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Family, Friends & Relationships:
Even with the implication that you may be overlooking some important cause for happiness which is right under your nose, this is still a good card to see; regardless of the question.
Card Meanings: Keeping Up Appearances, Disharmony, Family Secrets, Dysfunctional Family, Social Services, Quarrel, Rocky Relationships, Neglect, Lack Of Security/Stability, Lack Of Teamwork, Miscarriage, Losing Your Home, Broken Home, Non-Traditional Families, Not Wanting Marriage/Children, Waste, Broken Relationships, Infertility, Homesickness, Divorce, Unhappy Home/Family Life, Isolation, Foster Families, Conflict, Separation
The Ten of Cups is another of the most uplifting of cards that you can receive. This card points to happiness in general, perhaps in a more mature, grown-up, global kind of way as opposed to the more personal, less global, wish fulfillment promised by the Nine of Cups. Either way it’s a good card.
This reading is part of a family tarot reading using the The Ten of Cups using cards from the with the Golden 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.
Here are some snippets from a few of my favorite books
Elements of the Psychic World: On the night of 7 July 1553, Mary Tudor, the daughter of Henry VIII of England, was taken in and hidden at Sawston Hall by the occupants, the Huddleston family, when Lady Jane Grey, Henrys grandniece, was declared Queen in Marys place. On the morning of 8 July, fearing for her life, Mary escaped disguised as a milkmaid. In revenge supporters of Lady Jane burned the house down.
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Reversed Cards: When I think about a card in the protection aspect, I think of divine intervention. You may call it the hand of God or the work of your angels, but no matter what you call it, the result will always be the same. The protection aspect of the card is saving us from some sort of calamity or despair that we with our limited perception cannot see. What a blessing!
Reversed Cards: We live in an age when gender politics is very much front and center in most conversations about representation. Although the energy, lessons, and challenges of the queens (and the kings, for that matter) are not restricted to gender, I do not wish to do these ladies of history a disservice by making them completely gender neutral. The queens of the tarot are representations of female pioneers. They are the retelling of women of history, the very real women of history. Women who have a right to have their stories told. This is why you will find that most of the information in this section is written as if the queens are gendered female. Female voices have been silenced long enough, and the queens of the tarot demand to be heard, even if they are upside down, shadowed, and flipped slightly off kilter. It is probably just as well that women in general have learned throughout human history to be flexible.
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Tarot for Beginners: The Tarot deck as we now know it contains a total of 78 cards, divided into the Major and Minor Arcana. Each section has its purpose in reflecting inner truths and hidden knowledge.