Card meanings: six of cups


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Much has been written about this card by various writers, and most of it is contradictory. The meaning of this card is the simple act of giving. This is one of the very few Tarot cards that illustrate children at all. Here, they are a visual stylus used to illustrate, or emphasize, the natural innocence of the act of giving without expectation, machination, or hidden inference. 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!!

 

Six of Cups — Rider Deck Blue Box Six of Cups Description: A strangely dressed boy gives a cup filled with white, star-shaped flowers to a little girl. A guard makes his rounds off to the side. As far as these two are concerned, the world is at peace, home is at hand, and the sky is blue. What more could anyone ask for (except perhaps a nice cup of white, star-shaped flowers to brighten up one’s window sill)? This card is exactly what it looks like and very little more. It is a pleasant thing to experience, in a pleasant, secure, location, on a very pleasant day.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Six. Sharing, balance, enduring harmony. Even
  • Suit: Cups. Consideration, trust, friendship, kindness
  • Direction: North. Domesticity, nurturing, familial. Early afternoon
  • Element: Water. Empathy, graciousness, serenity, care

Traditional meaning: Much has been written about this card by various writers, and most of it is contradictory. The meaning of this card is the simple act of giving. This is one of the very few Tarot cards that illustrate children at all. Here, they are a visual stylus used to illustrate, or emphasize, the natural innocence of the act of giving without expectation, machination, or hidden inference. This is a card of simple kindness that is all too rare in this world. No fierce battles are fought this day. No glories are won or honors bestowed. Expect a gift from a friend, or perhaps you will be the giver of gifts. This card can also mean a reunion with old friends.

Traditional reversed meaning: Reversed, this card often indicates a longing for everything this card represents (upright). It also indicates stress, lack of close, deep relationships with considerate people, false friends, and a need for a deeper connection with “self.”

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