Ace of Cups
Emotions are on a rise. A new relationship is on the way. A miracle comes your way. You will be blessed with good fortune.
Two of Cups
This card of two people looking into each other's eyes is recognition of love, of a friend or soul mate. It predicts that you will find someone who 'knows' you, and you, in turn, will 'know' them. Higher understanding of adult love and companionship.
Three of Cups
Three maidens with three overflowing cups celebrate. The creation here, springing from the relationship in the two of cups, is happiness, togetherness. Two cups pour into a third and it overflows with love and joy, enough for all. This is a card of parties, weddings, anniversaries, baby showers, birthdays.
Four of Cups
This card is about over-indulgence in drink, food, drugs, sex, even internet chat rooms, looking for stimulation. It is all too easy to turn to such things when depressed or bored. In general, this card is a warning. The Querent might be in a stagnant relationship, but day-dreaming of others or over indulging is not the way to solve the problem. Stop looking for ways to escape it, and look, instead, for ways to change it.
Five of Cups
The problem, "How do I get past this?" The answer, "Your own blindness is what keeps you from getting past it. Open your eyes, look around, stop staring at what is wrong and bad and see what is right and good!" A simple but important answer!
Six of Cups
Two children among six flowering cups. There is a great deal of rich and complex symbolism in this card, but in a nutshell, it is a frozen moment of perfect balance, the boy and the girl both touching that one cup with the flower in it. We rediscover lost equilibrium .someone from the past may come our way.
Seven of Cups
A man sees 7 cups floating on a cloud, each with something enticing rising out of it. This is the "can't make up my mind" card. Suddenly, you, the chooser, are not in control. You are in the power of the choices. And there is one other problem: not all of the choices may be as good as they look. This is a card of illusions, deceptions. Making a hasty decision, therefore, could be as bad as being unable to make any decision.
Eight of Cups
A man leaves behind eight cups to follow the moon. The movement, or progress in this card is the shedding of old relationships, old loves, familiar things. The Querent is either disappointed with these familiar things - they are not what was expected, or hoped for, or the Querent has a crazy new dream calling to them. Their instincts are to follow the dream.
Nine of Cups
This is perhaps THE best card in the minors. It is sometimes called the "wish" card. What you have an appetite for you will be given, your wish will come true. On the more emotional level, relationships are loving and complete. Creativity at a high, friendships and emotions are good
Ten of Cups
This is a permanence of joy, love, friendship. The kind of family we all work to create, a family we can trust, rely on, one that's there for us in the best and worst times. This is the family you look forward to seeing during holidays and on special occasions.
The Major Arcana