75-Knight of Pentacles – Upright Rider Waite Deck

Your Chosen Card – Knight of Pentacles Upright Rider Waite Deck

Knights correspond to the element Fire, suggesting that action, enterprise, excitement, and novelty are coming into your life. When upright, the Knight of Pentacles represents a patient and hardworking individual whose chief aim is in getting the job done right. His main focus is on financial and material well-being so that at times he may seem emotionally unavailable as he spends most of his time working. Nonetheless, he is dependable and trustworthy – a good provider – and he will offer the querent a strong sense of security.

Keywords Upright: Patient, calm, dependable, orderly, reliable, steady, predictable, useful, hardworking, productive, economical, conservative, thorough, methodical, service-oriented, thoughtful, profitable, grounded, practical, well regulated; a hard worker, a good provider, a workhorse; a long-standing situation.

Decans/Timing: 20 Leo to 20 Virgo. Tropical, 12 August–12 September. Sidereal, 06 September–07 October.
Astrology: Fire of Earth.
Associated Trumps: The Sun and the Hermit.

Rider Waite: He rides a slow, enduring, heavy horse, to which his own aspect corresponds. He exhibits his symbol, but does not look therein. Divinatory Meanings: Utility, serviceableness, interest, responsibility, rectitude – all on the normal and external plane; (R) inertia, idleness, repose of that kind, stagnation; also placidity, discouragement, carelessness.

When Knight of Pentacles is upright you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise.  If Knight of Pentacles is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Knight of Pentacles is trying to tell you.  If you had a particular issue in  mind, or want to seek clarification on something else, you can also choose again to get more guidance.

This chosen card is part of your upright card reading for Knight of Pentacles using cards from the Rider Waite Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Ruled by communicative Mercury the messenger of the gods, Virgo comes sixth in the zodiac. Virgo the Virgin, an adaptable mutable sign, is associated with the Hermit, trump IX. The Knight of Pentacles falls largely under Virgo, a sign whose natives are characterized by these traits:

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Creative Tarot: It’s not just visual artists who were drawn to the tarot. Writers have used the cards as a storytelling technique for centuries now. That ranges from the hokey (a young adult protagonist visits a fortune-teller who reveals her true fate via the cards, which sends her off on a grand adventure, and so on) to the more sophisticated.

Complete Book of Tarot: When the French conquered Milan and the Piedmont of northern Italy in 1499, they brought the Italian game of trionfi back with them to southern France. The tarot became popular in the city of Marseille, which grew into a major center of playing card manufacture in Europe. The tarot decks produced there, for obvious reasons, became known as the Tarot of Marseille. The pattern and arrangement of the Marseille’s seventy-eight cards became the standard against which later decks would be measured. The Tarot of Marseille became the most widely used deck in non-English-speaking countries.

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Tarot Triumphs: Lately, for the purposes of researching this book (or so I tell myself), I have bought more packs from the much wider selection of traditional Tarot now available. The Golden Tarot, for instance, is a gorgeous historical reproduction of the fifteenth-century Visconti-Sforza pack, with sensitive restorations of three missing cards. Reproductions of key Marseilles packs, such as the 1701 Madénie and the 1761 Conver Tarots, are also valued acquisitions to my collection.3 But for the purposes of historical study and comparing packs, there is now a wealth of digital imagery available online. The British Museum collection online is an excellent place to start, via a search for Tarot cards in its vast digital photo library. Images can also be emailed to you without charge if they are purely for private study.4 I love to lose myself in the images of historic Tarot packs that I’ve downloaded and printed out. The only cost, although admittedly not cheap, is that of the printing ink.