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The Fool

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The Fool. Ah, our introduction to the hero of our the biggest journey in the tarot – the Major Arcana. Let us meet this character, this Fool who is merrily traipsing off on… Continue reading

King of Coins

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The King of Coins is a very secure man, a very wealthy man. But he’s not striving, he’s enjoying. I tend to think of this King as an old money sort – the… Continue reading

Queen of Coins

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Behold the Queen of Abundance! Spread before her the fruits of the earth, the wealth of the harvest and all the things that she’s worked for. This is a woman who enjoys the… Continue reading

Knight of Coins

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The Knight of Coins is an adventurer of sorts. But he’s not the flashy sort, like the Knight of Wands, or the dreamy romantic of the Knight of Cups. This is a much… Continue reading

Page of Coins

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The Page of Coins is a determined sort. A youthful energy to this card, it can be someone who is steady, determined and strong. The Page of Coins isn’t the flashy competitor –… Continue reading

Ten of Coins

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Rejoice in the abundance of wealth you have accumulated! Feast and share with your loved ones! This is a card of overflowing wealth in all senses — material, physical, and emotional. Good health,… Continue reading

Nine of Coins

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The Coins are cards that are very often about work, but they are also cards about wealth and abundance. In the Nines, we begin to see the fruits of the labor. This is… Continue reading

Eight of Coins

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What’s that old joke again? How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice! (Also the subway to 57th and 7th Ave.) But that’s what this card is all about — practice, that is,… Continue reading

Seven of Coins

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In order to gain wealth, you have to start somewhere. You also have to keep tending to things even when it isn’t clear that they are going to bear fruit. The Seven of… Continue reading

Six of Coins

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The Six of Coins is generosity, but it is also being stretched beyond what one can reasonably give. The coins are cast away, scattered without care. This benefits neither the giver nor the… Continue reading