Five of Pentacles; being the halfway on the manifestation of material processes; depicts loss, poverty and insecurity.
Four of Pentacles depicts financial security, thriftiness and holding on to possessions.
Three of Pentacles represent the initial fruition or fulfillment of the financial or more broadly, material, processes.
Two of Pentacles represent the stage just before the utilization of the material resources, reflecting a set of actions for balance.
Ace of Pentacles is the first card of the Suit of Pentacles, and as such it represents the commencement and recognition of the resourceful processes. It is a card of opportunities on the material and financial plane, calling one to seize these and manifest abundance over them.
King of Wands represents rooted transformation and burning passions which would sweep one’s foot from the floor to elevate him, if he is ready to hang on to the wind.
Queen of Wands is the matriarch of the Court of Wands, as such she represents a warm determination and exuberance.
The Knight of Wands is the second youngest figure of the Court of Wands; standing for the quest for quests and passion for passion; it is a card of untamed energy.
Page of Wands, being the youngest member of the Court of Wands, represents a passionate potential calling to mined and manifested.
Ten of Wands is the last numbered card of the Suit of Wands, and as such it represents the completion of the process of the manifestation. Interestingly, the said representation is not made by a depiction of the rewards, but by a scene which illustrates hard-work, tiredness, and getting under heavy burdens.