The Ten of Pentacles represents culmination and supreme fulfillment. The card portrays an aged male person sitting comfortably just outside an archway that seems to lead to a town.
He is perhaps the patriarch of a family. The person wears a rich robe that is beautifully adorned with motifs of grapevines, crescent moons etc – a balance is shown between material gains and spiritual attainment. There is a couple standing under the archway – they are laughing projecting an overall jovial mood.
Behind the couple is a young boy who is seen to be playfully engaged with a dog. The whole scenario basks is the glory of happiness – like a united and happy family. The old man can rest happily to enjoy the fruits of his lifelong toil as he sees happiness enveloping the younger generation. The man has achieved a lot in his lifetime and is now satisfied that his deeds have proved to be fruitful and would continue to be gainful to others even when he is gone.
Upright Position: This card is all about accomplishment, fulfillment and reaping rewards. No matter how much a person may have had to struggle in the course of life, she/he has attained treasures that are permanent in nature. These gems of life can even be passed down to the future generations. The card is about bonding with family and to ensure security and comfort. It may also indicate an upcoming inheritance.
Reversed Position: Reversed, the card may indicate trouble in the family. There may be either no inheritance or fight over property matters. There is also possibility of debt and unpaid taxes.
|Tarot Horoscope||Tarot Card Decks||Tarot Card Meanings|
|Moon||Pope (‘Hierophant’)||Popess (‘High Priestess’)|
|Temperance||Maison Dieu (‘Tower’)||Wheel of Fortune|