Your Chosen Card – Four of Coins Upright Golden Deck
When upright, the Four of Coins suggests that your focus now is on maintaining wealth and improving material security. To hold on to what you possess, sound financial planning and money management are called for. If you have a long-term goal that requires monetary backing, a careful plan of savings will help you achieve your dream. This card may also mark a period of gain in power, money, or influence. Business dealings go well, and a financial gift or inheritance is possible. Although tempted to cling tightly to what you have, you are also able to enjoy your material well-being and act with generosity.
Keywords Upright: A gift, love of money and possessions, financial benefits, security, gain, surety, earthly power, sound money management, saving for a rainy day, holding on tight, an enclosed space, a cloister, an inheritance, the ability to achieve something in the material world.
Timing: 20 Capricorn30 Capricorn. Tropical, 10 January19 January. Sidereal, 3 February12 February.
Astrology: The proud and powerful Sun in the third decan of earthy Capricorn, realm of the Waite King/Thoth Prince of Swords (Air of Air) and the Devil (Capricorn).
Number Symbolism: 4 – structure, stability, order, logic, foundation, manifestation.
When Four of Coins is upright you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise. If Four of Coins is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Four 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 upright card reading for Four 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.
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Creative Tarot: The Sola Busca is one of the few tarot decks that created distinctive imagery for the Minor Arcana. In early versions, most designed these cards the simple way we design playing cards. The Four of Coins has only four coins on it, not the little man clutching his coins to his chest. Many decks added whimsical flourishes, but they werent necessarily connected to what we understand as being the meaning of the card today. For instance, the monkey gazing at his reflection in a hand mirror on the Minchiates Four of Cups has long been one of my favorite such flourishes, but I cant say that its really enhanced my understanding of that particular card.
Complete Book of Tarot: The Golden Dawn assigned the beginning of the zodiac circle to the first decan of Leo, the Lion King of the Zodiac. In the middle of the first decan of Leo (in the sidereal zodiac as the Golden Dawn used) lies the royal star Regulus, the heart of the lion ancient astrologers regarded as the ruler of the heavens. According to Israel Regardie, ‘The beginning of the decanates is from the Royal King Star of the Heart of the Lion, the great star Cor Leonis, and therefore is the first decanate that of Saturn in Leo.’ 44 Saturn comes first in the order of visible planets known to the ancient Chaldeans and thus is the proper starting place for the entire zodiac.
Portable Magic: Each Ace usually bears a single large symbol of its suit, and the elemental instruments are shaped after the suit symbols. The Aces are linked with Kether, the source of creation, and during. Golden b n rituals the elemental instruments are laced around th_eJarn9 at the centre t h e altar, which symbolically represents the light of Kether. The Aces are the roots of
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Portable Magic: It was a daring concept for its time. Although Freemasonry has always contained esoteric symbolism in its rituals and embellishments, it has seldom sought to use the occult wisdom it is reputed to hold for any practical purpose. The founders of the Golden Dawn