Cups, Chalices, Primordialism Tarot

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Water: emotions, moods, feelings, sensitivity, intuition, receptivity, empathy, nurturing, intimacy, compassion, intuition, occult matters, hidden depths, oneness, spirituality.

The Water signs Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.

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The pip cards of the Cups and Pentacles suits typically represent circumstances and emotional situations with a downward or inward movement (reflection, contemplation, joy, grief, healing, celebration, family happiness, arrival, etc.).


 

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LLewellyns Complete Book of the Tarot by Anthony Luis Buy the Book!

Complete Book of Tarot: he Wands of the modern tarot owe their origin to the game of polo. As mentioned previously, the Egyptian Mamluk deck from which the tarot derived has four suits: cups, dinari (an ancient coin), scimitars, and polo sticks. The traditional Marseille deck retained the curved blades of the scimitars and called them swords. The Tarot of Marseille also replaced the Mamluk polo sticks with batons or wands, which were more familiar to European culture.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Card 2 was the King of Cups. This king is often a professional person who can be of assistance to the querent, perhaps someone who could help him achieve the financial goal of card one.

Complete Book of Tarot: Waite (1911): Maidens in a garden-ground with cups uplifted, as if pledging one another. Divinatory Meanings: The conclusion of any matter in plenty, perfection, and merriment; happy issue, victory, fulfillment, solace, healing; (R) expedition, dispatch, achievement, end; excess in physical enjoyment, and the pleasures of the senses.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The Wands of the modern tarot owe their origin to the game of polo. As mentioned previously, the Egyptian Mamluk deck from which the tarot derived has four suits: cups, dinari (an ancient coin), scimitars, and polo sticks. The traditional Marseille deck retained the curved blades of the scimitars and called them swords. The Tarot of Marseille also replaced the Mamluk polo sticks with batons or wands, which were more familiar to European culture.

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