What Do Ploughed Fields Symbolize on Tarot Cards?

Ploughed fields are found on these Tarot cards:

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Ploughed Fields are a subtle but interesting Tarot symbol found on three individual cards on the well-known Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot artwork.

The same identical symbols don't necesariliy show up in all contemporary decks, however many modern Tarot sets will include variants of the same, widely recognized Rider-Waite Tarot iconography.

Here's What ploughed fields symbolize in Tarot

Freshly ploughed fields can have two separate meanings in Tarot symbolism. A ploughed field is both a representation of diligence and hard work, but it is also an indication of future profit-taking, prosperity and sustenance.

an indication of future profit-taking, prosperity and sustenance

Each ploughed field is a reminder that prosperity and wealth are the direct result of focus, diligence and hard work.

The fruits of the harvest lie ahead, but today's diligent work will lead to tomorrow's harvest.

Here Are the 3 Tarot Cards in Which Ploughed Fields Make an Appearance

The Page of Pentacles

The Page of Pentacles

The Knight of Pentacles

The Knight of Pentacles

The Ten of Wands

The Ten of Wands

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