THE TEN OF COINS

 

Representing the air signs, the season of spring, and money, the key phrase for the Ten of Coins is ALTERNATE FINANCIAL LOSS AND GAIN.   This is usually what this card means in a spread.  The ebb and flow of money could be the result of a volatile stock market, seasonal work, underemployment, or a business/career choice that produces inconsistent cash flow.

 

When interpreting the Tens of Egyptian Tarot, remember that the tens are anchored by Major Arcanum X, the Wheel of Fortune, which is interpreted as sudden change either for the good or bad.  Tens are also associated with the Uranus characteristic of INVENTIVENESS.

 

Other interpretations for the Ten of Coins could be:

 

Give and receive reciprocally

 

Unexpected air travel  (pertaining to the air signs)

 

Inventiveness brings financial gain

 

Money gained through associates (pertaining to Aquarius)

 

Shaky speculation

 

Financial worries concerning a friend

 

Gather and direct energies (a word of encouragement during an unpredictable period)

 

For more information about the 21 Brotherhood of Light Lessons, Egyptian Tarot, and Hermetic studies, please visit us at www.light.org.

 

 

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About letstalktarot

Allyn McCray began reading Tarot in 1971 after discovering a deck in an occult shop in San Francisco, California. In 1999, the American Tarot Association recognized her as a Certified Tarot Reader. During her experience as an Internet reader between 2000 and 2002, Allyn’s readings were regularly featured on the websites, Psychicnut and Roadtalk. In 2002, Allyn joined The Church of Light, aka Light.Org, a non-profit international school of esoteric studies, where she is now a Hermetician, Certified Teacher, and Minister. Allyn also serves as the Communications Director of The Church of Light and is a Section Advisor in The Order of the Sphinx.
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