Ace of Pentacles
Ace of Pentacles extends possible gifts of value and fates of fortunes for wealth. In Rider-Waite, a hand offers one pentacle with the promise for more to come. Real-time potential for success in money and business matters is at the forefront, and past financial struggles are ending. He’s the practical planner of the crowd with structure and responsibility the bottom line. The card’s appearance is a talisman of good health or gaining good health after an illness. The French word for pentacle is pentacol, meaning pend- to hang + a- to + col- neck or a talisman with protective powers that you hang around your neck. Another take is the five-point star that symbolizes the human body of head, arms, and legs and invokes the positive elements of fire for protection, creation, healing, and increase and the negative elements of earth of personal energy of banishing, ridding, and decrease. Nevertheless, the gifts that the Ace of Pentacles offers leave the building of your empire up to you. Rome was not built in a day, and your empire will not be built without your input. Realistic dreams with hard work reap the financial rewards you seek. Romantic and business affairs may be on the same side of the fence, or alternatively, business associates begin working well together towards financial gain. The job you’ve coveted or the promotion you’ve sought may come your way, or an unexpected endowment may magically show up at your doorstep. A penny saved is a penny earned to the Ace of Pentacles. Pentacles materialize as a talisman of earthly prosperity and the comfort of the spiritual world that follows. So, roll up your sleeves and get started on your empire.
Keywords: prosperity, commitment, tradition, competence, hard work, managing matters, practical, homebody, gratitude, accomplishment, gaining wealth, financial prowess, skilled craftsman or tradesman, persistence, dedication, contentment, felicity, patience, planner, practical, reliable, organized, stability, security, practicality, grounded
Reversed: instability, noncommittal, loss of all kinds, mindlessness, overworked, money obsession, overly cautious, inflexible, the evil side of wealth, greed, wicked intellect, delays, difficulty, bad investments, spendthrift, illness, vice, broke and contrarily great riches