Upright – A loyal and dependable leader who is neither particularly intelligent or imaginative. He is trustworthy, patient, cautious and uses his inborn wisdom to increase his wealth. He is slow to lose his temper, but once angered he stands rigid against his enemies.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – A person who is easily bought, dull, very materialistic and mercenary. He is blind to beauty and hates change as he finds it hard to adapt. He treads a well worn path even if it leads nowhere.
Upright – A capable and practical businesswoman, who enjoys her material comforts. She has a responsible attitude to her wealth and uses it to advance the fortunes of those in her inner circle. She is neither particularly bright nor insightful, but has depth of feeling, with an appreciation of life’s pleasures.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – A person that enjoys the company of sycophants to shield her from criticism and uses her wealth to do this. She is unable to see beyond material possessions or rise above them. She can be highly changeable with a suspicious and narrow-minded outlook towards things that are either new or that she misunderstands. Fortune used for displays of grandeur and opulence.
Upright – An impassive, indifferent and stoical person, who does not always appreciate the feelings of others. A very traditional person who is clever in monetary affairs, patient and hardworking.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – A greedy and grasping person, sometimes self satisfied and smug. Depending upon the surrounding cards may indicate that finances have reached a break even point or even a standstill.
Upright – A meticulous, hardworking man, proud of his responsibilities. He is essentially honourable, a good administrator, but may sometimes be a little too diligent and overzealous in his duties.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – A person with no sense of humour and full of his own importance. A person who enjoys the power he wields over those below him. Depending upon the surrounding cards there may be some unwelcome news concerning monetary matters.
Upright – Emotional and financial stability. Family fortunes, inheritance and prosperity that has been built up and handed down over the generations. The formation of family tradition. This card may indicated good fortune regarding a dowry.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – The negative effects of vast wealth and the restrictive effects of long tradition. Family arguments about money, or the breaking up of an estate after a death. Card may also indicate burglary.
Upright – The enjoyment of hard earned success. Financial gains made from unexpected sources, such as: monetary gifts, winnings, inheritances and settlements. Unearned income possibly from a divorce settlement. Popularity, common sense and order arising out of chaos.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – Affluence obtained via deception. Theft, swindling and pilfering. Corruption and success earned from the backs and misfortunes of others. This card also warns that present calm and stability will not be sustained.
Upright – The use of one’s skills and personal interests to rewarding and profitable ends. Reaping the fruits of one’s labor, a small increase in money. An advantageous card for any talented or enthusiastic individuals. To enjoy lasting success efforts should be continuous and not halted prematurely. Thriftiness.