Archeon Tarot Knight of Pentacles


For generations, his family had served the king...

Knight of Pentacles represents: dependability, practicality, trustworthiness, convention, perseverance, finances and business improve, journeys, positive outcome for long standing issue.

Knight of Pentacles inverted represents: complacency, tedium, lack of progress, idleness, apathy, depression, a situation not worth the effort, banging your head against the wall.

Notice fully suited in armor, coins/Pentacles in background.

The suit of Pentacles represents the body and the physical world. It is also associated with the element of earth. In the Archeon Tarot, the suit often indicates a more masculine perspective than in the traditional Tarot.


Looking at this card, I see a "brown bear" in front of the knight. A show of strength and courage and confidence. I think that this young man is battling some kind of demon=addiction maybe and is trying to be strong and confident that he can do this.

Does that make sense?