Page of Pentacles
My self-study of Tarot continues with the Page of Pentacles. Or, as I just heard, “Walking on sunshine.”
“It’s a bright, bright, sunshiny day.” Solid gold; “What a wonderful world”; Blue Ridge Mountains (“Take me home, country roads, to the place I belong…”); green pastures; golden opportunity.
Pentacle, mountain, trees, fields, grass, wildflowers.
The field, which is at the least plowed and most likely are planted, which stand out. The symmetry of the plow lines as well as the seeming richness of the soil, for me, speak volumes.
Gold, yellow, green, red, orange, tan, brown, blue.
How can it not be the golden sky, the color of which mimics the gold of the pentacle? It could be said that the gold tone colors everything.
What the Guide Says About the Page of Pentacles
“A youthful figure, looking intently at the pentacle that hovers over his raised hands.
“Divinatory Meanings: Application, study, scholarship, reflection. Another reading says news messages and the bringer thereof – also rule, management. Reversed: Prodigy, dissipation, liberality, luxury, unfavorable news.”
Remarkably, that all makes sense to me. 😉
What We Say About the Page of Pentacles
Contribution to a financial balance shows increase in prosperity.
News of financial success arrives.
Correlation with a young person entering a new job with great stability and promise of reward.
Eyes on the prize.
Spiritual affinity with abundance.
“Good tidings of great joy.”
I Might Ask a Client…
“What hidden treasures are you keeping from others?”
“Do you feel as though you’ve been pigeon-holed to appear or be a certain way, when there’s actually some ambiguity in play here?”
What comes up for you around this card?