Three of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Earth, grounding, steady and stable. Material concerns.
Keywords and Phrases:
Master craftsman, work skills.
Three of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings
Two Pentacles are displayed in pride of place above the blacksmith’s forge and known place of work, as testament to his talent and ability as a skilled master of his craft. Surrounded by the tools of his trade he inspects his handiwork in the third Pentacle with an expression of pride and satisfaction.
When the Three of Pentacles appears in a reading it usually shows work that you’re good at and enjoy and others recognise your ability within this. Unlike the apprentice learning their skill in the Eight of Pentacles, the Three shows a master craftsman who has served his time and perfected his art. It’s normally work that you’re already skilled at doing, so it doesn’t usually represent new work but something you’re already accomplished in, a familiar field, or where you have previous experience to a good degree.
If reversed, poor workmanship, frustrated efforts at work, not being recognised for talents, dissatisfied with position or accomplishments.
Three of Pentacles Tarot Card Combinations
Three of Pentacles > Three of Wands > Four of Wands: Progress in the workplace brings successful endeavours and a sense of stability.
Two of Cups > Two of Wands > Three of Pentacles: Partnership in love and work.
Three of Pentacles > Seven of Cups: Career choices, work opens up options but make realistic choices.
Three of Pentacles > The Moon > Nine of Swords: Uncertainty over career matters causes worry and concern.
Judgement > Three of Pentacles: Can be the revival of a previous profession, a career resurrected with roots in the past.
The Sun > Three of Pentacles > The Star: Shining success in your work should also bring public recognition and holds good promise for the future.
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