73-Ten of Disks – Reversed Thoth Deck

Your Chosen Card – Ten of Disks Reversed Thoth Deck

When reversed, the Ten of Pentacles hints at a family feud related to financial insecurity or a matter of legacy or inheritance. The person in charge of planning for the needs of his or her dependents has instead been guilty of unwise speculation or poor financial planning. In some cases, this card may highlight problems related to gambling. Alternatively, the person who should be providing for the family has opted to hoard his or her wealth rather than use it for the benefit of others.

Keywords Reversed: Financial insecurity, loss, robbery, dissipation, family feuds, gambling debts, failed speculation, unwise use of money, reckless spending, hoarding one’s wealth rather than using it to benefit others.

Timing: 20 Virgo–30 Virgo. Tropical, 12 September–22 September. Sidereal, 7 October–16 October.
Astrology: Nimble and clever Mercury (dignified) in the third decan of earthy Virgo, realm of the Queen of Swords (Water of Air) and the Hermit (Virgo). Mercury is linked to the Magician.
Number Symbolism: 10 – one too many, the fullness of completion, readiness to begin a new cycle.

Etteilla: Household, dwelling, household economy, savings, family, posterity; (R) lot, fate, destiny, gamble, unforeseen happenings.

When Ten 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 Ten of Disks is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Ten 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 Ten 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: Unlike modern tarot readers who use reversals and complex spreads, the Golden Dawn kept all the tarot cards upright and laid them out in a row. They began by reading the sequence of cards starting from the querent’s significator, using a method called card counting in the direction toward which the significator was facing. This was done by assigning each card a numerical value as follows:

Tarot Books

Creative Tarot: And then I started to see how these artists related to the tarot. Coco Chanel became the Queen of Wands, the woman who builds an empire out of her own desires. Margaret Anderson’s magazine came to represent the Ten of Coins to me, the little village that shares the bounty, that inspires one another and works together. Koestler came to represent the Strength card, able to withstand the most devastating of circumstances and keep his head, wait things out until the situation improves (he was released from prison), and still create something beautiful out of it.

Complete Book of Tarot: When the French conquered Milan and the Piedmont of northern Italy in 1499, they brought the Italian game of trionfi back with them to southern France. The tarot became popular in the city of Marseille, which grew into a major center of playing card manufacture in Europe. The tarot decks produced there, for obvious reasons, became known as the Tarot of Marseille. The pattern and arrangement of the Marseille’s seventy-eight cards became the standard against which later decks would be measured. The Tarot of Marseille became the most widely used deck in non-English-speaking countries.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The Ten of Cups (Water, cold + wet) is flanked by a Wand (Fire, hot + dry) on the left and a Sword (Air, hot + wet) on the right. The ‘dry’ of the Wand cancels the ‘wet’ of the Sword, leaving two excess ‘hots’ surrounding the central card. These two excess ‘hots’ cancel the ‘cold’ of the Ten of Cups, leaving ‘hot + wet’ in the center of the triplet. The result is that the Ten of Cups now behaves more like the Ten of Swords (hot + wet) so that the normal pleasure of the Ten of Cups becomes painful to achieve (Ten of Swords). In other words, the Ten of Cups retains its essential happy meaning but the pain and suffering of Swords (hot + wet) modifies that happiness.