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The Nine of Cups: Reversed Meanings
The Rider Waite Tarot Nine’s
Nine’s hold energy of attainment and completion, but with that closure, we understand we are also faced with renewal. There is no ending without a beginning Nine people are influential, and easily manage groups of people. These individuals are perfect for leadership and places of power when they utilize their nine strengths in a healthy manner. Nines are among the most powerful cards, usually granting the querent what it is they are looking or asking for. Nines require deeper thinking and wider vistas. It’s a stage where we’re synthesizing information, contemplating how far we’ve come, and realizing the extent to which we’ve changed. As a number, nine is visionary, conscientious, and universal. It’s a point where we look beyond ourselves to the larger meaning and reverberations of our actions.
The Rider Waite Tarot Suit of Cups
The Suit of Cups deals with the emotional level of consciousness and is associated with love, feelings, relationships and connections. Cups are about displays of emotion, expression of feelings and the role of emotions in relation to others. The Cups Tarot cards indicate that you are thinking with your heart rather than your head, and thus reflect your spontaneous responses and your habitual reactions to situations. Cups are also linked to creativity, romanticism, fantasy and imagination. The negative aspects of the Suit of Cups (i.e. when the Cups cards appear reversed) include being overly emotional or completely disengaged and dispassionate, having unrealistic expectations and fantasising about what could be. There may be repressed emotions, an inability to truly express oneself and a lack of creativity. The Suit of Cups traditionally represents the west and autumn. If using an ordinary deck of playing cards, Cups are represented by the Suit of Hearts.
The Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck is the most popular and widely used tarot card deck in the world, printed from plates that were destroyed during the bombing of London during World War II. Full of symbolism and deeper meanings, Arthur E. Waite, the intellectual father of the Rider Waite deck, commented that ‘the true Tarot is symbolism; it speaks no other language and offers no other signs.’
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Complete Book of Tarot: Card 8, the experience of those surrounding the querent, was the Nine of Cups, often called the ‘wish card.’ Most likely this card referred to his girlfriends belief that getting pregnant would be a wish come true.
Complete Book of Tarot: In Llewellyns Classic Tarot, a hand emerges from a cloud on the left-hand side of the card, holding a golden coin upright in the light blue sky. The hand encircles the upper part of the chalice with its thumb facing the viewer. On its surface the golden coin features a pentacle, often used as a talisman in ritual magic. The five points of the pentacle are associated with the five points of the human body (the head and four limbs) and with the classical five senses (touch, sight, taste, smell, and hearing). People characterized by the suit of Coins or Pentacles tend to be grounded in material reality but may have difficulty making contact with their sixth sense of intuition.
Portable Magic: Imagine a ring of golden light expanding from your heart centre through the air to link all twelve signs of the zodiac in their rectangles above the rugs of the trumps.
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