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The Meaning of the "Queen of Pentacles" Tarot Card

(Applies to the upright position)


The Symbolism of the Tarot Card:


A woman contemplates the golden pentacle in her hand, surrounded by signs of fertility and wealth. A goat, cherubs, and pears adorn her throne. A rabbit scampers through the verdant landscape. Garlands frame the top of the card. The green cape which flows from below her crown has her cloaked in the mantle of earth.



The Meaning of the Tarot Card:


The Queen is a very intellectual individual who has deep wisdom to share. She is deeply contemplative and represents the wise mother, or "earth mother" type. This does not mean that she is disjointed - hers is a deeper wisdom of common sense and the way that the world works. This is also a woman that has and enjoys material wealth, but not to her detriment. Opulence rather than gaudiness. The security that comes from material wealth and worldly wisdom.


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