Queen of Pentacles

     The Queen of Pentacles is one of the cards of the Minor Arcana, however I have classified it as a Royal because it, like all other Queens, it represents the adult Feminine nature of this particular suit. This, like all other Queens, represents the Matriarchal or parent self. Depicted on this card is a queen sitting on a throne, which is covered with symbols of fruitfullness--cupids, goats, ripe fruit. A rabbit is in the foreground and a bower of roses is above her. She contemplates a pentacle which she holds in her lap.
Keywords for Interpretation
A woman with black hair and black eyes. She is intelligent and thoughtful, a creator on the physical plane. She uses her talents well. Generosity, opulence, security, freedom from material lack.
Duties neglected, dependence on others. Suspicion fear of failure and lack. Mistrust of those close to the seeker.
     There is a myriad of symbolisms on this and many of the other cards in both the major and minor arcana. In order to present a comprehensive and easy to use as a reference source set of pages for this and other cards, I will refrain from going into great detail regarding the individual symbols on the cards. On a future date I will go over the more explicit aspects of them. If you have a question regarding a particular symbol you can email me at Tamerin. I would also like to hear from you on some of your interpretations of this particular card or any other that you would like to discuss. Please use above email link.
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