Tarot Card Description & Meanings
Four of Pentacles shows a ruler who is very attached to his Pentacles, wearing them on his feet and head and holding one in his hands. This man is unlikely to let go of his money and possessions, which he has worked hard to attain and he is proud of what he has attained.
This is the card of the King of Midas, who hoarded his money, gold and possessions, who didn't want to share it with anyone.
This card represents the need to consider the other areas of life equally with the need to feel financially stable.
The Four of Pentacles advises you to be aware when you are being driven by materialism, greed or avarice. Look at what there is in your life that brings out a needy, grasping side of your personality. You are more important than that. You can and should be a self-contained, whole person, in control of your life. Ask yourself if the things you crave will bring you true happiness and try to remember what is really important.
Meaning - upright
What this upright card means
Upright, this card has the following meanings:
- not generous with money, miserly and very cautious.
- investments could be wise at this time.
- extra money coming that will be stashed away.
- very attached to material possessions and wealth, not willing to share it with anyone.
Meaning - reversed
What this reverse card means
Reversed, this card has the following meanings:
- payments and money slow in coming to you.
- think more carefully about finances and try to stick to a budget.
- obstacles are in the way of achieving financial security.
- guard against spending unwisely or over-spending and going into debt.
- More Suit of Pentacles Cards -
Ace of Pentacles
Two of Pentacles
Three of Pentacles
Four of Pentacles
Five of Pentacles
Six of Pentacles
Seven of Pentacles
Eight of Pentacles
Nine of Pentacles
Ten of Pentacles
Page of Pentacles
Knight of Pentacles
Queen of Pentacles
King of Pentacles