69-Six of Disks – Reversed Thoth Deck

Your Chosen Card – Six of Disks Reversed Thoth Deck

When reversed, the Six of Pentacles suggests an unfair or inequitable distribution of wealth and resources. Perhaps your situation involves some sort of nepotism, favoritism, ingratitude for help received, or envy of another’s good fortune. You may be squandering your fortune or using your wealth for purely selfish ends without regard for the welfare of the planet or that of your fellow human beings. Be responsible with your money. No one likes to hear that the check is in the mail. Maybe ‘now’ is not the time.

Keywords Reversed: Indulgence, envy, dissipation, wastefulness, financial irresponsibility, extravagance, jealousy, loss, favoritism, ingratitude, unfair distribution of wealth, trickle-down economics; the check is in the mail.

Timing: 10 Taurus–20 Taurus. Tropical, 1 May–10 May. Sidereal, 4 June–14 June.
Astrology: The emotional and sensitive Moon (exalted) in the second decan of earthy Taurus, realm of the Waite King/Thoth Prince of Pentacles (Air of Earth) and the Hierophant (Taurus). The Moon is linked to the High Priestess.
Number Symbolism: 6 – harmony, communication, sharing, compassion.

Etteilla: Now! At this moment, currently, at the present time; surroundings, assistant, witness, vigilant, careful, attentive; (R) ambition, longing, ardor, passion, desire, cupidity, jealousy.

When Six of Disks is reversed you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise.  If Six of Disks is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Six of Disks 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 Six of Disks using cards from the Thoth 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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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: Each major arcana card is assigned to one of the four elements. These assignments can be found in the individual descriptions of the cards in chapter on the major arcana. To interpret tarot layouts, the Golden Dawn used a combination of card counting together with a method of assessing the interactions of the four elements to judge the dignity or relative importance of each card in the spread. Let’s begin by taking a look at card counting.

Tarot Books

Creative Tarot: The Six of Coins is a card about value. The man with the money is deciding what is fair, who is deserving of his assistance and his money. And he feels just—the balanced scales show that he is assessing the situation correctly. But the querent could also be the beggar, asking for help from the man who has more wealth and power than he does. This card is complicated: it asks you to question what it is you value and who you are asking for assistance. It also asks if you are sincerely in need of help, or if you are the figure who is not deserving of money. Perhaps you have more power and are less in need of charity than you’d like to admit.

Complete Book of Tarot: Unfortunately, complete sets of these early tarot cards no longer exist. The Pierpont-Morgan Bergamo deck, produced in 1451, originally consisted of seventy-eight cards. The Cary-Yale deck, which may be the oldest extant set of tarot, probably contained eighty-six cards in all. At some point, card makers decided to limit the ‘standard’ tarot deck to seventy-eight cards comprised of twenty-two trumps, forty numbered pip cards, and sixteen court cards, as we have today.

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Complete Book of Tarot: As a second illustration, consider the Two of Cups, which was the first card to which the counting method guided us from the querent’s significator, the Knight of Wands. In this spread, the Two of Cups (Water, cold + wet) lies between a Cup (Water, cold + wet) and a Sword (Air, hot + wet). The ‘cold’ of the Cup on its left cancels the ‘hot’ of the Sword on its right, leaving an extra amount of the quality of ‘wet’ to enhance the already ‘wet’ property of the Two of Cups. Thus, we might expect the Knight of Wands to go with the ‘wet’ flow and lose himself in the relationship suggested by the ‘wetter’ Two of Cups.