Archeon Tarot Seven of Pentacles


At peace in the garden of golden delight...

Seven of Pentacles represents: period of growth, patience, waiting, planning, nurturing, assessment, a time of reflection, choices may need to be made.

Seven of Pentacles inverted represents: anxiety, melancholy, hopelessness, an expectant outlook, broken promises over money.

Notice red aura of entire card, silhouette of head and hand (inner thoughts?).

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.


It's interesting that she is translucent - if makes me feel like she is so much a part of her garden that she can't reap the benefits. Like picking a fruit is akin to pulling out a piece of her flesh. It's already a part of her, so pulling that pentacle down has no reward.

There's such an ethereal vibe to this card, in such a grounded suit. I'm well used to the feeling of contemplation in the 7 of Pents in general, but this card carries more weight in the idea of contemplating what you've put into a situation, but not in terms of physical labour, but what of your soul is in it, you know?

We spend so much time in life evaluating worth from physical output. What if we valued spiritual expansion instead?