MEANING OF THE CUPS CARDS IN THE TAROT
As is common in all aces, this tarot card means a new beginning. The closing of a cycle that opens the door to another.
The 2 of Cups focuses heavily on relationships and partnerships, regardless of their origin.
The 3 of Cups is a celebratory card that is closely associated with happiness and joy that have come to stay in your life.
The 4 of Cups has a somewhat ambiguous meaning. On the one hand, it talks about an internal path that you have and must start.
This card is usually a bad omen, it brings with it disappointment and sadness due to situations that are related more than anything to the emotional.
The 6 of cups in the tarot refers to a union that you have with the past due to the good times and those things that could have made you happy.
The 7 of Cups is undoubtedly a mysterious card that is directly related to your unconscious world and the way you communicate with it.
The 8 of Cups brings to light a dissatisfaction in your life, talks about situations that have disappointed you in your current reality, you do not feel fulfilled or happy
If there is a positive card in the tarot it is the 9 of cups. When this card appears it is to announce happiness.
The 10 of Cups can be considered one of the best tarot cards, due to the fullness and bliss it offers.
The jack of cups inside the deck refers to that sensitive and subtle side that usually touches everything that is related to art.
The knight of cups is very different from the other knights of the tarot that are found running or walking with great impetus.
The queen of cups is possibly the woman with the most intuition in the entire tarot, if there is someone who can match her it is the major arcana of The High Priestess.
The king of cups in the tarot refers to a person with authority and discipline who in turn is filled with immense love and compassion strong> for others.