The Nine of Coins depicts an aristocratic woman surrounded by an abundance of grapevines on a large estate, most likely representing a fine material status. Her robe is decorated with flowers, with a hooded falcon rests at ease on her arm A young snail, denoted by a blue shell, makes its way across her path. She is unaware of its potentially fatal proximity. When upright, it means having financial independence, the self-reliance of personal pursuits, the ability to treat yourself with…
When we see the King of Pentacles arrive on our journey of the daily tarot, you are being sent a message that all is in good hands. Either your situation will improve, or it is excellent already and you simply aren't aware of it yet. An older man may come into the picture to help, advise, or manage things for you. Or you may be the older male figure represented by this card, in control and committed to the utmost success possible. Do enjoy.
Understanding the History, Practice, and Wisdom of Tarot
The Rider Tarot Deck - my tarot deck was purchased at Earth Spirit in Red Bank, NJ, in and I used it for many years. They were discarded at some point, and I was later gifted with another Rider deck, the universal version (less day-glo in color).
The After Tarot shows what might have happened next in each scene in the 78 Rider-Waite cards. The illustrations are an a close reproduction of Pamela Colman-Smith's original artistic style. It's a very creative concept, and a companion deck to the Tarot of the New Vision.