Knight of Pentacles

Knight of Pentacles

Meaning

When the Knight of Pentacles arrives know that you will meet a knight that wants to make your dreams come true, for a very long time to come. This is very similar to the Knight of Cups, but with a more practical tone. Where the Knight of Cups is dreamy and romantic, and there for a long time, the Knight of Pentacles is more practical and reliable. This is the guy you call when your tire is flat, and he will help you out without even blinking. In love this means you are likely involved with a wealthy male or female who can help you find the stable and secure home life you crave. In work or money situations this card says news is on its way that is going to improve your situation, for some time to come.

Symbolism

The Knight of Pentacles is a card that shows a knight on a horse and carrying a pentacle in his hand. Knights are about the delivery of messages, or represent a young male energy between the ages of 18 and 35 that may be an Earth Sign. This knight is one that is not moving as quickly as the Knight of Pentacles or Knight of Swords. That tells us he has more stability and security to offer than the more energetic knights, and is why the timing of this card could span several months. This one is in for the long haul! He bears good tidings of great joy, and he wants to be here to stay!

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