Knight of Pentacles Tarot Guide

Knight of Pentacles Tarot Guide

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This post is intended to be a mini Knight of Pentacles Tarot Guide. It is important to mention that the longer you work with the cards the more you will discover how they speak to you. For example, the Knight of Pentacles does have a theme and traditional meaning but I recommend leaving “space” for the card to speak to you. Over time, you may discover that the card represents unique insights or themes for you personally.

Suit of Pentacles Summary

Knight of Pentacles Tarot – Upright Meaning

  • As a person
    • AKA – Prince of Pentacles
    • Capricorn, Virgo, Taurus
    • The Knight of Pentacles is someone who has mastered skills but is also still developing themselves in some way. This person is kind, dependable, efficient, practical, ambitious, resourceful and diligent. They are methodical, rational, trustworthy and likely enjoys a life that is more on the conventional side.  This is the Knight that others can depend on for financial stability. 
  • Figurative meaning
    • Earth + Air
    • Figuratively, the Knight of Pentacles represents active progress and result on the material plane. The pace will be slow, steady and grounded.
    • A message is on the way that will have positive results in the material plane.
    • Now is a good time to ground yourself, think things through and move forward, slow and steady. Do not underestimate the benefits of careful planning
    • In a reading about love, this card represents the appearance of a young man who has the qualities listed above. 

 Multiple Knights showing up in a reading

  • Two Knights in a reading can mean that there will be a 1:1 conflict with another person.
  • Three Knights in a reading can indicate a brotherhood of some sort or a sudden change that will take the querent by surprise.
  • Four Knights in a reading can indicate a war or combat situation (e.g. military)

Shadow Side of the Knight of Pentacles

  • As a person
    • A self-centered young man who can be needy and attention seeking. He may believe his talents are greater than they actually are.
  • Figurative meaning
    • The Knight of Pentacles reversed often indicates that finances are at a standstill in some way. 
    • The querent may be feeling shy or timid in some way. 
    • There is a person in the querent’s life who embodies the characteristics listed above and this person is having a negative impact on their life or the situation.
    • This card can also represent letting obsessive-compulsive behavior take over life activities. Being overly focused on material things. Indulging in behavior that is needy and insecure. 

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