Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Earth, grounding, steady and stable. Material concerns.
Keywords and Phrases:
Generosity, gifts, sharing.
Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings
A well-dressed merchant balances gold upon the scales as he dispenses gold coins to the outstretched hands of others below.
The Six of Pentacles brings gifts and sharing. It can signify someone being generous to you through a present received, a pay increase at work, or a charitable gift. Sometimes it represents the flow of money, both in giving and receiving, money being paid or shared out, but generally it tends to bring about improvement in financial circumstances.
In certain circumstances it may show that you are the one being generous to others, although usually it represents a ‘gift’ you receive.
If reversed, it may represent being selfish or uncharitable, debts or obligations not being met.
Similar or supporting cards: Ace of Pentacles (gifts of gold)
Opposing or contradictory cards: Four of Pentacles (withholding) Five of Pentacles (financial lack)
Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Combinations:
There are five cards that can all represent an increase in finance, so in large spreads (such as the Life Spread) watch for the appearance of the Ace of Pentacles, Six of Pentacles, Seven of Pentacles, Nine of Pentacles and Ten of Pentacles, the more that appear the more the message is reinforced and intensified.
> Ace of Pentacles: a generous gift, may involve gold or jewellery but also financial.
> Five of Pentacles: money in money out, it can also show money you’re expecting to be repaid doesn’t arrive.
Six of Wands > Six of Pentacles: promotion and pay increase, financial bonus through recognition at work.
The Hierophant > Six of Pentacles: may indicate charity or charitable organisation, a generous benefactor. Also…The Hierophant > Three of Cups > Six of Pentacles: may be a charitable fundraiser, although with other marriage cards can represent wedding gifts.
Ace of Pentacles > Wheel of Fortune > Six of Pentacles: Lucky ticket, a new venture that brings financial gain.
Two of Pentacles > Ace of Pentacles > Six of Pentacles: stock market, stocks and shares, currency investing, precious metals, etc. May also feature, The Magician (Internet and communication), Justice (legal instruments), The Hierophant, or The Emperor, with the stock market. Depending upon the interpretation you use, Three of Wands (merchants, trade and commerce).
The Emperor > Six of Pentacles > Two of Wands: Angel investor, or possible silent partner (may also be shown by a King of Queen instead of Emperor)
In relation to house moves I usually look for the following to strengthen the association and interpretation: Ten of Pentacles (home, property) Knight of Cups (the offer) Ace of Pentacles (contracts with money and the new beginning) Justice (contracts) King of Swords (legal man, or Queen for lady) King of Pentacles (finance man, or Queen for lady) Six of Pentacles (money exchange).
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