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Four of Pentacles
by Rhiannon

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A yellow house is surrounded by a locked fence, the windows are barred and there is a sign that says "Beware of Dog". The stepping stones leading to the gate are in the form of 4 Pentacles.


The symbolism in this card is that of a very well guarded house. One that most people would stay away from! The bars, fence and dog are there to keep the house and it's occupants safe and protected.

Card Meaning

Protection, security, making sure your investment is kept safe. This could also be the more traditional "miser" card in that you want to keep burglars out and away from your stuff!

Artistic Media

Colored pencils and Macromedia Fireworks.

Artist's Bio

Rhiannon is a stay at home mom to her 3 children (2 boys and a girl) and her cat, Mabon. She has a fairly wonderful husband who supports her in her spiritual and not so spiritual efforts. She has been studying tarot off and on for 12 years. She is also interested in runes, oracles and numerology. She lives in Virginia near Washington DC and she hates traffic.

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