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Pentacle Tarot

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Pentacle Tarot
   Pentacle Tarot charms have a tarot card image on one side and a pentacle/pentagram on the other.  There are 78 charms in the Pentacle Tarot. Each Pentacle Tarot charm portrays a unique expression of tarot wisdom.  The tarot is a tool for divination, meditation, and magic. The Pentacle Tarot makes a stylish addition a to any magical toolkit.  

   I packed this entire Pentacle Tarot deck of charms tightly to reduce costs.  The Pentacle Tarot charms are also sold individually.  Check out the individual charms for detailed views of each charm in this deck. 

 Major Arcana
0 The Fool

    The Fool is the wild card of the Pentacle Tarot, holding places before and after the rest of the major arcana, as 0 or XXII.  Depicted is a juggler with the innocent excitement of a child. Every journey begins with a choice and a leap of faith. The Fool brings unexpected opportunities and choices.

I The Magician

    The Magician is the first image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as I.  Depicted is a magician surrounded by a cup, a pentacle, a wand pointing up,and a sword pointing down. It’s time to focus on a new venture.  The Magician reminds us to have faith in our skills and abilities

 II The High Priestess
 
    The High Priestess is the second image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as II.  Depicted is a veiled high priestess under the moon flanked by two complementary pillars. What secrets lie beneath the surface of our mind, hidden deep within our psyche, down to our spiritual core?  The High Priestess uses intuition and esoteric wisdom to reveal secrets and unfulfilled potential.

 III The Empress

    The Empress is the third image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as III.  Depicted is an empress, indicated by laurel leaves, holding a symbol of femininity. She nurtures her children, her marriage, her family, her work, and her creative endeavors to their full potential.  The Empress brings situations to successful fruition.

IV The Emperor

    The Emperor is the fourth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as IV.  Depicted is an emperor, indicated by laurel leaves, holding a symbol of masculinity. His wealth, authority, and ambition places him in a powerful and influential position. The Emperor uses logic and rational decision-making for business success and financial stability for his family.

 V The Hierophant

    The Hierophant is the fifth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as V.  Depicted is a hierophant holding a pair of keys. Community leaders and large institutions provide well established conformity.  The Hierophant finds wisdom in traditional values, moral ethics, and spiritual matters.

 VI The Lovers

    The Lovers is the sixth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as VI.  Depicted are two kissing lovers encircled by a heart and blessed by an angel. Within the union of two spirits in harmony with each other, caring with a passion in their hearts and in their souls, there is love.  The Lovers bring choices about love, relationships, and commitments.

VII The Chariot

    The Chariot is the seventh image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as VII.  Depicted is woman on a chariot led by two nobel creatures. It takes dedicated self-discipline and focus for triumphant success.  The Chariot uses to force of willpower to overcome mental obstacles to success.

VIII Strength

    Strength is the eighth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as VIII.  Depicted is lion head bumping it’s best friend. Feminine qualities such as empathy and patience are more powerful forces of inner strength than most people realize.  Strength takes courage and the use of diplomacy for harmonious cooperation.

 IX The Hermit

    The Hermit is the ninth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as IX.  Depicted is a hermit lighting the night with a lantern. The answers you seek are already within you, if you take the time listen.  The Hermit withdraws from the outside world for quiet introspection to find inner wisdom.

X Wheel of Fortune

    The Wheel of Fortune is the tenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as I.  Depicted are the signs of the zodiac encircling a wheel. Destiny and time seem intertwined by cosmic design.  The Wheel of Fortune brings good luck, positive change, and beginnings to new cycles of progress.

 XI Justice

    Justice is the eleventh image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XI.  Depicted are scales etched with a sword and a blindfolded woman. Think rationally when dealing with legal agreements and documentation.  Justice requires fair and balanced intellectual reasoning.

 XII The Hanged Man

    The Hanged Man is the twelfth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XII.  Depicted is man hanging upside-down by choice. Short-term self-sacrifice is necessary for long-term success. The Hanged Man finds a solution by patiently looking at an issue from a different perspective.

 XIII Death

    Death is the thirteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XIII.  Depicted is a skull surrounded by a flower, mushrooms, an hourglass. Letting go of that which no longer serves us, makes way for something new.  Death of outgrown aspects of our lives bring opportunities for profound change.

 XIV Temperance

    Temperance is the fourteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XIV.  Depicted is split figure mixing the substances of two cups, blessed by a healing angel. Diplomatic blending of two opposing forces requires a compromise.  Temperance brings the balanced emotional moderation needed for unity.

 XV The Devil

    The Devil is the fifteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XV.  Depicted are two people captivated by the devil. Our passionate primal nature, when taken to extremes, can become obsessive, addictive, and controlling.  The Devil helps us recognise negative situations and self-destructive behaviors so we can regain our self-control and freedom.

 XVI The Tower

    The Tower is the sixteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XVI.  Depicted is a tower being struck by lightning compelling people to jump out. Situations built on false beliefs will eventually collapse.  The Tower reveals the truth so that rebuilding can begin on more solid foundations.

