Two of Pentacles :-

 

 

Change : Jupiter : Capricorn

A young man, in the act of dancing, has a pentacle in either hand, and they are joined by that endless cord which is like the number 8 reversed.
On the one hand it is represented as a card of gaiety, recreation and its connexions, which is the subject of the design; but it is read also as news and messages in writing, as obstacles, agitation, trouble, embroilment.
Additional Meanings: Troubles are more imaginary than real.
Reversed
Two of Pentacles, Enforced gaiety, simulated enjoyment, literal sense, handwriting, composition, letters of exchange.
Additional Meanings:
Bad omen, ignorance, injustice.
Change means to exchange or convert something, to substitute on for another. A reciprocal exchange.
The Two of Disks shows the interchange of the new and old, which usually goes around in circles. You want to make the change, but you have not committed to either the old or the new so you experience uncertainty. The solution is to either stop and take stock, or take a direction. Either way, going round in circles is a waste of energy.
The Two of Pentacles was of old time called the Lord of Harmonious Change. Now, more simply, Change; and here the doctrine must be stated a little more clearly. This suit being of Earth, there is a connection with the Princesses, and therefore with the final Heh of Tetragrammaton. Earth is the throne of Spirit; having got to the bottom, one immediately comes out again at the top. Hence, the card manifests the symbolism of the serpent of the endless band.
Lord of Harmonious Change
Change, especially that change that brings stability to a situation or relationship.
Embarrassment, Worry, Difficulties.
Reversed
Two of Pentacles
Letter, Missive, Epistle, Message.
Embarrassment, Obstacle, Engagement, Obstruction, Tear, Snag. Trouble, Upset, Emotion, Awkward Position, Confusion, Difficulty, Unexpected Obstacle, In Error, Obscurity. Agitation, Anxiety, Perplexity, Concern.
Reversed
Two of Coins
Note, Written Document, Handwriting, Text, Literature, Doctrine, Erudition, Written Work, Book, Production, Composition, Dispatch, Epistle, Missive. Written Character. Literal Sense, Alphabet, Elements, Principles, Bill of Exchange.
TRADITION
Embarrassment, obstacles, obstruction, emotion, confusion, difficulty, hindrance, unrest, etc. Reversed it is given as message, writing, doctrine, literature, work, book, production, composition, epistle, elements, principles; cheques. Another version gives: “A card of gaiety, recreation and its connections.” (W.)
CONCLUSION
Good work, reasonable satisfaction, satisfactory results, agreeable occupations, but a warning to use economy in the display of one’s forces, means, money and health; difficulty of choice; trustworthy and good servants; good treatment of same; joy, gaiety, recreation, etc. Feeling of physical well-being. It must denote also machinery, technics, abilities in these.