Answer a Witchcraft Question from Google Series: #1

Bright Blessings Witches, Witchlings, and Witchlets! Today’s post kicks off a new Printable Witchcraft series – Answer a Witchcraft Question from Google. I, the Resident Witch of both Printable Witchcraft and Candle Cross Coven, will be answering these queries that range from the very simple to the more complex. So without further ado, let’s get into it!

“Can I put Tarot cards in my wallet with my money?”


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Now I admit that the very first thought I had was actually a mental image of someone who had stuffed their wallet with all 78 Tarot cards. One back pocket was MUCH larger than the other and the person struggled to walk evenly.


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Funny image aside, the Tarot can be used for manifestation efforts. I say this because I believe the querent is asking this question to aid in attracting more money based on the mention of their wallet.


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You most certainly can.

Having said that, it does well to remember that our tools, whether that be Tarot cards, pendulums, runes, herbs, etc. do not contain magick. They are simply tools for us to put our own magick into. Take a baseball bat for instance. The bat is a tool that can be used for very different intentions – to play a game, to hit someone, to break into a car, etc. The person using the bat sets their intention. The same goes for magickal tools.

WE are the magick. The Tarot cards can certainly act as magnetic attractors if that is the intention we put into them.


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If you are interested in putting a Tarot card or two in your wallet or purse, the following are some that align with the manifestation of wealth and money.

-The Empress (among other representations) is associated with abundance and the planet Venus which rules money

-The Sun is associated with success of all kinds

-The Ace of Pentacles, also known as the ‘lottery card’, represents new businnes ventures, bonuses, and raises

-The Six of Pentacles is associated with generosity, personal wealth, and being in a healthy relationship with money

-The Ten of Pentacles, also known as the ‘retirement card’, represents financial and material prosperity

-Pages in the Tarot are considered to be messengers, bringing news when they make an appearance in a reading. The Page of Pentacles represents messages of financial gain through a better job, promotion, raise, or that new fruitful clients are on the way

-The Nine of Cups, also known as the ‘wish card’, represents that wishes are coming true


Well, there you have it Witches. Thank you for joining me in the very first post in this series. I hope that it’s given some insight into using Tarot cards for something other than doing a reading. As always, Bright Blessings and Happy Crafting!

Published by Pie

Pie Ankiewicz is the Resident Witch of Printable Witchcraft and sister-site Candle Cross Coven. She is a seasoned Eclectic Witch whose practice spans over three decades. Residing in Massachusetts, Pie designs printable Book of Shadows and grimoire pages, blogs about the Craft, and teaches others how to pursue being a practitioner.

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