Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Earth, grounding, steady and stable. Material concerns.
Keywords and Phrases:
Material stability, home and family, property.
Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings
Whilst the Nine suggests financial bounty the Ten of Pentacles is more established and firmly rooted, providing material security and family stability. It connects to family affairs, the hearth and home, family clan, the family property, inheritance and legacy passed down through generations.
The RWS depicts three generations in the card, whereas the Gilded Tarot shows a solid wooden trunk filled to overflowing with golden Pentacles. Family treasures were often stored away and passed to future generations to establish their home but it can also represent wealth, or the stability that money can bring.
The Ten of Cups may bring emotional happiness and permanence but the Ten of Pentacles provides the material stability of the family, the place you call home, so it often features in combinations concerning property moves too.
If reversed, it can indicate family problems, risks and loss, uncertain times and instability, or feeling honour bound.
Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Combinations:
Ten of Pentacles > Eight of Pentacles > Two of Wands: Setting up a family business partnership, possibly based from the home.
Ten of Pentacles > Two of Swords > Knight of Swords: Stalemate in a family or property matter finds swift release and finally the situation moves forward at pace.
Four of Pentacles > Ten of Pentacles > Ace of Pentacles: Can show working hard and saving to buy a house, which should come to pass.
Ten of Pentacles > The Emperor: Leading from the front, taking the lead and heading up responsibility in a family situation brings stability.
Ten of Pentacles > The Star: Brings many blessings for the future to the home and family.
You can find more information in Easy Tarot Combinations: How to Connect the Cards for Insightful Readings.
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