Artist: Roxana Paul
Material abundance, wealth. Inheriting assets, seeing own ventures flourish.
In a Babylonian palace’s chamber where walls decorated with bas-reliefs a man sits and coaches two dogs. A woman and man converse in the passageway and a spectator can see a child behind them. Ten pentacles form the Tree of Life on the wall. The Babylonians used to keep dogs in their palaces and houses not only for hunting but also for esoteric reasons. They believed that dogs had a psychic vision and could see ghosts and unseen dangers. They even supposed that dogs had mystical ability to protect their owners not only in this life but also beyond the grave.
Ten of Pentacles represents a situation of stable prosperity and becoming a member of the establishment as a result of flourish ventures. The most notable features of this card include:
– experiencing abundance;
– enjoying financial success; – having good fortune;
– being beloved by the gods.
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