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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
In general you will need to make sure you aren’t paying too much attention to love to the exclusion of all else when you receive The reversed Two of Cups. If you get this card when there are problems in a relationship, it may be time to forgive and forget over past problems. Start fresh.
Card Meanings: Unhappy Couples, Dominance, Losing Friendships, Divorce, Arguments, Incompatibility, Imbalance, Disconnection, Ending Partnerships, Breakups, Disharmony, Abuse, Violent Passion, Separation, Misunderstanding, Inequality
The Two of Cups often refers to romantic partnership, but that is not its only connotation. It can speak of balance, friendship, joy, and sharing.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Around 1826 Marie became the lover of Louis Christopher Duminy de Glapion. A few years after the record of Pariss death appears de Glapion moved into Maries home and lived there until he died in June 1855. They didnt marry but they had 15 children. After establishing her relationship with de Glapion Marie devoted her energies to becoming the most famous and most powerful Voodoo queen in New Orleans.
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Creative Tarot: Rather than the muse dynamic, where one person is doing all of the work and the other person just has to exist, here each person has to see the other as an equal. The Two of Cups is traditionally a marriage card; a wholly egalitarian relationship. When we put it into the artistic context, it becomes a collaboration where each partner feels that his or her ideas are being heard, and each person gets equal credit. Certainly throughout time there have been men who have taken credit for their wives work, like the painter Walter Keane, who claimed that hed painted his wife Margarets paintings of big-eyed children, which were a runaway success in the 1950s and 60s. But with the Two of Cups, mutual respect is required.
Tarot Triumphs: In the Fool’s Mirror approach, the Tarot cards themselves act as the mirror, the means of reflecting the pattern of events. The question posed for the reading stands as the frame of the mirror, setting the scope for what is revealed. The handle symbolizes the intention of the diviner, who holds the mirror steady so that the pattern shows up with clarity. But it is the eye, the mind, and the heart of the diviner, that acts to interpret that pattern with an observant, contemplative, and sympathetic engagement. The mirror is the tool, not the meaning of Tarot itself.
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Reversed Cards: The Three of Swords in the shadow aspect could very well be a warning card. This card could be telling you that you are responsible for someone elses grief and misery. You may not have done this intentionally, though the shadow aspect does hint to some level of awareness on your behalf. We are all guilty of wishing someone ill, just as we are all guilty of saying things we know we really shouldnt say. The point here is that this sort of negativity has a huge vortex of pain, misery, and grief around it. And if you are creating it, it will show up in your life as well. Remember, what goes out also comes in. The shadow aspect of this card is letting you know that you may be on the receiving end of your own intentional negativity.