King Of Pentacles

King Of Pentacles

What Does King Of Pentacles Tarot Card Mean? Keywords: Wealth, responsibility, king of industry, patient, loyal, sensuous,love of luxury, possessive, steadfast, miser, cheap, bully, stubborn, jealousy, unwilling to take risks, financial increases, creation of a new business, large companies, insufficient monies, delays with grants and loans.

King Of Pentacles Meanings And Description

The King of Pentacles is a man of practicality. He is the type of man that accomplishes a great deal within the physical plane. In other words, he has the ability to manifest his ideas through dedication and determination. His achievements are the result of his perseverance and persistent efforts. He tends to have a conservative world view and avoids taking risks. The King of Pentacles is well organized and successful in business. Due to his stable nature, the King of Pentacles often has people emotionally dependent on him. He is a great provider, dedicated to his family and community. His parenting style is predictable, but consistent.

Tarot Cards Upright And Reversed Meanings

King Of Pentacles Upright

King Of Pentacles Upright Meaning

The King of Pentacles is a wealthy and practical man whose caution and sense of responsibility has made him successful in business.

His foresight and patience allow him to plan for most practicalities and probabilities; he is rarely caught off guard.

A loyal friend and lover, the King of Pentacles loves the finer things in life.

Conservative and reliable, he prefers traditional environments and proven concepts.

He may be possessive but this is partly due to his needs for security and his big heart.

King Of Pentacles Reverse

King Of Pentacles Reversed Meaning

The King of Pentacles is usually a boring stick-in-the-mud when reversed.

His stubbornness makes him a bully who won't consider anything he isn't familiar with.

Tight with money, his miserly behaviour could be seen as simply cheap.

His conservatism limits his business opportunities - unwilling to take any risks, big or small, good opportunities pass him by.