This post is part of the Tarot Blog Hop series for Lammas. Each post looks to answer the topic “The Fruits of Harvest.” If you are following this thread you will have gotten here from from a post by Morgan Drake Eckstein. The link to the next post in this series can be found at the end of this post. Please take a moment to subscribe to my blog while you are here either via RSS or email.
Pentacles: The Fruits of Harvest
For me the fruit of the harvest is all about patience. It takes time for the ground to be prepared. It takes time for the seeds to be planted. It takes water, sun, and of course time for them to grow. Then it takes time to harvest everything and maybe more time to prepare it after that.
The four court cards in the suit of disks all have a lesson for us around time and most importantly patience. To keep with the theme of the blog hop they also all are farmers. Let’s take a look at them.
To see the next post in this series of Tarot blog hop please click through to Koneta Bailey.
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What is the Tarot Blog Hop? This sprung up out of an offhand remark made by Stephanie Arwen Lynch on her Facebook page. The Tarot Blog Hop is when a group of bloggers all blog on the same question/topic and link to the blogger before them and the blogger after them to create a Tarot Train.
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