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The Fifteen Card Spread
The Fifteen Card Spread is a great "snapshot" of a situation. It is actually five Three Card Spreads representing different aspects in a past, present and future context. It can be particularly useful when used with just the Minor or the Major Arcana cards.

The Ten of Pentacles
The Pentacle man has made it all the way through the Land of Pentacles. He started out as a young man attempting to start a business on a shoe string to being a very successful and happily married middle aged philanthropist and world renown business executive. And now, he is ready to retire.

The Nine of Pentacles
Self Mastery and hard work are the key elements when it comes to the suit of Pentacles. And, our Pentacle man has certainly worked his way upwards to a place of well earned abundance. His business is thriving, growing and helping the community as well. But, something is missing...

The Eight of Pentacles
Our Pentacle man has really been through a lot. In the Seven of Pentacles, he saw his hopes and dreams starting to come to fruition. And now, as he visits the Eight of Pentacles, he must decide whether or not he wants to expand and grow his already thriving business.

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.

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