The Ten of Pentacles is a card of wealth.
Focus on this card when you want to strengthen the bonds
between several generations of your extended family.
Three generations of a Mandrake Academy family — a
wizened old professor, a young married couple, and their child — sit
comfortably together, along with their dogs.
Ten silver pentacles are superimposed over the image,
arranged in the shape of the kabalistic tree of life.
The old professor is wearing an elegant cloak, which
implies wealth, social status, and security.
The young couple is standing under an arch, an ancient
architectural construct that still stands as one of the strongest,
long-lasting designs for any building. The structure suggests a
permanence and support for their relationship.
In a tarot reading, the Ten of Pentacles often symbolizes
freedom from financial concerns, prosperity, and stability. It also suggests
gifts, inheritance, and family reunions.