Tarot Suit of Pentacles

tarot card pentacles

The Suit of Pentacles, also known as Coins, symbolizes the classical Earth element. It is connected to the North direction and deals with job security, wealth, home, investments, and other things related to material possessions.

There is pretty much a huge percentage that when a Coin card appears in your spread, it can take over your reading alongside other suits. When mundane desires, material assets, and money are the subjects, you have to cope with it with a pragmatic mind. No less than that. So, to prepare you for your reading, let us take a look at the meaning of each card in this suit.

Ace

Upright: New prospect, opportunity, fresh beginning, successful venture.

Reversed: Impediments, loss of opportunity.

Two

Upright: Ability to manage conflict of interests and priorities well, life balance.

Reversed: Confusion, panic, disorder.

Three

Upright: Teamwork, successful projects and partnerships.

Reversed: Work not paying off, restlessness.

Four

Upright: Financial stability, great money management.

Reversed: Self-indulgence, greed, overwhelmed by material acquisitions.

Five

Upright: Financial insecurity, loss of valued material possessions

Reversed: New source of income.

Six

Upright: Harmony with your money, opportunity to share wealth with other people.

Reversed: Selfishness, financial troubles.

Seven

Upright: Long-term success, perseverance.

Reversed: Quick wins and quick loss, scattered investments.

Eight

Upright: Mastering of a previous or a new skill.

Reversed: Frustration, disappointment, unrewarded efforts.

Nine

Upright: Luxury, self-confidence, leisure time.

Reversed: Loss due to unwise decisions.

Ten

Upright: Inheritance, completion of an important goal, long-term relationship.

Reversed: Financial failure, arguments, qualms.

Page

Upright: New motivation, expansion, business venture.

Reversed: Roadblocks impeding your smooth journey towards success.

Knight

Upright: Systematic decision-making, commitment, efficiency.

Reversed: Spontaneous and boring life, lackluster work-life routine.

Queen

Upright: Strong support, practicality, security.

Reversed: Reservations, worries, insecurity, and detrimental relationship.

King

Upright: Discipline, abundance, ambition, stability, trustworthiness.

Reversed: Greediness, power abuse, snob, arrogance.

 

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