The Three of Pentacles (Coins) portrays a beautiful background of a cathedral with handsome archway and carvings. A young mason is seen to be at work.
The young man stands on a bench. On the arch above are seen three pentacles in the form of decorative sculpture. Beside the man stand two missionaries. Evidently the man is discussing about his work with the missionaries.
Although the missionaries are more important in rank and profile compared to the young man, they seem to be paying heed to the opinion of the man due to his skill-set and expert knowledge.
Upright Position: This card represents a very down to earth approach – the subject is bound to accomplish the tasks at hand through skill, hard work and willingness to learn. It also implies order and method in any action. In a reading it may imply a stable employment and recognition of hard work. The card also suggests that the seeker has the sensibility to stop and listen to good advices that are meant for the betterment. The card also symbolizes creativity and teamwork.
Reversed Position: Reversed, the card may suggest that appropriate effort is perhaps missing from a job leading to unsatisfactory result – improvisation is the savior here. It may also indicate that a person’s hard work and dedication is going unnoticed by her/his superiors and peers. A lack of teamwork may also be indicated where an environment of unhealthy competition thrives. Overall, this card talks about lack of creativity and also lack of opportunity to get into the limelight.
|Tarot Horoscope||Tarot Card Decks||Tarot Card Meanings|
|Moon||Pope (‘Hierophant’)||Popess (‘High Priestess’)|
|Temperance||Maison Dieu (‘Tower’)||Wheel of Fortune|