I'm in love with all different types of music. And I'm in love with tarot cards. Who says we can't enjoy the best of both worlds.

Here's my list of theme songs for the Major Arcana!

But wait, what's the Major Arcana?

The Major Arcana are the first twenty-or-so cards in a tarot deck. They signify major events, life changes, decisions, and everything major. These cards are VERY important in a tarot reading.

The problem though with being important is sometimes you're misunderstood. You can't relate to something so abstract as some of these cards, like Judgement or The Hierophant.

So let this wonderful playlist be your guide!

 

I focused on who these cards who be as characters for this playlist. Some songs show how their mind works, some have literal representations, and some play a scene out that they would do. Enjoy!

The Fool - It's Oh So Quiet by Bjork
The Magician - Missonary Man by Eurythmics
The High Priestess - Oh Lord by In This Moment
The Empress - Come On-A My House by Della Reese
The Emperor - Letters Home From the Garden of Stone by Everlast
The Hierophant - Your Heart Will Lead You Home by Kenny Loggins
The Lovers - I Wouldn't Mind by He is We
The Chariot - Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
Strength - Breathe (2 A.M) by Anna Nalick
The Hermit - Walking in Memphis by Marc Cohn
The Wheel of Fortune - Luck Be A Lady sung by Marlon Brando
Justice - Fly on the Wall by Thousand Foot Krutch
The Hanged Man - Hanging By a Moment by Lifehouse
Death - Second Chance by Shinedown
Temperance - Come Clean by Hilary Duff
The Devil - Breaking the Habit by Linkin Park
The Tower - Nothing by The Script
The Star - Silence by Enigma
The Moon - Ironic by Alanis Morisette
Judgement - Karma by Alicia Keys
The World - Solid by Ashford & Simpson

Check out the playlist right here too!

Does music resonate with your more than tarot cards?

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