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Queen of Pentacles

Judgement Tarot Card
What does the Judgement Tarot Card mean?
  • By Gemma Irias
  • Published: 08/08/20 10:25 PM EDT
  • Updated: 08/08/20 10:38 PM EDT
What does the Judgement Tarot Card mean?

Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning

Element: Earth

Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality

The Queen is sat on her stone throne which has plenty or ornate carvings. She is holding the pentacle as if a mother holds her baby. The throne has fruit, a symbol of abundance, a child which points to motherhood, a ram which means bravery, and an angel, a sign of the connection to heaven. Under her feet is the dirt ground but close by are the roots of the rose bush that grows up one side of the card and across to the other side.

For the Queen, this piece of land is her piece of paradise. The roses growing around her a symbol of magic and the other flowers growing around her are signs of youth, beauty, and a sexual attraction. Even the rabbit at her feet is a symbol of fertility. Behind the Queen, a river flows, the water representing emotion. Further in the distance, there is a mountain, standing tall and showing us its stability. She wears a white shirt, the color of purity, her red gown is a sign of passion and the green cloak is the color of life.

She is a gentle woman. She has everything she needs around her and therefore needs to nature and take care of something else consumes her. She is enjoying this. All that she has is growing and creating more, this woman will never be short of what she needs. The Queen of Pentacles is the ultimate sign of the universal mother who cares and protects. Her children are provided for with real things that are beneficial for them, rather than fantasies.

As she is well taken care of, the Queen is in a position to care for others. She wastes no time healing her wounds or taking care of her ego and for this, she is free to give her attention to others without missing out on the love she needs.

The Queen requires a give and take relationship. She is loved and is happy and she is able to love and provide happiness. She will only invest what she has in those who need her and appreciate her.

When Reversed:

In the reversed position, it implies that somebody is giving so much but not getting anything in return. You might be putting all the emotional effort in and doing all of the caring but the only get the feeling of being emotionally closed off. You may even feel like nothing you do is good enough.

It might be the case that you aren’t at a stage in your life where you are ready to take care and love others as you aren’t prepared to love yourself. You could feel nervous about being self-sufficient and not prepared for the responsibilities of being an adult and having committed relationships.

You may not be clear of the expectations in a relationship. One extreme is that you might be a complete romantic, or you may not be able to see past the flaws a person has. This could lead you to a long period of waiting for their perfect partner to knock on their door.


You probably had a very supportive upbringing in a stable home, possibly even more so than others around you. You have grown up to be a very well-rounded person because of the lessons you learnt in your youth. Watch out for making mistakes your parents made.


In this position, you might find that you have begun to settle down and you will be able to love comfortably with enough time, money, and energy. You may know an influential female who can offer you advice, which is good because you might need them soon.


The future is positive. You will have gained all you want and can turn your attention to helping others, providing you with plenty of gratification. The problems you are suffering from no will seem insignificant when you are able to look back at the whole picture.

Yes/No Question:

The answer is yes.

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