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The Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings

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The Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings

The Queen of Pentacles tarot card heralds abundance and joy!

She has an intuitive, even uncanny ability for creating wealth. Even better, when she appears to you in a reading, there is also plenty of opportunity for enjoying it.

After all, the Queen of Pentacles is surrounded by a lush wilderness of so many beautiful and pleasurable things. Here, the hard, driving energies of Sagittarius and fierce wildness of Aries join forces to make things grow, grow, grow. As the watery aspect of earth, the Queen of Pentacles is the perfect, fertile soil for these energies.

Like in the Ani diFranco song, the Queen of Pentacles is “32 flavors and then some (God help you, if you’re not hungry).”

So choosing what to pick may pose a bit of a problem.

But why choose when you can have it all?

In the Queen of Pentacles tarot card, the arch of roses and blue mountain range framing the yellow sky suggest that passion and intuition guide her thinking. The mountains also point to a spiritual dimension of pleasure. The Queen’s thoughts are less concerned with abstract theory than creating bounty.

The Queen of Pentacles’ crown is topped with a winged solar disk, symbolizing the idea that earthly joys are a divine gift. It is engraved with a geomantic symbol called caput draconis (the dragon’s head), meaning that now is good time for new beginnings.

Dressed in red, white, and green, the Queen of Pentacles brings fertility, pleasure, and wealth. Her grey throne sets her apart from her surroundings. She is a queen, after all. It is carved with symbols representing romantic love (cupid), longevity and bounty (pears), and fertility (ram’s head, rabbit).

The live rabbit in the lower right corner of the Queen of Pentacles tarot card suggests that her power to create abundance is not just a theoretical principle, but a living reality.

The blue rivers in the Queen of Pentacles tarot card show that the path to abundance in this card is intuitive, rather than intellectual (as it is in the Knight of Pentacles).

Upright Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings

Life has just given you a free ticket to its all you can eat buffet. It’s time to treat yourself royally. So grab a plate and load up – and don’t worry about counting calories.

Besides, this buffet has no calories!

Money, financial security, love, and fun are all in your reach. There’s no need to choose. You can have them all. And while you’re at it, why not give in to your compassionate nature and share your blessings? There is plenty to go around.

The universe is showering you with its generosity because you have been intuitively sending out the right energies. You’ve trusted your gut instincts, and they have led you in the right direction.

And you’ve been having a ball getting here.

If the Queen of Pentacles tarot card represents another person, you have met someone who is practical and independent. She’s not overly concerned with the nitty-gritty of high politics and economics – or abstract philosophy and theology. That just not her style.

But she has an uncanny knack for turning a casual conversation into a huge sale. And she doesn’t need to read a book on ethics in order to do the right thing. She’s a naturally compassionate and nurturing person.

Her fun-loving nature can make that easy to forget, though.

The Queen of Pentacles spells extremely good news in all aspects of your life. She tells you that any situation has the potential of going your way without putting too much thought into it. Just trust your gut and know what you want.

You’ve picked the right time to pitch an idea to your boss, and it will lead to big things in the long run.

A new relationship has the potential to turn into your happily ever after. If an existing relationship has lost some of its passion, don’t worry. That first spark is this there, and things promise to get very exciting soon.

Queen of Pentacles Reversed Tarot Card Meanings

Sometimes it’s a good idea to get out of your chair and stretch, even if that chair is a beautifully carved throne.

It will help you get back with who you are.

Your independent streak is your source of power, but there’s a fine line between being independent and being self-absorbed.

Is your own private kingdom becoming a bit lonely? Think about ways in which you can reach out to others. Try to interact with them on a more equal footing.

Others are having a difficult time connecting with you. They are misinterpreting the signals you send. When you seek their attention or try to stop them from making a poor decision, they feel you’re smothering them. When you set boundaries, they feel you’re being selfish – or even tyrannical.

What’s worse, when you are generous with them, they suspect a hidden agenda. Especially people who are close to you are having a hard time trusting you.

Withdrawing even further into your shell and simply thinking about how to fix this problem is not the answer.

The Suit of Pentacles is all about being in the physical world. Here, you gain your insights and wisdom from what you physically do and experience. Your feelings will do a better job of guiding you through this crisis than cold, rational analysis. So pay close attention to them when you are busy at a task and interacting with others.

Especially your feelings of joy.

Joy is a much better teacher than pain. Joy teaches acceptance and gratitude. Pain only teaches you to stop doing something. If you only listen to your pain, you’ll only end up doing nothing in the end.

When the Queen of Pentacles tarot card is reversed, the geomantic figure on her crown changes to cauda draconis (the dragon’s tail). This is not a good time for new beginnings. You need to resolve old issues first, or you will bring them into your new situation. However, it shows that this is an excellent time to end a bad situation that has been going on for much too long.

The Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Metaphysical Correspondences:

Element: Earth
Zodiac Signs : Capricorn
Healing Crystals : Amethyst, Bloodstone

The Queen of Pentacles Card & Tarot Numerology

In the tarot, the Queens are associated with the Number 3.

Kabbalistically, it symbolizes the Great Mother. In traditional numerology, this number is associated with the generosity of Jupiter. Here, it underlines the card’s message of fertility and abundance.

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1 thoughts on “Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings

  1. Jon says:

    How does somebody interpret a card like the Queen of Pentacles when it is in a “disadvantage” position in a spread? Positive cards placed in disadvantage spots are mystifying to me. Thanks!

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