Your Past - Present - Future Tarot Reading
Four of Coins
The IV of Coins stands for the gains made from hard work. It is possible to acquire and save money at this time. While it is true that a penny saved is a penny earned, be careful though that you do not lock away all of your worldly gains and possessions without forethought. A key is required to open this chest, but if you look closely you will see that there is no key present in this card. You must be sure to have the ability to open the chest as needed before your choose to lock it.
Nine of Wands
The 9 of Wands is about standing up to a powerful force even if that means doing it alone and potentially getting hurt in that process. The 9 of Wands is about being prepared, determined, dedicated, tough, independent, an energized gate, overcoming adversity, focusing strength, confident, and having a positive outlook that leads to future success. It says: "I'm not giving up!" It is a card that sees a person at both his or her weakest and strongest point while coming out alive and kicking -- stronger than ever before. When the 9 of Wands represents a person, he or she masters and sacrifices his or her fear in order to drum up the focused and precise strength needed to reach the goal of protection.
Six of Coins
Generosity has its own rewards, and sometimes what costs you little may be a great gain to others. These bright coins bring a smile and a welcome easing of the purse- strings, and the luxurious background and lace suggests wealth. The prettiness of the coins disguises their true worth: these are old and valueless coins - common, and worth little as either currency or collection. This gift is no great loss to its giver. The disembodied hand suggests anonymous charity, but there is the unanswered question of who gives, and why. The coins might be what is needed to pay a debt, but are they really free? Are there any strings attached? Gratitude is not always the most comfortable of emotions, implying an obligation towards one's donor. Beware the bright and shiny lure of an easy solution, for it may have a higher cost than you anticipate.