XVII The Star

    The Star is the seventeenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XVII.  Depicted is a bright star shaped like a compass rose. With optimistic faith, the healing peaceful energy of the star will light the way.  The Star brings hope for the future.

 XVIII The Moon

    The Moon is the eighteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XVIII.  Depicted is the moon encircled by the phases of the moon. By the light of the moon, our dreams show hidden secrets within our subconscious minds.  The Moon’s illusory nature reminds us to make sure we are seeing the situation clearly and rationally before jumping to conclusions.

 XIX The Sun

    The Sun is the nineteenth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XIX.  Depicted is bold and beautiful sun. Enjoy good health, wealth, happiness and success. The Sun shines truth and clarity on any situation.

 XX Judgement

    Judgement is the twentieth image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XX.  Depicted are people rising to the sound of an angel blowing a horn. All of our actions eventually produce consequences.  Judgement take a moment to assess previous actions and their consequences in preparation for rejuvenation and new beginnings.

 XXI The World

    The World is the twenty-first image of the major arcana of the Pentacle Tarot, numbered as XXI.  Depicted is a planet with laurel leaves among the stars. Hard work and dedication is well rewarded in triumphant glory.  The World brings a long terms goal to a successful fulfilling completion.
 Minor Arcana
 Wands
 Ace of Wands

 The Ace of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted is a large enchanting wand. The Ace of Wands represents the beginning of an exciting idea for a new direction in life, a new project, or a new business venture.

 Two of Wands

 The Two of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot. Depicted are a decorative arrangement of two wands. The Two of Wands represents making a choice about which path to take on a goal, a partnership, or collaboration.

 Three of Wands

 The Three of Wand is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of three wands. The Three of Wands represents success on first steps, progressing toward the goal.

 Four of Wands

 The Four of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of four wands. The Four of Wands represents progress to the point of first rewards, stability, or time with family.

 Five of Wands

 The Five of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of five wands. The Five of Wands represents the need to avoid conflicts and other disruptions along the path to success.

 Six of Wands

 The Six of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of six wands. The Six of Wands represents recognition of success and assurance of movement in the right direction.

 Seven of Wands

 The Seven of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of seven wands. The Seven of Wands represents power to courageously standing up for oneself.

 Eight of Wands

 The Eight of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of eight wands. The Eight of Wands represents swift activity, news, or travel.

 Nine of Wands

 The Nine of Wands, impressed upon this charm, is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of nine wands. The Nine of Wands represents gathering the reserves of energy, strength, and determination needed for completion.

 Ten of Wands

 The Ten of Wands is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of ten wands. The Ten of Wands represents the need to reconsider the amount of work being done, if there is a better way to do it, or if it is still worth the effort.

 Page of Wands

 The Page of Wands is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   A page displays the wand suit flag. The Page of Wands can represent a cheerful child. The Page of Wands brings exciting news.

 Knight of Wands

 The Knight of Wands is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  A knight carries the wand suit shield. The Knight of Wands can represent an adventurous young adult.  The Knight of Wands takes action in the interest of travel.

 Queen of Wands

 The Queen of Wands is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot. The Queen of Wands sits on a throne surrounded by symbols of her suit.  The Queen of Wands can represent a cheerful active woman. The Queen of Wands keeps herself busy volunteering and running errands.

 King of Wands

 The King of Wands is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The King of Wands sits on a throne flanked by symbols of his suit. The King of Wands can represent an energetic creative man.  The King of Wands keeps himself busy sports and as entrepreneurs.
 Cups

 Ace of Cups

 The Ace of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted is a large enchanting cup. The Ace of Cups represents the blissful birth of a new relationship, a new romance, or a new baby.

 Two of Cups

 The Two of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of two cups. The Two of Cups represents making a choice about a relationship commitment or reconciliation.

 Three of Cups

 The Three of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of three cups. The Three of Cups represents celebrations with friends and family.

 Four of Cups

 The Four of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of four cups. The Four of Cups represents a lack of interest may cause missed opportunities.

 Five of Cups

 The Five of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of five cups. The Five of Cups represents feelings of disappointment, humiliation, or loss in a relationship may cause cloudy judgement.

 Six of Cups

 The Six of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of six cups. The Six of Cups represents a sense of nostalgia and harmony within a relationship.

 Seven of Cups

 The Seven of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of seven cups. The Seven of Cups represents considering the possibilities, but making final choices based in reality rather than fantasy.

 Eight of Cups

 The Eight of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of eight cups. The Eight of Cups represents abandoning of that which is no longer emotionally fulfilling.

 Nine of Cups

 The Nine of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of nine cups. The Nine of Cups represents pleasant fulfillment of material, emotional, and sensual desires.

 Ten of Cups

 The Ten of Cups is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of ten cups. The Ten of Cups represents happiness with enduring true love and marital bliss.

 Page of Cups

 The Page of Cups is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  A page displays the cup suit flag. The Page of Cups can represent a creative child. The Page of Cups brings emotional news.

 Knight of Cups

 The Knight of Cups is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  A knight carries the cup suit shield. The Knight of Cups can represent a romantic young adult.  The Knight of Cups takes action in the interest of love.

