The Knight of Pentacles works for the Royal Court under the direction of the King and this Knight is on a mission to complete his assignment.
The appearance of the Knight of Pentacles in the seeker’s reading indicates that something is going to change because the Knight brings the change!
The Knight of Pentacles represents the seeker or outside influences: a friend, someone that may want to court the seeker (a potential lover), boss, client, tutor, mentor, student or even an open enemy.
12: Knight of Pentacles = Earth (Virgo). First decan, August 23–September 1 = Mercury (extremely methodical, precise, analyzer, high standards, works hard); second decan, September 2–12 = Saturn (ambitious, determined perfectionist); third decan, September 13–22 = Venus (speaks, writes and communicates with confidence, loves attention, needs to be in the right environment to feel secure, takes risks related to love).
Note: Each zodiac sign is divided into three divisions called decans, and these decans are ten days apart. Each decan describes the traits and characteristics of a particular zodiac sign that is related to the archetype of each Tarot Card.
Symbolism: The Knight of Pentacles proceeds at a moderate pace and rides a faithful and seasoned work horse. This Knight is a dedicated worker that works methodically to achieve his goals. The Knight’s helmet and the horse’s crown are decorated with oak leaves. These oak leaves signify that the Knight and his/her horse are a team, and they are strong and sturdy like the oak tree. No matter what storms and difficulties arise, this Knight never gives up because he/she is deeply rooted in their beliefs and determined to succeed.
Upright represents that the Knight may want to court the seeker and comes in their life as a potential lover. The Knight might come as a friend to help the seeker. The Knight might represent a new job lead, interview, or a promotion opportunity. The appearance of the Knight might represent a new client that needs help and the magic of possibilities. The Knight might represent a mentor or tutor that comes into the seeker’s life to help them with their studies. The Knight might represent an open enemy that the seeker is not aware of, and the enemy’s intentions are hidden and not revealed yet.
If the Knight comes into the seeker’s life as a romantic relationship; know that he/she might not stay long because their goals and desires are pulling them away. The Knight of Pentacles is trustworthy and usually has good intentions. However, I do not trust any of the Knights. The seeker needs to pull a clarifying card and cross the Knight to see if the energies are positive or negative to understand the Knights intentions and if the Knight is going to stay.
Reverse represents the Knight of Pentacles will leave as fast as he/she came, or the Knight may keep the seeker waiting and hide his/her true intentions. The Knight of Pentacles might stand the seeker up for a date. The reverse meaning also indicates surprises and cancelations that the seeker did not expect. The reverse meaning is related to a friend that promised to show up and help the seeker, but never showed up. The seeker’s new job lead, interview, or promotion opportunity took a turn for the worse. The seeker had a bad experience with their boss, and received a bad performance review, or the seeker got their pink slip. The seeker cannot find the right mentor or tutor to help them with their studies. The seeker meets the open enemy that they were not aware of, and their hidden intentions are now revealed.
The reverse position represents something that the seeker did not anticipate might occur and disrupt their life and bring troubled times.
Timing is usually immediate or 1-12 days or the spring season.
With Love & Joy,
© Safina 2014
Knight of Pentacles (The Rider-Waite Tarot, WR78)
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