37-Two of Cups Reversed Thoth Family Tarot Reading

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Family, Friends & Relationships:

In general The reversed Two is a card that says that things are likely to be going well. However be careful that you are not causing problems in your platonic friendships by over attention to your love life.

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.

This reading is part of a family tarot reading using the The Two of Cups using cards from the with 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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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: It is said that the seventeenth-century treasure hunter Captain Kidd believed that carrying lanterns containing consecrated candles would conjure up the ghosts of the dead to help him in his quests. In American folklore, a candle left burning in an empty room will bring death to a family. In British folklore candle wax that drips around and not down the candle is a death omen, while in Germany a candle wick that splits in two spells misfortune. Typically the death omen is allegedly minimized by extinguishing the candle under running water or by blowing it out. Lastly, a candle that burns blue or dimly is thought to suggest a ghost is nearby.

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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 he’d painted his wife Margaret’s 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: When you are learning Tarot, it’s very possible that you’ll ask friends or people you know if they would like to have their cards read. As time goes on, it’s often better to wait until you’re asked, but of course at the start no one will know that you’re available to do this unless you tell them! And actively offering your services (at the beginning, definitely not for money1) can be a useful way of screening out individuals for whom you don’t feel ready or willing to read the cards. You can also phrase your invitation in such a way that you can tackle the kind of reading you feel most confident with, for instance by saying ‘I’m just getting into practice with this, and I’d like to suggest a general reading as to where things stand at present, if that’s OK.’ Or ‘Could you make it a question that is about something specific, but nothing too important to you?’ This way, you are not dealing with life-or-death situations or opening a can of worms by venturing into very sensitive territory.

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Reversed Cards: A blocked Ace of Wands really does make for a very dull experience, for without fire how can we possibly see in the darkness of our own fear and doubt? We can’t, nor can we see the potential for hope or improvement. A blocked Ace of Wands can lead us into despair and give us a sense of hopelessness. When we don’t allow passion, desire, or fire in our lives, we shut out some of our most heightened sensory experiences. When the Ace of Wands is blocked, these essential elements of life can be missing. When this card shows up in your reading or daily draw in the blocked aspect, you may be feeling lost, disconnected, or detached from your own life.