 Queen of Cups

 The Queen of Cups is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The Queen of Cups sits on a throne surrounded by symbols of her suit. The Queen of Cups can represent a creative empathic woman.  The Queen of Cups is found in the healing, teaching, or creative arts.

 King of Cups

 The King of Cups is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The King of Cups sits on a throne flanked by symbols of his suit. The King of Wands can represent a helpful creative man.  The King of Wands is found in teaching, healing, consulting roles.
 Swords

 Ace of Swords

 The Ace of Sword is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted is a large enchanting sword. The Ace of Swords represents the focus and clarity of thought needed to carry out the goal.

 Two of Swords

 The Two of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of two swords. The Two of Swords represents a need to look at the situation more clearly before making a choice.

 Three of Swords

 The Three of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of three swords. The Three of Swords represents a heartbreak, conflict, or a separation in a relationship or family.

 Four of Swords

 The Four of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of four swords. The Four of Swords represents a need to retreat for rest and rejuvenation.

 Five of Swords

 The Five of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of five swords. The Five of Swords represents the need to act ethically and to avoid feelings of humiliation and deceit.

 Six of Swords

 The Six of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of six swords. The Six of Swords represents a long harmonious physical or emotional journey.

 Seven of Swords

 The Seven of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot. Depicted are a decorative arrangement of seven swords.  The Seven of Swords can represent a clever idea or a warning of deceitfulness.

 Eight of Swords

 The Eight of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of eight swords. The Eight of Swords represents repetitive negative thoughts contributing to a lack of confidence and clouding perception.

 Nine of Swords

 The Nine of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of nine swords. The Nine of Swords represents a need to see the situation more clearly with hope for the future to overcome feelings of grief, devastation, or fear.

 Ten of Swords

 The Ten of Swords is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  Depicted are a decorative arrangement of ten swords. The Ten of Swords can represent feelings of grief at the end of a difficult cycle.

 Page of Swords

 The Page of Swords is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  A page displays the sword suit flag. Page of Swords can represent a cautious l child. The Page of Swords brings cautionary news.

 Knight of Swords

 The Knight of Swords is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.. A knight carries the sword suit shield.  The Knight of Swords can represent a courageous young adult. The Knight of Swords takes action in the interest of justice.

    Queen of Swords

 The Queen of Swords is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The Queen of Swords sits on a throne surrounded by symbols of her suit. The Queen of Swords can represent a strong independent woman.  The Queen of Swords may be found in leadership roles in support of a just causes.

 King of Swords

 The King of Swords is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The King of Swords sits on a throne flanked by symbols of his suit. The King of Wands can represent a responsible authoritative man.  The King of Wands may be found in law enforcement or investigative work.
 Pentacles
 Ace of Pentacles

 The Ace of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted is a large enchanting pentacle. The Ace of Pentacles represents the beginning of new profitable endeavors or financial documents.

 Two of Pentacles

 The Two of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of two pentacles. The Two of Pentacles represents juggling multiple activities, maintaining a home and work life balance, or communicating about financial matters.

 Three of Pentacles

 The Three of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of Three pentacles. The Three of Pentacles represents recognition for excellent work.

 Four of Pentacles

 The Four of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of four pentacles. The Four of Pentacles represents financial stability with feeling of gratitude and generosity.

 Five of Pentacles

 The Five of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of five pentacles. The Five of Pentacles represents the need to plan for financial, physical, or emotional hardship.

 Six of Pentacles

 The Six of Pentacle is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of six pentacles. The Six of Pentacles represents harmonious financial success with the opportunity to generously share with others.

 Seven of Pentacles

 The Seven of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of seven pentacles. The Seven of Pentacles represents reaping the rewards for a job well done and planning for the future.

 Eight of Pentacles

 The Eight of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of eight pentacles. The Eight of Pentacles represents continued progress to perfecting once craft with the possibility for vocational or educational advancement.

 Nine of Pentacles

 The Nine of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of nine pentacles. The Nine of Pentacles represents the financial success and security gained by dedicated work and project completion.

 Ten of Pentacles

 The Ten of Pentacles is a pip of the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.   Depicted are a decorative arrangement of ten pentacles. The Ten of Pentacles represents enjoying wealth and financial security with family including through inheritance, so make sure to have financial documents in order.

 Page of Pentacles

 The Page of Pentacles is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  A page displays the pentacle suit flag. The Page of Pentacles can represent a studious child.  The Page of Pentacles brings fascinating news.

 Knight of Pentacles

 The Knight of Pentacles is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot..  A knight carries the pentacle suit shield. The Knight of Pentacles can represent a reliable young adult.  The Knight of Cups takes action in the interest of nature.

 Queen of Pentacles

 The Queen of Pentacles is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot..  The Queen of Pentacles sits on a throne surrounded by symbols of her suit. The Queen of Pentacles can represent a practical generous woman.  The Queen of Pentacles is found running her own business or doing work related to the environment or finance.

 King of Pentacles

 The King of Pentacles is a member of the court in the minor arcana of the Pentacle Tarot.  The King of Pentacles sits on a throne flanked by symbols of his suit. The King of Wands can represent a practical generous man.  The King of Wands is found land financial investing.
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