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Category: Pentacles

3 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Defining the 3 of Pentacles

This is the fifth and last installment in this Weekly Tarot Card series. The next series will begin on Monday. However, if you’d like to get caught up on the rest of the week, you can use the following links: Monday Description and Observation…

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3 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number 3 of Pentacles Symbolism Today we look at the more universal depictions of…

3 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Element & Number

This is the third installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first two installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Yesterday we spent some time delving into the element of Earth and trying to grow into the…

3 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 2: Meditation

3 of Pentacles Meditation | This is the second installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first installment, ‘Observation and Description’ here. Yesterday we began our exercises into the Weekly Tarot Card, during which I invited you to examine the 3…

Father of Pentacles | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 35

~ Discovering the Wild Unknown: Father of Pentacles ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the Wild Unknown Father of Pentacles. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this…

3 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation

Last week we looked at the 3 of Swords. This week we finish up the 3’s in the Minor Arcana with the 3 of Pentacles. Next week will go on to the Empress before starting on the 4’s. We begin the Weekly Tarot Card…

3 of Pentacles | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 30

Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is The Wild Unknown 3 of Pentacles. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other things that will be included that…

Mother of Pentacles | Discovering the Wild Unknown Epsidoe 28

~ Discovering The Wild Unknown: Mother of Pentacles ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the Wild Unknown Mother of Pentacles. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this…

10 of Pentacles | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 22

~ Wild Unknown 10 of Pentacles ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is 10 of Swords. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other things that…

7 of Pentacles | Discovering the Wild Unknown Episode 20

~ The Wild Unknown 7 of Pentacles ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 7 of Pentacles. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other…

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Putting It All Together

The 2 of Pentacles is an assurance that so far you’re keeping everything in balance. However, it can also be a reminder that you need to look after yourself in order to do so.

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

Symbolism is a means of accessing messages in the unconscious self, and thus, while there are some representations that seem universal, the only ‘real meaning’ is that which rings true for you.

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Suit and Number

There are two ways to look at the suit of Earth in the Tarot: that as Pentacles and that of Coins. Papus explains that the suit of Pentacles is where we transition ourselves. Just as tens can be the end of a cycle in each suit, so too are the Pentacles, and they elevate us to the next level.

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 2: Meditation

Today we will work to ground the dancer in the 2 of Pentacles through meditation. This is your opportunity to delve into the card and explore what it means to you. What you pick up through this meditation is your own personal experience that will contribute to your personal understanding of the card.

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation and Description

Over the past three weeks we’ve maneuvered through the 2’s in the Minor Arcana, starting with the Wands, then diving into the Cups, and considering the Swords. In the fourth week of the 2’s we arrive at the Pentacles.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Putting It All Together

This is the only Ace that doesn’t depict any Yod, indicating it is a card of the material and mundane plane. This is the beginning of finding our feet. We have spent time developing our emotions, our energy and our intellect, and now we must participate in the physical world. This is the beginnings of that development.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

The white lilies represent love and purity, and are the same ones that are found in the Magician. They are a personal growth, the beginning of something new centered around the heart.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 3: Aces and Earth

The element of earth can only come together when all the other elements have been brought together to be manifest in the physical realm. This is the beauty of Earth. Air and Water and Fire (sun, energy, light, etc.) come together to create growth and life.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 2: Meditation

Having spent your time with the Ace of Swords, the Ace of Cups, the Ace of Wands, you have the passion, the know-how, the love to bring into fruition a physical product. On each coin is a five-pointed star. While it might seem that Earth is the lesser of the elements since it represents a more base learning, it is the physical representation of the other elements coming together.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 1: Observation and Description

t seems so fitting as we begin sewing our seeds for the summer that we should begin talking about the material seed we sew in the Tarot.

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