Knight of Pentacles

A heavily armored man sits astride an immobile horse.  He holds a pentacle aloft in his gloved hand. Sprigs of greenery are attached to his helmet and to the mane of the horse.  A plowed field stretches out behind him.

A good money card, though hardly exciting or glamorous.  Unlike the Knight of Swords, this Knight isn’t going anywhere.  He sits still, solidly planted on his very solid looking horse. The plowed field represents the routine, day to day, hard work that’s necessary to bring projects to fruition.  This card shows a dependable, hard working individual who takes care of details and keeps money coming in.

On a mundane level, this may show the presence of a young, conservative individual in the questioners life.

REVERSED:  Problems with money due to the disruption of the daily routine.  A young, conservative person who is causing problems in the questioners life.

EXAMPLES:  The single mother or father who reliably shows up for work every day, does the job with no drama or complaints, and put food on the table and shoes on the baby.

A college student who grinds his or her way through to a PhD by taking a few courses every year while working a full time job.

Author: Dan Adair

Artist, writer, semi-retired wizard, and the author of, "Just the Tarot," by Dan Adair

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