Two of Pentacles: general, standing and reversed meaning 2017-02-27T09:21:46+00:00

Two of Pentacles, general description

Two of Pentacles is the 71st card of the Major Arcana. It is part of Fatecaster’s Tarot card list that summarizes the Rider Waite Tarot cards’ meaning.

Two of Pentacles is the card of the playful decision and the carefree indecision. It shows that we can catch the waves of life and get over ups and downs without any difficulties.

This playful attitude, depending on our view of life and the area depicted by the card, not only can be interpreted ingenious, sleek, funny, spontaneous and refreshing but also unscrupulous, helpful willingness to compromise, mobility and adapting flexibility as well. Thus this card embraces a wide spectrum, from the mentality of those swimming with the tide to the profound wisdom of the fool.

Two of Pentacles Tarot Card

Two of Pentacles (change), standing

Balance and harmony in times of change and chaos. One step back two forward. In order to keep everything in motion you have to rethink the priority of the things surrounding you. It can mean a new job or moving place.

 

Two of Pentacles (change), reversed

Insecurity and the lack of harmony amidst chaos. Two steps back, one forward. The priority affecting yourself isn’t good thus it causes confusion in your life. Diligent and unreliable actions. Exaggerated effort with insignificant results.