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NINE OF CUPS CARD MEANING


This is the fabled “wish card.” It represents getting almost everything you want, “quitting the game on top,” and taking your winnings home. You win! This is you getting your wish, or living your passions (ideally this is what the 8 of Cups leads to), or just being supremely happy with what you have and not needing to toil or risk to gain anything more. This is an idealistic card of satiation and sensual pleasure, so it is a good idea to have a clear vision of your wish before you have it delivered. For complete information on this card including how to use it to manifest your desires please try out a copy of The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot—EVER!!

 Nine of Cups — Rider Deck Blue BoxNine of Cups Description: A well-fed man sits contentedly on his bench posing before his collection of nine cups. His future is assured and he knows it. There is more to be had from life, but he is smart enough to know when to get off of the merry-go-round and say, “I have my health and my wealth, and I am going to spend the rest of my days enjoying what I have. I leave the rest of life’s temptations and treasures to you.” He is downright smug in his striped shirt, fancy red cap (of pride), and folded arms. This card is mutable, as it is dependent upon other actions to bring it into reality. It is most often a results card or one indicating a state of being.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Nine. Fruition of hopes and dreams, manifestation. Odd
  • Suit: Cups. Emotional satiation, being fulfilled, abundance
  • Direction: East-Southeast. Jupiter in Pisces—dreams can come true
  • Element: Water. Happiness, indulgence, comfort, dreams

Traditional meaning: This is the fabled “wish card.” It represents getting almost everything you want, “quitting the game on top,” and taking your winnings home. You win! This is you getting your wish, or living your passions (ideally this is what the 8 of Cups leads to), or just being supremely happy with what you have and not needing to toil or risk to gain anything more. This is an idealistic card of satiation and sensual pleasure, so it is a good idea to have a clear vision of your wish before you have it delivered.

Traditional reversed meaning: Some argue that “too much of a good thing can be bad.” If by that they mean too much indulgence in wine, food, luxury, and ease of life, they may be right; at least as far as this card offers in reverse. Beware of the “sugar crash” brought on by too much indulgence: unhappiness, and possible health issues. Also indicative of unfulfilled wishes and dreams.

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