44-Nine of Cups Reversed Golden Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

If when this card appears in the context of a health question, you feel that your health is reasonably good, you are quite correct. However, this is a time that you can take deeper steps, to not only keep the status quo but also to make major improvements to your health. If dealing with a health concern, The reversed Nine is a sign to go deeper; to look at more than the surface nuts-and-bolts of your illness and to consider any spiritual implications which may help to support your health. In general, though, this card is still very positive.

Card Meanings: Illness, Eating Disorders, Unrewarding, Arrogance, Self-Hatred, Disappointment, Misery, Lack Of Success/Accomplishment, Lack Of Fulfilment, Failure, Disadvantage, Nightmares, Unhappiness, Pessimism, Addictions, Devastation, Overindulgence, Negativity, Shattered Dreams, Underachieving, Low Self-Esteem

The Nine of Cups is one of the most uplifting and pleasant cards to receive in a reading. Known often as the ‘wish card’ it can mean that what you are hoping for or dreaming about most is very likely to be yours in a brief period of time, generally, too.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: There are countless moon-related omens that have evolved since prehistoric times. The moon has long been used to divine the fate of babies when they are born. For example, there is the belief that if a child is born when the moon is one day old, this person will be blessed with wealth and longevity; if the birth occurs during the moon’s waning phase this indicates the child will be unhealthy; if the child is born when the moon is full, he or she will be a very strong individual, but if a child is born in the dark of the moon he or she will need special care and could die young.

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Creative Tarot: Think of the Nine of Cups as the card of the spinster. Not the sad, eternally tormented Miss Havisham kind of spinster, but rather the bombshell spinsters in old movies and the spinsters in Henry James novels. The spinster who has her own bank account and travels the world unencumbered by a husband or someone else’s desires.

Tarot Triumphs: The image of the High Priestess, otherwise called the Papess, or female Pope, is very simple in one sense. A woman with a tall headdress sits before a curtain hung between two pillars, holding an open book in her lap. But she has aroused great debate and much research among Tarot historians.8 Does she represent Pope Joan, Isis, Sophia, the Virgin Mary, Faith and the Church, a prophetic Sibyl, a sorceress, or pagan knowledge? All have been proposed as candidates, along with a specific historical character: the heretical Manfreda, who believed in creating female popes. She was a thirteenth-century cousin of the Visconti family, who later commissioned one of the first Tarot packs. After fighting my way through this thicket of possible allusions and appraising their possibilities, I have arrived at the view that this card can best be understood not as one particular figure, but as an embodiment of wisdom and ancient knowledge symbolized in female form.

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Reversed Cards: As I mentioned in the beginning of this section, fives don’t have goodness or badness built into them. It really is all about how you perceive the change the fives have swept into your life. This could not be more evident in the blocked Five of Pentacles. You could say you have tunnel vision and are only able to see one outcome to one pressing problem. The reality is that everywhere you turn there are multiple solutions and possibilities. This card reminds us that life doesn’t have to be difficult, but it will be if we choose for it to be.