68-Five of Coins Golden Tarot Meanings

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    The Five of Coins: Upright Meanings

    • Destitution
    • Poor Health
    • Despair
    • Loneliness

    The Five of Coins: Reversed Meanings

    • Employment
    • Courage
    • Revival

    The Golden Tarot Five’s

    Fives in The Minor Arcana represent change and the need for change. The energy of Five changes the order of things for either good or bad. Unlike most other cards in tarot where the Upright aspect is deemed to be more positive, the Five changes this pattern by being more positive when Reversed. Five just has to be different, or difficult! When Upright, it can be rigid and narrow as it resists change or struggles with it. When Reversed it becomes all-embracing and accepting. However, because Reversed Cards can be extreme, the conflict of the Upright can become intense. Alas, due to Five’s overriding erratic nature, both the Upright and Reverse aspect can bring great extremes. The orientation of Five dictates the manner in which it deals with or approaches change. The change brought about by Five is often unexpected or chaotic.

    The Golden Tarot Suit of Coins

    The Suit of Coins covers material aspects of life including work, business, trade, property, money and other material possessions. The positive aspects of the Suit of Coins include manifestation, realisation, proof and prosperity. Coins deal with the physical or external level of consciousness and thus mirror the outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity. They have to do with what we make of our outer surroundings – how we create it, shape it, transform it and grow it. On a more esoteric level, Coins are associated with the ego, self-esteem and self-image. The negative aspects of the Suit of Coins include being possessive, greedy, overly materialistic, over-indulging and not exercising, not effectively managing, finances, being overly focused on career

    Comprised of imagery from the European masters paintings, Golden Tarot cards pay tribute to artwork of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. The Golden Tarot of Klimt is one of the best for artwork. Golden Tarot aims to reconnect the Tarot aesthetically and esoterically to its origins in early-renaissance Italy. From a time of violence, pestilence and oppression came poignant images of gentle beauty and human frailty.

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    Complete Book of Tarot
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    Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the Five of Pentacles traditionally refers to two people who remain very much in love despite any material troubles they must confront. They take seriously their marriage vows: ‘for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.’ The lovers walking in a snowstorm pass the church where they got married. Despite declining finances and ill health, they remain devoted to each other in a committed relationship. This card indicates the importance of love and mutual support in weathering life’s storms. It shows a willingness to face hardships with a partner in a mutually supportive way.

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    Creative Tarot: Late in his life, Dalí decided to create his own deck of tarot cards. He worked from the basic definitions of the cards as outlined by Waite and Smith, but he deviated from their basic templates. He used images that came to him in dreams, alongside ancient Roman and Christian iconography to create a very surrealist deck. Where Smith created clean, simple to understand images, Dalí designed bizarre landscapes. The great Spanish artist was nearing the end of his life, and his cards’ images are based on a lifetime of knowledge of art history, the power of the icon and the symbol, and many figures—such as his strangely elegant elephants with long, spidery legs—that recurred in his artwork throughout his career.

    Complete Book of Tarot: The following section will review these three decks in some detail along with other significant tarot decks that are part of tarot history.

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