Four of Pentacles, general description
This is the 72nd card of the Major Arcana. It is part of Fatecaster’s Tarot card list that summarizes the Rider Waite Tarot cards’ meaning.
Four of Pentacles refers to the exaggerated need of security that implies desire for possessions, to avarice and the deeply rooted fear of change. The attitude symbolized by the card always has something out of touch, it has the intention to insist on the present situation and thus to the useless opposition with the currents of life.
The card always shows that we are on our way to rigidity. It is often the forerunner of the Tower that blows the shabby armor. If Four of Pentacles’ position calls upon this behavior, we have to moderate ourselves. However, this card can also mean that we have to hold our ground with this subject.