Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning

queen of pentacles tarot card meaning

Queen of Pentacles


The Queen of Pentacles Represents Mother Earth

Security, Greatness of Soul, Rules Home and Office, Thoughtful, Down-to-Earth, Appreciation of Life’s Pleasures, Very Quiet, Charitable, A Creative Person, Talents are Used Well, Nurturing and Protective Aspects of Motherhood, Unselfish, Very Good at the Math and Sciences, An Astute Business Woman, Enjoys Material Comforts, Good Money Management, Organized, A Woman who is Very Good with Money, Intelligence, Makes a Little go a long way, Practical, Creating Practical Solutions and Plans for Business and Family Matters, Creates a Warm, Secure Environment, She uses her Power to Help those Less Fortunate, Kindness, Friendly and Generous to others, Generosity, Luxury, Capable, Loves Nature -Animals -Children and People, Practical Go-Getter, Has a Green Thumb, Trustworthy, Takes a Simple- Sensible Approach,


Fear of Failure, Fear, Unable to see beyond Material Possessions, Tends to be Possessive, Tendency to Addiction, Egotistic, Narrow Minded, Intolerant, Jealous, Responsibilities Neglected, Vicious Person., Obsession with Money, A Withdrawn Woman who may Not be Good with Money, Overly Strict, Not a very Creative Person, Suspicion, Too Dependent, Mistrust, Moody,

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Brianna Stoker

In terms of characteristics much the same as the Page and Knight, well-off, rich. A business woman. Office manager. In terms of age-group perhaps twenty to thirty something. Could be well into the forties or fifties. For older ladies, you might be better to use the reversed card. Its up to you really. It’s difficult to think of additional meanings for the Queen. Perhaps a pause in the action, a time to regroup. A time of rest, of consolidation.

Again, a straightforward reversal in terms of characteristics. A poor, unsuccessful woman. A woman who has an unsuccessful business. You might reverse the consolidation aspect of the right-side-up card to represent an anxious, worrying time. Perhaps an unstable period.

Tarot Goddess

Title: The Queen of the Thrones of Earth
Element: Water of Earth
Zodiac Sign: 20º Sagittarius to 20º Capricorn; December 13 – January 9
Myers-Briggs: ESFJ – The Caregiver
Thumbnail Meaning: Love of the world; practicality; material contentment.

This Queen nurtures others and brings out the best in them. She is practical, inventive and lets nothing go to waste. She is a good ally to have in a life-or-death crisis: she can sew a button, grow a garden, pickle and preserve fruit, organize a committee, lead a committee, plan a defense or lead it.

As the “Water of Earth,” the Queen of Pentacles represents homeland, the bounty of the earth, agriculture and dependability. In the Rider-Waite tarot, a rabbit––symbol of fertility––sits in the lower right corner, making her a possible mother figure.

This Queen is just what she is, and knows herself completely. Modesty and immodesty are both foreign to her; she strives to see the world exactly as it is.

This card may refer to:

A practical and intuitive person
A mature woman
Truth, kindly expressed
Motherhood, motherly duties
A responsive, responsible person
A caregiver

If ill-dignified, or reversed, this card can refer to:

A woman keeping up appearances while neglecting her duties
“Mommy Dearest”
Lies masquerading as truth
A foolish, flighty person who never commits to any course of action
A person grown old without maturing

If you, or your querent, are hurting, in pain or in need, this is a wonderful card to draw. This Queen points to a figure whose instincts for care, preservation of what is good, duty, and kindness are very strong. Someone represented by this card will be an asset in any group, community or family.

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