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The Meaning of the "Five of Pentacles" Tarot Card

(Applies to the upright position)


The Symbolism of the Tarot Card:


Two poor, injured, and decrepit figures wander underneath an opulent stained glass window in a snowstorm. They are dejected and downtrodden by their condition. The stained glass window could refer to a church, but is most likely an opulent home. The cripple has a slightly disfigured face, suggesting leprosy or a similar condition. Both have minimal or no foot coverings and are trying to walk through deep snow. They will surely perish if they do not get aid.



The Meaning of the Tarot Card:


Wealth can sometimes be used as a bastion to keep undesirable people from one's life. One has to be careful to not forget their obligations to humankind when they have achieved a certain level in society. Almost certainly foretells some kind of material trouble for the individual, whether from failure to help others or failure to help themselves through proper planning. Allowing opportunity to pass by without doing anything about it.


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