38-Three of Cups – Reversed Thoth Deck

Your Chosen Card – Three of Cups Reversed Thoth Deck

When reversed, the Three of Cups suggests overindulgence in merriment. Rather than enjoying their good fortune, the individuals on the card may be selfishly exploiting the situation and getting on each other’s nerves. There is a sense of excess or too much of a good thing. Perhaps they are behaving like party animals. If the querent inquired about a relationship, then difficulties with a partner or marital strife may be indicated.

Keywords Reversed: Excess sensuality, overindulgence, excess, overspending, selfishness, triangular love relationships, marital difficulties.

Timing: 10 Cancer–20 Cancer. Tropical, 2 July–11 July. Sidereal, 27 July–5 August.
Astrology: Quick and clever Mercury in the second decan of watery Cancer also the realm of the Queen of Cups (Water of Water) and the Chariot (Cancer). Mercury is linked to the Magician.
Number Symbolism: 3 – fertility, creativity, a triadic relationship, the first fruits of a joint venture.

Etteilla: Solace, relief, cure, success, healing, victory, perfection, happy outcome; (R) daily work, expedience, accomplishment, dispatch, termination.

When Three of Cups is reversed you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise.  If Three of Cups is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Three of Cups is trying to tell you.  If you had a particular issue in  mind, or want to seek clarification on something else, you can also choose again to get more guidance.

This chosen card is part of your reversed card reading for Three of Cups using cards from the Thoth Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Ancient astrology dealt with the seven planets (‘wanderers’) visible to the naked eye. The awareness of these seven wandering ‘stars’ gave rise to the seven-day week, each day being named after one of the visible planets: Sunday (Sun day), Monday (Moon day), Tuesday (Mars day), Wednesday (Mercury day), Thursday (Jupiter day), Friday (Venus day), and Saturday (Saturn day). The ancients included the Sun and the Moon among the planets because they wandered across the heavens. The Golden Dawn assigned seven of the major arcana cards to the seven visible ‘planets’ of antiquity.

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Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the Three of Cups depicts three friendly individuals in a happy celebration, perhaps of a good harvest. It is a time of happiness, success, favorable issue, and abundance. Why are the maidens rejoicing? Perhaps they have received good news about a project, a promotion, recovering from illness, an engagement, a wedding, or the birth of a child. Their creative juices are flowing. The harvest has been abundant and they know how to have a good time.

Complete Book of Tarot: Fact 12: The history of the tarot is fascinating, but you don’t need to know it to read the cards effectively. On the other hand, learning about the origins of the ideas and symbols artists used to illustrate the cards can give you a greater sense of their meaning and place in Western culture. I enjoy understanding the evolution of ideas and historical trends, so I have included numerous comments about history throughout this text. Knowing a little about the history can keep you from falling prey to many of the false ideas about the cards that have been perpetrated over the course of time. Tarot is a fanciful and imaginative process, so it’s nice to keep at least one foot planted on the ground.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The element Air is assigned to the Fool, a card without a number but sometimes labeled ‘0’ in modern decks. Modern astrologers often assign Uranus to Aquarius and to the Fool.