73-Ten of Coins Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

You may be tempted to leave a stable and lucrative situation on a bit of a whim when the Ten of Coins reversed comes up in a work reading. Think long and hard before doing so. Yes, life is about taking chances, but don’t take blind chances. If you are looking for work when this card appears, beware people that talk a good game and scammers. You shouldn’t have to pay money to get a job.

Card Meanings: Misfortune, Unconventional, Instability, Marrying For Money, Fighting Over Money, Financial Disaster, Collapse Of An Empire, Rocky Foundations, Unexpected Changes, Faking Wealth/Affluence, Losing Everything, Domestic Disputes, Disputed Inheritance/ Being Excluded From/Not Leaving A Will, Breaking Traditions, Huge Losses/Debts, Divorce, Dull, “New Money”, Bankruptcy, Family Feuds/ Burdens/ Neglect, Slothfulness, Money Laundering, Illegal Activity

The Ten of Coins is a very positive omen. It can mean that your material wishes will be met perhaps to a degree that you would not have thought possible, and that in general, things will be going exceedingly well for you. Security in all forms is at a high ebb.

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Creative Tarot: The first card represents your project in its completed state. This will tell you a lot about what needs to happen. Some cards will indicate that some more work is necessary, although at this stage, that work might need an outside voice. For example, a Five of Wands, the card that asks us to go through yet another round of seemingly endless revisions, might indicate you need someone else to point out the project’s weak spots. A card of mastery, such as the Ten of Coins or a King, will tell you that your project is in a state of wholeness and is ready to face an audience.

Tarot Triumphs: It’s possible that this card could also be a sign of initiation, especially within the general context of myth and tradition. Although I can’t vouch for any historical connection, the collection of myths surrounding the associated goddesses Ishtar from Babylonia and Anahita from Iran carry a startling likeness to the Star. Ishtar is often symbolized as the Morning Star and is sometimes known as the Star of Lamentation; Anahita is the goddess of the heavenly waters that flow from the region of Venus among the stars. In one of the key myths, Ishtar decides to travel to the center of the underworld to fetch the water of life to restore her dead lover, Tammuz, god of the harvest. She passes through seven gateways, leaving behind one of her jeweled adornments at each portal, until she arrives naked at the sacred pool. Here, in this underworld, the souls of the dead are represented by birds.53 This is at the very least a compelling parallel to the scene shown on the Star of the Tarot. Taking this back into the realm of a contemporary Tarot reading, the Star may therefore indicate an inner journey, as opposed to the Chariot, which more often signifies outer forms of travel.

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Reversed Cards: In the upright position, we see the full impact of Saturn’s direct power influencing the energy of this card. Here in the retrograde aspect Saturn’s grip has been loosened and things don’t seem as restricted as they once did. This can have both a positive and negative impact on the results you are seeking. When Saturn is away, there is a tendency to slack off and throw discipline out the window. This can allow us to drag our feet and forget that we reap what we sow. On the flip side, without Saturn’s controlling energy dictating our every move, we are free to explore more creative ways to expand, grow, and capitalize on what we are growing and manifesting.