Coins represent the
element of Earth. They are usually depicted as a gold coin or disk
with a pentacle on the face. In Tarot they deal with the material
world and are therefore often associated with money.
Coins represent the Spring season.
You will notice that the
cards are set up with some of their associations,
The Name of the Card
A Keyword for what the card represents
Herb, and Planet or Astrological association
The Card's Picture
And a very brief meaning for the card both upright and
(The R: is the reversed meaning)
Followed by a brief description
of the herb and it's properties.
As always remember these are My
interpretations of the cards.
The Ace of Coins
The Root of Power of Earth, Grain
This card indicates the
time would be good for starting a new job or project for financial gain
R:Delays and setbacks...money will be slow coming in.
Grain: Grains nourish us and create a feeling of fullness or satisfaction.
The Two of Coins
Jupiter in Capricorn, Yellow Dock
Working on more than
one money making project would be beneficial to you at this time.
R: Here you are spreading yourself to thin and have to many things going on at once. You would benefit from cutting down on the number of things you are doing.
Yellow Dock: Helps to bolster strength and fortitude. It helps to clear away inner blocks and let us see things more clearly.
Three of Coins
Mars in Capricorn, Gentain
You have learned your job
well and take pride in your abilities.
R:Here your job has become a bore. No longer challenging it is now
Gentain: Can be used to purge frustrations and irritability, allowing one to feel more at ease and insightful
Four of Coins
Sun in Capricorn, Cascara Bark
Even though your financial
situation is acceptable you are not really enjoying the fruit of
your efforts fully.
R: You have developed a sense of poverty consciousness. No matter how
well of you are financially you are afraid of not having enough.
Cascara Bark: Helps one to release old and possibly harmful thoughts and ideas. (Sort of a spiritual ex lax)
Five of Coins
Mercury in Taurus, Mugwort
If you are not without
work, you are fearful of lay-offs or closings. This can also be a
card representing a feeling of being emotionally abandoned.
R: Getting things back on track. Working more or finding work and
feeling more secure both emotionally and financially.
Mugwort: Often used for 'smudging' Mugwort helps one to have clearer vision. To see life more clearly and fully.
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