Tarot Cards Money
When it comes to Tarot cards that mean money is heading your way, I’d look for the Suit of Pentacles overall. The Suit of Pentacles is about the physical, tangible world. It’s the suit that deals with your home, your finances, your career, and your physical well being. So, you want to see Pentacles in any money reading you do for yourself.
Four of Pentacles
This is sometimes called The Miser card. It’s about pinching your pennies and being careful with your funds. This is the kind of card that shows up when you need to create a budget for yourself or you need to shop around for the best price. This is the card that will pop up when you are saving for a big goal like a down payment on a house.
Five of Pentacles
This is a card about lack and loss. The Five of Pentacles Will show up in a reading if you are worried about money. It can mean unemployment, having your hours cut, not having enough money to meet your basic expenses. It can also mean that you aren’t paying attention to the resources around you. Sometimes things aren’t as bleak as we make them out to be.
Six of Pentacles
This is a card of receiving, being given something valuable. It’s someone being very generous with you. This could mean a raise or week or an unexpected windfall. If you feel like your money never lasts, this is a great card to get.
Nine of Pentacles
This is my favorite money card in the whole darn deck. This is single, independent energy. She’s in the garden of her life, and it’s harvest time. Talk about abundance! This card is all about having more than enough money to do the things you want to do. This isn’t just about covering the bills like the Four of Wands or having just enough money to meet your responsibilities. The Nine of Pentacles is about living large.
Ten of Pentacles
This is having generational wealth or building so much money and resources that you have something to hand down to your children. You have enough to take care of the older generation and provide the younger ones, too. This is financial security that will last a lifetime.
Page of Pentacles
This card is about a financial offer coming your way. Pages are usually about communication or information. This could be a job offer. It could be a business opportunity. It could even be something as simple as getting money in a birthday card or a raise at work. This tarot card can indicate a windfall of cash.
Queen of Pentacles
The Queen of Pentacles is a card of financial security and stability. Like the Nine of Pentacles, there is an aura of abundance about this card, and the ability to be financially independent. The Queen often supports others with her wealth though. She is very generous to those she loves.
King of Pentacles
Much like his counterpart, the Queen of Pentacles, the King of Pentacles is financially secure. He is sometimes a business owner and has sustained wealth that might last generations. This card is often associated with being an entrepreneur and the ability to make money from your ideas.
Ace of Pentacles
I tend to think of the Ace of Pentacles as building a nest egg. It’s the start of a new cycle (because it is an Ace) when it comes to your finances. It’s slow growth over time, like depositing money into your savings account weekly. Or your 401K growing every quarter. This is slowly building wealth and abundance for yourself. Day by day, dollar by dollar.
Four of Wands
This is a stability and security card. It means you have the basics covered. You have food in the fridge, a roof over your head, and you can pay the utilities.
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Wheel of Fortune
The Wheel of Fortune is the luckiest tarot card in the deck. It’s a card about good luck, good fortune, fate, destiny. It means that fortune is smiling on you. Whenever this card appears in your reading, good things are heading your way.
Nine of Cups
Like the Nine of Pentacles, this card is about happiness and satisfaction. The Nine of Cups is about having everything you could ever need. This tends to be a card about material satisfaction and the contentment that can come from having your needs met.
Ten of Cups
This is a wish fulfillment card. While Ten of Cups can mean a commitment, it also means getting everything you have ever wanted.