This card may represent a young man between the ages of 25 to around 35 who is a water sign (Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces). This card can also represent receiving messages regarding love and emotions. This can come in the form of a phone call, letter, e-mail or through someone else.
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This card can either represent someone who is a Piscean, a young person (under 25) or child who is a water sign (Pisces, Cancer or Scorpio). This person is also someone who is free in their imagination, and lives the life that they choose. But this is not someone who lives with their head in the clouds, they have their feet firmly on the ground as well. The card’s representation could appear as a person around you, an event that you will experience, or a part of you which you need to manifest.
This is another nice card to see in a reading. This card corresponds to the major arcana card of the wheel of fortune. This in combination with the meaning of the cups can represent the feeling that the person has ‘got lucky’ in issues to do with love and emotions. This is the time of cycles completed, journey’s endings and lives lived with those you love. The air is filled with serenity and peace, a time to forget all the material problems in the world. All that is important now is eternal happiness after a long hard struggle.
This is a lucky card to see in a reading. This card usually means that the person will be able to get what they want from the situation and will experience happiness emotionally as a result. This card corresponds to the major arcana card of the Hermit. This card represents emotional bonds, strengthening of romantic bonds, friendships and the consummation of sexual relationships. At this point, joy and happiness is within your grasp. This is the time to feel all emotions as if you have never felt them before. Take time to appreciate all those you love in your life. See the perfection of the world around you. Physically this card represents delight and pleasures. Worries are now in the past and the time to secure your future. However, this card does come with a warning. Enjoy life and living but don’t take it too far as pleasures without regard have dire consequences.
The eight of cups is a sign of emotional stagnation. This happens when the flow of energy or love suddenly stops and you are waiting for it to return. However, waiting is not a good thing for you to be doing, as you will not be going nowhere, you are going to have to move yourself. The eight of cups therefore symbolises walking away from a difficult situation. As cups are linked to emotions, then it would probably be a relationship that you are giving too much to and not getting nowhere near as much back. One sided relationships cause nothing but pain, so when the eight of cups appears in a reading, it is a slap across the face that can not be ignored.
The seven of cups tends to appear when there is a difficult decision to make. It is the time of strange and wonderful gifts, however some of these gifts have a sting to them. Lying amongst the glittering gifts, is a snake and dragon. This means that sometimes you have many options, all of which are good within your reach, only one of which is the right one. Sometimes they are the delusions of imagination and there are no options at all. This shows choice and plans that may not be rooted in reality, which is fine if they remain in fantasy. If you try to root these ideas in reality, you will only be left disappointed. The idea will have no foundations and will fall at the first hurdle. In the odd cases it might start to get going, but the fall will still happen. There is also the element of temptation within these choices, as the serpent of jealousy is amongst the options. As it is the cups, this temptation is of a sexual nature, one night stands or extramarital affairs, something at the time seems pleasurable but the consequences are life altering.
The five of cups is one of those cards that people do not want in their reading as it is a card of sadness, grief, regret and disappointment. These will arise from taking someone for granted, or not valuing the things and people who make us feel special.