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The Meaning of the "Page of Pentacles" Tarot Card

(Applies to the upright position)


The Symbolism of the Tarot Card:


The Page cradles what seems to be a floating pentagram in his hands, not helping to hold it aloft but rather catching it. He regards it with an expression of awe and longing. He is standing in a verdant meadow with a stand of trees and an active farm in the background.



The Meaning of the Tarot Card:


The Page regards wealth and material goods with a sense of awe and worship that is best reserved for other pursuits. While the Page appreciates material wealth more than other cards in the suit, he runs the risk of attaching too much importance to it and being caught in the material plane. Also a card of extreme focus and a person who can drill an issue down without being distracted. A model of scholarship. It should be noted that the Page has a tenuous grip on the Pentacle - his worshipful attitude may actually jeopardize whether or not he can hang on to it, as is the case with many people who spend too much time studying the means of getting material wealth without putting a plan into action. The individual has good intentions and all of the tools to get started - they just need to put a concrete plan into action. Definitely the potential exists here for great material wealth, as the focus exists as well.


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