Nine of Pentacles Keywords
|Upright Keywords||Reversed Keywords|
|rewarded efforts, success, achievement, independence, leisure, material security, self-sufficiency||being guarded, living beyond means, material instability, reckless spending, superficiality|
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Nine of Pentacles Tarot Card Description
The Nine of Pentacles depicts a woman in the middle of a vineyard. The woman wears what appears to be a long, luxurious dress adorned with sunflowers. She seems to be part of a wealthy house, for in the far background, we see a castle. A falcon is sitting peacefully and playfully on her left hand. The vines behind her are rich and filled with grapes and golden coins, signaling that she has been very successful in her ventures, which are yielding a great and plentiful harvest.
Upright Nine of Pentacles Meaning …
Initiation, Something Concealed, A Secret Thing
Deep, inner trans formative powers are interacting, but what you are going to get out of them isn’t easy to recognize. An integrity – concealed, disguised, secretly hidden. After all, what is going to heal us and our soul is a deep mystery. On the side of the material world there probably will be surprises; unexpected profits are nothing to be excluded. Nothing less than a renewal your spirit is the risk you take. The old way found its end: You simply cannot repeat the old things any longer without suffering. However, you always have a chance: Either you see all negative as a “misfortune”, or you recognize the entire as a hindrance stretch, an inaugural way that you have to follow at this moment.
Triple goddess, life/death/rebirth, trinity, love – romance
Some people read this witches rune as a flower – new life, birth, fertility, love. I tend to read it more like the triquetra – life/death/rebirth cycles, triple goddess, etc. It’s completely up to you how YOU interpret these!
The first of the last five letters, Ea stands for the sound Ea, but is sometimes known as Koad, which corresponds to the letter K. Like the ogham Eadha, the Ea is also symbolic to aspen or white poplar and is associated with the dead and the otherworld. In modern interpretation, it’s associated with attracting the harmonies of life through spiritual growth.