Upright Meanings: solid foundations, affluence, inheritance, settling down, pre-nuptials, ancestry, will, property, domestic bliss, inherited issues, being conventional/traditional, trust funds, long term financial security/ stability, contracts, privilege, wealth, marriage, pensions, lump sum, unexpected financial windfall, business empire, deeds, old money, family home/ business/ responsibilities/ values/ support/ issues/ riches, stability
The Fish represents solid foundations, security and happiness in all areas of your life. It is usually connected to financial or material issues so you can expect especially good things in those areas of your life when it appears. It is also a good card to get in relation to family as it represents family responsibilities, family values and support. You could find yourself tracing your ancestry or discovering your family tree when it appears. You may be feeling very close to your family at this time, as The Fish can signify domestic harmony. Or you may be looking forward to a family event, celebration or gathering. This minor card can represent being conventional and embracing old school traditions. Life should be stable and settled when it appears in your reading.
Reversed Meanings: misfortune, unconventional, instability, marrying for money, fighting over money, financial disaster, collapse of an empire, rocky foundations, unexpected changes, faking wealth/affluence, losing everything, domestic disputes, disputed inheritance/ being excluded from/not leaving a will, breaking traditions, huge losses/debts, divorce, dull, new money, bankruptcy, family feuds/ burdens/ neglect, slothfulness, money laundering, illegal activity
The Fish reversed can represent rocky foundations, insecurity and instability your life. There is an element of dishonesty associated with the reversed card and a warning to steer clear or illegal or shady activities as they will not go well for you. It is not a great card to get in relation to family as it can signify family feuds, family burdens, neglecting the family, domestic disputes and disputes over a will or inheritance. You may not be feeling very connected to your family at this time as The Fish can signify disharmony or dreading a family event, celebration or gathering. This minor card can represent being unconventional and breaking with traditions. You may experience sudden or unexpected changes or losses or you may be feeling like you have lost everything when it appears. Remember, however, that it is often the most difficult or challenging situations that give us the opportunity to learn and grow.