hierophant card are twin pillars, a staff, throne, the triple crown of a pope, a hand raised in blessing, and two acolytes.

The Chariot card in Tarot is not an easy card to interpret. It could mean an eventual hard-won success. The card often pictures the chariot, an armored warrior, sun or moon symbols, the encircled rod on the winged shield, black and white sphinxes (or lions or horses), sometimes at rest. Some decks have a canopy of stars and sometimes a throne inside the chariot.

The Hermit card in Tarot is a card of introspection, soul searching, analysis, and self-reflection. It denotes that this is not a time of socializing or action but of peace and solitude. The basic symbol of this card is a robed man or monk with a staff and carrying a lantern. The landscape is barren.

The Strength card in Tarot is about energy and courage. It is a card of bravery and fierceness, much like a lion’s hot and roaring energy. In addition, it also symbolizes an unafraid woman. She is undaunted, indomitable, and steadfast. The basic symbols of the Strength card are a woman with a lemniscate (a figure eight on its side symbolizing eternal life and eternity) hovering over her head, a lion, and a chain of roses.

The Wheel of Fortune card in Tarot symbolizes destiny, unexpected events, and progress. This card reminds you that good luck happens as easily as bad, and everything happens in cycles. You may be on top of the world now, but you could just as easily be headed downward. Change is a constant and inevitable part of life, and nothing lasts forever. The basic symbols of this card are a clockwise-turning wheel with figures or beasts on it that are rising or falling. Some cards have a sphinx on top of the wheel, and some cards include alchemic symbols and Hebrew letters.

The Justice card in Tarot is about reason, truth, and, yes, justice. This is the card about cold, objective balance. It’s also about moderation in all things, as well as the realities of karma. If you’re not keeping the scales balanced, there could be some fallout. The basic symbols of this card include a judge-like figure, sometimes blindfolded, either sitting or standing, with scales in his left hand and an upraised sword in the other hand.

The Hanged Man card in Tarot symbolizes trial or meditation, selflessness, and sacrifice. The basic symbols of this card are a man hanging by one foot from a tau cross. His free leg is always crossed to form a “4” and his face is always peaceful. His hands may be either tied or dangling. At times, some coins may be falling from his hands or pockets.

The Death card in Tarot is a card of major transformation and new beginnings, and it probably won’t be easy. The Death card meaning in a Tarot reading is about transformation, passage, and change. The basic symbols of the Death card are Death as a skeleton in black robes or armor. There may also be a scythe or a flag featuring a five-petaled rose. There may be other figures in the field, the most common and recurring is that of a child.

The Temperance card in Tarot can be difficult to interpret, but in general it’s about the blending of opposites and the achieving of synthesis. It’s about harmony, peace, and patience. The basic symbols of the Temperance card are an angel (often female, but sometimes genderless), a pool of water or river, and two cups with fluid flowing between them. It’s a serene, peaceful scene of harmonious beauty.

The Devil card in Tarot is about ambitions and is also synonymous with temptation, addiction, and depression. The basic symbols of this card are a winged and horned Devil on a black pedestal, naked male and female figures, chains, and an inverted pentagram.

The Tower card in Tarot is all about the downfall of old ideas. A structure has suddenly and violently come crashing down, leading to chaos and distress, but it has also made room for something new to be built. The basic symbols of this card are a tower on a rocky outcrop, a bolt of lightning, a couple of figures falling from the tower, and waves crashing below.

The Star card in Tarot symbolizes the future, clarity of vision, and spiritual insight. The basic symbols of this card are seven or eight stars, a pool of water, a kneeling woman (one foot in the water, the other on land), and two urns.

The Moon card in Tarot symbolizes that things might be amiss and that you can’t trust your first impression. Things are not how they seem. The basic card symbols are a full moon (with a crescent within), twin pillars, a dog and a wolf howling, a stream that runs to the ocean, and a crayfish emerging from the water.

The Sun card in Tarot radiates positive energy. This is one of the most optimistic cards, indicating enthusiasm and effervescence.

The Judgment card in Tarot stands for healing. This Major Arcana card signals great transformation, renewal, and change. The basic symbols of the Judgment Tarot card are an Angel, trumpets, graves with people rising from them, and often water or an ocean.

The World card in Tarot is a wonderful card, representing a successful conclusion after all aspects have been accounted for. Things have come full circle. A journey has been completed, and a long-term project has come to an end. The basic symbols of this card are a dancing woman or hermaphrodite, a wreath in the shape of a yoni (almond-shaped circle), two wands, a cherub, eagle, lion, and bull.