64-Ace of Coins – Reversed Golden Deck

Your Chosen Card – Ace of Coins Reversed Golden Deck

When reversed, the Ace of Disks (golden coins) suggests that something may have gone awry in your quest for material well-being. Perhaps you are missing a significant opportunity to improve financial security, or maybe your attitude toward wealth and prosperity needs adjusting. In the myth of Knight Midas, his unbridled greed for the acquisition of material goods leaves him devoid of human contact. Now may be a good time to ponder Buddha’s teachings about nonattachment. Interestingly, the lilies on this card in the Llewellyn Classic Tarot resemble the lotus, a Buddhist symbol of nonattachment; the lotus has the ability to rise above the mire of the swamp and produce an object of beauty.

Keywords Reversed: Materialism, greed, discontent, poverty, wastefulness, bad medicine, excessive attachment, missed opportunities.

Timing: Astrologically, Earth is linked to wintertime.
Astrology: Primordial energy of Earth, the element associated with the season of winter.
Number Symbolism: 1 – initial spark, will, creation, beginnings, new life.

Mathers: Perfect contentment, felicity, prosperity, triumph; (R) purse of gold, money, gain, help, profit, riches.

When Ace of Coins is reversed you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise.  If Ace of Coins is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Ace of Coins is trying to tell you.  If you had a particular issue in  mind, or want to seek clarification on something else, you can also choose again to get more guidance.

This chosen card is part of your reversed card reading for Ace of Coins using cards from the Golden Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

Here are some snippets from a few of my favorite books

Complete Book of Tarot
Book Details
Complete Book of Tarot: Like medicine, tarot is an art. To master any of the arts, the student must learn the basic science and essential skills of the field and put them into practice. Essentially, the tarot cards present a series of images the reader interprets to tell a story. A basic assumption is that the stories we tell ourselves shape our self-image and influence how we conduct out lives. By giving voice to the images on the cards, the tarot reader offers to the querent a narrative to ponder. The importance of giving verbal expression to the sequence of tarot images can be seen in the ideas of the noted linguist Saussure regarding the role of words in everyday life:

Tarot Books

Complete Book of Tarot: There is a correct and established way to read the cards, and you must follow these rules if you wish to make an accurate interpretation, but let your intuition be your guide.

Complete Book of Tarot: Do this exercise with each card for each position of a tarot layout or spread. Common spread positions include past, present, future, obstacles, assistance, advice, pros, cons, hidden issues, one’s environment, hope and fears, likely outcome, and so on. A detailed example of this exercise can be found in the book Tarot Decoder by Kathleen McCormack, in which the author gives her impressions of the meaning of each card in each of the ten positions of the Celtic Cross spread.

  • Do get in touch if you looked for Ace of Coins and we don’t have it listed. We would be more than happy to source the information for you. We hope you visit again for more online tarot information!

Tarot Triumphs: To sum up, first attempts at Tarot reading are often best kept as light, playful, and varied. Take opportunities that come your way, give it your best shot, and don’t worry too much if you can’t always fathom whether the reading is a ‘success.’ Sometimes we may miss the mark. Sometimes the person asking the question blocks the reading with resistance or an adverse emotional attitude. But sometimes, too, the reading may be more relevant than is obvious at the time. The querent might ask you about one matter, but you could feel the need to respond with something different. Later, the querent may say, ‘You know, what you said turned out to be right on the mark. I didn’t realize it at the time.’ With Tarot divination, we need to go with what the cards tells us.