Your Three Card Tarot Reading

Five of Cups

The glasses represent the end of something good. If you look at this scene only through the fallen glass, only at the mess, you see the inverted pentagram; the lost beauty, the sadness. In stead you should try to see in this still life all the happy memories it represents. If the perspective is shifted and you look at the scene through the full glass, the pentagram is the right side up. Even an apple in the midst of a pentagram can just be an ordinary piece of fruit. If you just look at its symbolic value, you never see it for what it is. Everything is what it is, and bad omens originate in our own fears.



Seven of Swords

Like the Sword, the meaning of this card is double edged. It is a card of intellect, strategy and self interest. It is also a card of intrigue, cunning and possible deception.



Three of Cups

The Three of Cups traditionally means joy and shared pleasures, creativity, dreams, intuition and imagination. This is a time of abundance, sharing, of reciprocating, of symbiosis that is interdependent and yet remains individualistic. It represents the glow and well being of companionship (three's company), "All for one, One for all," happiness, good fortune, because the rainbow has no end or beginning and encompasses all things within it, eternity and the fulfillment of emotional blessings. It is the outpouring of emotions and love that creates something greater from it.



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