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The Seven of Pentacles
After building a business and losing a business, our Pentacle man learned some valuable lessons. He learned that greed and selfishness is not the way to run a business. And, he learned that giving is always better than receiving. The Seven of Pentacles takes a look at the results of this change.

The Six of Pentacles
The Five of Pentacles finds our Pentacle character living in abject poverty, or so he believes. But when all seems lost, fate has a way of stepping in and changing it all around again. The Six of Pentacles offers a second chance to get it right.

The Five of Pentacles
The Five of Pentacles basically explains the ebb and flow of finances. But, it also represents the spiritual aspect of abundance. Material possessions should never be the most important part of anyone's life. Sometimes the more you have the less you are able to live a rich and prosperous life.

The Four of Pentacles
The interesting thing about the suit of Pentacles is that it describes the natural evolution of one's relationship with finances. If your relationship with money takes precedence over everything else in your life, you might be a prime example of the what the Four of Pentacles symbolizes.

The Three of Pentacles
The Fool's journey through the Land of Tarot brings him face to face with the Pentacle people. He learned about juggling finances in the Two of Pentacles. In the Three of Pentacles he learns to make some very wise choices.

The Two of Pentacles
The suit of Pentacles represents income, money, career, prosperity, and all things having to do with the workings of finances. Whether the investments of time, assets, and energy are worth the financial profit involved are basically what Pentacles are all about.

The Pentacle People
The People who dwell in the Pentacle realm of Tarot are the business folk. They are apt to be accountants, bankers, bookkeepers and corporate executives. Pentacle people love money and how it works.

Major Arcana Sample Reading
The Celtic Cross reading can be a very powerful and revealing tool, especially when only the Major Arcana cards are involved. Here is a sample reading to help you to understand how to keep focused and in tune with the information you are receiving from the cards and also from your own intuition.

The Celtic Cross Spread
The Celtic Cross is perhaps one of the best known of all the Tarot spreads. It's a quick way to take a snapshot look at any given situation. It is also versatile enough to use in conjunction with other readings and tools of divination.

Major Arcana Spreads
The Major Arcana is the main focus of Tarot. The characters are archetypes of every person's life journey. Getting to know the characters individually and as a group is a vital aspect to understanding the depth and perception that Tarot can offer.

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