Page of Pentacles

Page of Pentacles

Meaning

Pentacles are always earth bound symbols, and represent practical matters, finances, and work ethic. They can also represent paperwork and messages, and sometimes even high states of consciousness. Pages are bearers of news and deliveries. So a Page of Pentacles arriving in your day brings with it the message that news regarding your question is on its way to you within three weeks time. This is a more serious page, with a quest for higher learning and exploration of that higher consciousness. These are also themes that may appear in your day when this page does.

Symbolism

In this card we see a young figure with one foot solidly on the ground, and another ready to spring to action. The figure holds one pentacle, and appears to be in reflection of the object. In the background is a bright sky and horizon, and the sense of this card is endless possibilities. Pages always represent news, and pentacles practical matters. Thus the message of this card is that a message or some news on practical matters is likely to arrive within three weeks time. Page’s are also very young figures, and this card could represent someone in the 18-25 age bracket that is in your life, or about to be in your life at the time of reading.

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