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A stony-looking man sits on a hard chair clutching his riches. The riches may be represented by a pentacle or other physical depictions of wealth. He may be richly dressed and wearing a crown. Sometimes there will be a wall surrounding the figure as well.
Seeing this card in reading will often indicate a certain level of financial security has been reached. But it can also be a sign to be cautious about investing your money or time into anything new. You might want to double or triple-check any agreements you sign. Now is a time to be a little more careful with what you’ve earned and perhaps review your finances so you aren’t spending money unwisely.
4 of Pentacles Upright Keywords: financial security, frugality, thrift, cautious especially with money
If Ebenezer Scrooge had a card to represent him, it’d be this one. Seeing the Four of Pentacles reversed in a reading is letting you know someone is being too stingy. Do not expect charity, help, or perhaps even kindness from this individual. If you were expecting any kind of physical reward you aren’t going to get it. It can also highlight someone who is materially wealthy but a spiritual pauper.
4 of Pentacles Reversed Keywords: miser, cheapskate, emotionally repressed, compensation denied