The queen of pentacles tarot card depicts a woman alone with nature. She is at peace with her role and at this place in life. In some tarot decks, her crown may have branches coming out of it, or even just be made of branches and leaves.
Remember that pentacles is the rune of earth. This card is one that is firmly working together with nature.
I suggest, while looking at this card description, you have your tarot deck in front of you and decide for yourself if you agree with the feelings on this page or if the card represents something entirely different to you.
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A few words to describe the card:
Caring, protective, safe space, security
Queen of Pentacles
The Queen of Pentacles tarot card is the connection of earth to water. The connection of being grounded with emotions. The calmness of water coexisting with earth, quietly creating life around by feeding all of the plants.
The Rider Tarot deck has a woman sitting in a throne looking at the pentacle. She is at peace with her surroundings, and is happy with what she has created.
This is the person you come to when your life may be turbulent and you want the answers. She has them. She is confident in life and is grounded. This makes her easy to talk to, and may even give you ideas you didn’t even know you were looking for.
When you see this card in your life, it can represent a person in your life that makes you feel secure. Alternatively, it can represent making sure that you’ve taken care of yourself before taking care of others. Ensure you’re watering and feeding yourself to be able to continue learning and growing.
Still confused about the meanings of the cards? A few tools that have been really helpful for me have been: practice, taking the time to look at each card, read books like Tarot: Learn How to Read and Interpret the Cards by Kim Arnold.