A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.
To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.
The Queen of Wands contains the water aspect of the Queens and the Fire aspect of the Wands suit. The feminine creative force. She is a person who can channel natural female forces and shape them with the passion and energy of flame. A strong and outgoing person at the center of things, keeping the world around her moving and evolving. Constantly transforming the old into the new. Her magic is steam, in which anything can take shape, of which any form can be molded.
The number five elements in Tarot have a war like theme, usually a time for fighting a battle that can sometimes end with a painful and bitter loss. The meaning of my Five of swords comes from the inability of dealing with negative thoughts and feeling's of being defeated. This fight has either come from the hands of spiteful and hurtful intentions towards you, or by your own negative response to a situation that can be difficult to struggle with, yet this battle must be fought.
The real kingdom of death is free of the material world and the "death" that occurs there; it is a place to shed the trappings of the material world and come to the light. Less literally, to brave your fears will lead to transformation. The end is the beginning.
The Nine of Swords represents the dark hours of loneliness, grief and despair. It is not only about the one who has lost, but also about the one who is lost. Both suffer the pain of separation and it is in the still hours of the night that the memories surface unchallenged by the sunlight. It is an internal grief; yet the one who has lost will find what they seek if the search is continued. The swords appear to be confining, yet they do not completely close around the one who is lost. Once the daylight returns, the path through the swords will be revealed, and the one who is lost will find the way home.
With a King, a suggestion is made for extroversion and decisions to be made. With Swords, that this decision needs to be made by being sensitive to not only what is of intrinsic value but also how it may unfold given the myriad possibilities inherent in the situation.
Never lose touch with your true hopes or decline to carry the full weight of the commitment you have made to your dreams. There is a special quality to the 10 of Wands, a singleness of purpose that only those who truly believe can know. The most important answer here is the one that concerns your sense of devotion and willingness to endure, to attain a personal goal by not giving up.
The King of Coins is related with business and other matters of this kind. His knowledge is very well grounded and down to earth. As represented here, he takes times to think things through. There is no hurry when somebody wants to take the right decision and consider all the possibilities. Enjoyment of nature is also important for this king. When he commits, he gives all his best. He can offer guidance and advices. He can be a good protector of the arts and of learning center like universities.
The Ace of Coins in a reading promises new beginnings in the physical world. Material success is implied by the coin that grows, large and golden, within this magic tree. Security and a sense of safety are also beginning to blossom here. Though the small den in the tree may be rudimentary, it is still a safe haven that will offer shelter from sun or rain and a safe place to sleep when darkness falls. The deeply planted roots represent the deep and abiding connection to the earth and provide the promise of stability that is the realm of the coins suit. Life, green and growing, is just beginning, from newly sprouted grass to the seeds that blow on the wind carrying within them the promise of life and renewal. In a reading, the Ace of Coins indicates the beginnings of prosperity, health restored, and a cozily secure, if unimposing home.
The suit of Coins is of earthly matters: money, possessions, comfort. The Page of Coins, which is the first card of the Court Cards, is the youngest of the four. He tells of the excitement of youth at new beginnings. He shows the seriousness of the drive towards success, without losing the dreams of tomorrow. This is good card to see when doing a reading about new endeavors.