Four of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:29 PM EDT

Four of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality The man in the card looks straight ahead. He seems to be challenging the reader to take one of his pentacles. There is one pentacle balanced on his head, another in his arms, and one more under each foot. He seems to be rich, but the small crown implies that his material success is not big. The man sits alone, hunched on a stone stool. Behind him is the city. It may be that he is unable to stand up from the weight of the pentacle on his head, or his need to keep it balanced. He may also fear the consequences of standing up, leaving the pentacles under his feet unguarded. Wrapping his body around the other could be for ease or even comfort. The man doesn’t look happy. If anything, he is tired. The…

Five of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:29 PM EDT

Five of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality The two people in the card both look poor, the man is sick, and the woman is underfed. Neither of them is wearing shoes, only the man has crutches to support him walking as they walk across the snow-covered ground. The man has a bell around his neck, similar to a leaper. Despite this, they are two of the most vibrantly dressed in the tarot cards. They are both wearing blue, green, and yellow, the colors of serenity, spirituality, and higher mind. The woman also has an orange robe, the color of enthusiasm. He looks up to the heavens while she looks down at the earth, both could be praying, perhaps even for the harsh snow to stop falling. It seems like their situation is desperate but the bright lights coming from the stained-glass window of…

Six of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:28 PM EDT

Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality The two beggars on the ground look up to a man who is likely to be a merchant. He is wearing Tyrian purple, a color that would imply status as only the rich could have afforded it. He is kindly giving the beggars money, and this is no problem for him. The two beggars are wearing the same colored clothes as the sick man and the poor woman in the Five of Pentacles. There is no longer snow on the ground and there is sufficient for everyone, yet the men are still grateful for his generosity. The fact that the man in purple is a merchant has meaning. He has used his talents and skills to earn the wealth he has instead of had it given to him. He knows that life is not always easy.…

Seven of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:28 PM EDT

Seven of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality We see a man in the countryside looking at a vine with seven pentacles of it. The man looks down on what he has grown but perhaps he isn’t sure if they are ready to harvest or if they need more time to grow. He is wearing blue and orange and rests his hands and chin on his hoe. The land behind this young man is quite bare and it is quite miraculous that the has managed to grow anything in the harsh conditions. Further away, there is a mountain which a sign of strength, but mountains don’t grow. In fact, the only thing growing is the vine with the pentacles. Perhaps this is all that matters. The vines seem to be grapes, no coincidence as wine symbolizes blood, transformation, and plenty. He watches over his…

Eight of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:27 PM EDT

Eight of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality Six pentacles are fixed to a tree in a row. There is a young man sat on a bench with a chisel and hammer working in the next pentacle and there is also another pentacle on the ground waiting to be completed. The pentagrams can already be been, so rather than making them, he could be fixing or perfecting them. He is alone on his bench and the city is far away in the distance. He is wearing a blue shirt, red stockings and shoes, the colors of serenity in the mind, and passion and magic. On the outside, he is calm and focused, but on the inside, there is a passion that is driving him. He is engrossed in his work; he is happy with what he does and it doesn’t seem like he would…

Nine of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:26 PM EDT

Nine of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality A woman is in a garden that is brimming with grapevines, plump grapes and nine pentacles in the leaves. Behind the garden, we can see a range of mountains representing strength and stability. The grapes are a sign of richness, plenty, and life. The woman is wearing a yellow cloak, the color of intellect, and the red rosebuds show us passion and magic that hasn’t been realized yet. Her passion is completely under control, much like the falcon that rests on her gloved hand. Her mind and spirit are under control, but just with the falcon and her passion, can be released whenever she wants. What the woman has is because of her control. Because she can control her mind, energy and determination, she is able to direct her powers to create abundance and therefore, she…

Ten of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:26 PM EDT

Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality We see four people in a town or city. There is a man at down wearing a very extravagant greed, red, and yellow cloak. He has two white dogs by his feet. A couple is in front of the man with a child next to the woman. It could be the man’s family. He is also surrounded by pentacles. This city could be the man’s home, he is at ease and the people seem happy. The large archway to the rest of the city is a symbol of permanence and stability, something that has been around for years, possibly centuries. He is obviously a wealthy man in more ways than just money. He is secure, he has a place in society. The dogs looking towards his show loyalty, which can also be seen as part of…

Page of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:26 PM EDT

Page of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality In the middle of a spring meadow, there is a young man holding up a pentacle. He is wearing orange and green, the symbols of enthusiasm and new life. On the right, there is a plowed field representing newness and potential whereas on the left, there is a fully-grown forest, a sign of the cycle of life and the wisdom that comes with time. Past the plowed field, there is a mountain showing its stability. This man holds his pentacle in a way of devotion, either that, or he is so hypnotized with it that he can’t see anything else around him. It might be that there is no need for him to focus on what surrounds him. The sky is completely gold as it appears that wealth surrounds him, implying he doesn’t have to worry.…

Knight of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:25 PM EDT

Knight of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality A knight in shining white armor looks determined as he holds his pentacle and his black horse. They are facing east with the horse’s reins in one hand and the pentacle in the other. Both the horse and knight wear red, a symbol of passion. The black horse is a color of seriousness. In the distance, we can see plowed fields. The seeds have been planted and all that is left is to take care of them. This is a sign of new life and possibilities for the knight. The Page of Pentacles showed the dream of a goal and now the Knight shows us the inspiration and those first necessary steps. The knight is taking action and shows his commitments to making his wishes and dreams come true. The Knight knows that the journey will…

Queen of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:25 PM EDT

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…