Posts tagged ‘Ace of Pentacles’

July 27, 2011

Ace of Pentacles

Robin Wood Tarot: The Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles indicates wealth and stability. You will be getting something that has long been desired. This ‘wealth’ need not have monetary value because there are some good things in life that cannot be bought. Since it is an Ace, it also deals with beginnings and new starts – it doesn’t necessarily have to be something obviously new – it could also indicate a new perception on an old issue. Throw something new into an old construct, stir the pot and see what comes of it.

July 25, 2011

Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles indicates wealth and stability. You will be getting something that has long been desired. This ‘wealth’ need not have monetary value because there are some good things in life that cannot be bought. Since it is an Ace, it also deals with beginnings and new starts – it doesn’t necessarily have to be something obviously new – it could also indicate a new perception on an old issue. Throw something new into an old construct, stir the pot and see what comes of it.

May 10, 2011

Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles indicates wealth and stability. You will be getting something that has long been desired. This ‘wealth’ need not have monetary value because there are some good things in life that cannot be bought. Since it is an Ace, it also deals with beginnings and new starts – it doesn’t necessarily have to be something obviously new – it could also indicate a new perception on an old issue. Throw something new into an old construct, stir the pot and see what comes of it.

April 25, 2011

Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles indicates wealth and stability. You will be getting something that has long been desired. This ‘wealth’ need not have monetary value because there are some good things in life that cannot be bought. Since it is an Ace, it also deals with beginnings and new starts – it doesn’t necessarily have to be something obviously new – it could also indicate a new perception on an old issue. Throw something new into an old construct, stir the pot and see what comes of it.

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