10 Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Upright & Reversed (2023)


Ten of Pentacles Meaning Upright in a Tarot Reading

When I think of the ten of pentacles I think of comfort. All is well. The card feels to me like someone who has put in lots of work over their lifetime and now they are in their retirement years (or the final stages of something) and they can sit back and relax. This card is different than the nine of pentacles in that the characters in the card are all family and share ancestors. So this card speaks to carrying on the legacy of your forefathers. It’s achieving success (especially financial) and fulfillment by having continued the steps of your ancestors. It reminds me of the owner of a vineyard who is wealthy in family, in prosperity, and in material wealth. The land was first planted with grapes by his great great grandfather kind of thing. So this card talks about having to continue to put one foot in front of the other long term and keep taking steps forward. It talks of building on the family’s strengths and making it greater and talks of creating something that is greater than the family whole itself. For instance, maybe grandpa had just his children helping him, and now the grandson of the family has his family helping him as well as 10 employees and their wine is sold in several different countries. That’s the vibe of this card. So this story that I have explained is an analogy or father archetypes that this card deals with so you’ll have to use your intuition to see how it applies to your situation.

Reversed Ten of Pentacles Meaning in a Tarot Reading

Where as the upright ten of pentacles talks of things coming together to build something great over the long term, the revered ten of pentacles talks of things that have built up long term being divided. So the land, or the business, or resources of some sort are being divided. Remember this is the suit of pentacles so it talks about assets in the physical world as opposed to psychological things. So the analogy that comes into my head if we’re going to go with the previous example... is that the patriarch of the wine family dies and there wasn’t a will detailing the dispersal of the assets, so the estate must follow state laws and that dictates that the vineyard must be dividend among siblings. Things divided. Or there is a divorce… and assets, financial investments, houses, cars and vacation homes must now be liquidated and dispersed. The estate or business is now cut into pieces. If there is a business and it is run by more than one person, then their differences may now be causing a dissolving or splitting up of the partnership.

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Ten of Pentacles Tarot Cards shown in this video are:

➤➤Hanson-Roberts Tarot by Mary Hanson-Roberts
➤➤Ethereal Visions Illuminated Tarot by Matt Mughes
➤➤Tarot Mucha by Lo Scarabeo
➤➤Golden Universal Tarot by Roberto De Angelis
➤➤Thelema Tarot By Lo Scarabeo
➤➤Druid Craft Tarot Deck By Philip And Stephanie Carr-Gromm
➤➤Morgan Greer Tarot
➤➤The Robin Wood Tart By Robin Wood
➤➤The Fairy Tarot Cards by Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine
➤➤Archangel Power Tarot Cards by Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine
➤➤Angel Tarot Cards by Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine







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All right y'all the ten of pentacles is all about long-term success.

It is about a legacy, and it is about passing things on.

So in this card, we see the man with his child, and we see the house in the background, and you know, there's other family members and there's dogs.

So there's, a lot of prosperity and happiness.

And this card has very much a feeling of having worked hard having made prudent decisions having paid everything off.

You know, there's a lot of equity that's.

What this card feels like to me it's, where the person who the patriarch of the family has now created overflow right there's overflow in financials, there's overflow and food there's overflow in all sorts of areas of life, because they have either built a long-term strong business, or they have land that they live off of that.

They have multiple streams of income from right, maybe they sell nuts and they sell berries, and they make wine, and they sell the wine right.

So there's, lots of things that are being sold there's a lot of stability, and it almost feels like something that may have built up over 40 or 50 years.

And now this person has something to pass on to his relatives.

He has a great amount of wealth that he can bestow on them.

And there is a little bit of stature associated with that and just a general feeling of financial ease because everything's paid for right.

It feels like that to me of well, everything's paid for now all the money that comes in just piles up, because there is no doubt.

And there is plenty.

And there is everything just overflowing so much that there is that excess, but not an excess in a bad way excess in a good way like like there is plenty to go around there's plenty to give to others, there's plenty for the household.

And now everything is just creating more money.


Compounding on itself.

The other feeling this card at folks is the feeling of, uh, you are benefiting from the work of your ancestors from those that came before you.

So maybe you inherit a business or you inherit some sort of thing that maybe your great-great-great-grandfather started, but you are still getting the benefits of his work and his success that he had started so long ago, so there's a strong family tie of like heritage and things being passed down and receiving the benefit of those that came before.

If we move into the dorian virtue cards, we have the ten of autumn, take steps to ensure the financial security of your children or loved ones, making wise investments or planning for retirement.

And we have the fairies in the trees.

This kind of reminds me of like this was this was family robinsons for some reason, uh.

The next one is the ten of earth, a very happy, family life, financial security, finding magic in the little things of life.

The next one is going to be the ten of ariel.

There is so very much to be grateful for financial success and the promise of retirement.


So let's move into the energy of these cards for first.


When I move into this card upside down, this feels like deep instability, there's a crack something is gonna break open everything.

Okay, this feels cohesive when it's upright well, when it's reversed, it feels like, um, uh, maybe someone died.

And now that someone has died.

Everything the whole estate needs to be divided up, or the business needs to be divided up, or the land needs to be divided up or maybe there's a divorce or something because there's a foundational problem.

So as a result of the divorce, everything is going to have to be split up and the income streams are going to have to be split up and things are just going to have to change names and all sorts of upheaval is happening.

Um, it also could be.

Maybe, you know, not having the right, uh, legal protection.

So things weren't set up correctly in that matter.

And now there's a lawsuit.

And now the assets need to be redistributed in some way.

So it's some sort of things being apart.

Some some sort of division that is causing things to collapse and uh fragment, right this card feels so cohesive when it's upright do I have it upright, yeah and reverse it's.

Just, oh it's like everything is falling apart.

It really feels almost like an earthquake of things splitting up and dismantling and really rearranging themselves in some way.


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