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.
Knight of Coins
The Knight of Coins has a mission to accomplish and has the concentration, determination and abilities to carry through to realize his goals. Patience, persistence and close attention to detail and finesse will assist in reaching those goals. If this is a person, they will have tenacity, loyalty, willingness to work hard to finish a task. They are willing to go for the long haul, realizing it may take time and much patience to bear fruit and are not willing to try to rush things. Be prepared for what you are going to do, don't expect instant gratification, but commit to the bigger picture of what the future has in store and keep your eyes on the means to get there.
The Emperor represents the principle of masculinity, not just in the human realm but also within the fabric of creation. He represents order, structure and control. Whereas the Empress is the power of creativity and fertility, the Emperor represents the ability to take formless matter and give it shape, organisation and structure. When he appears in a reading, he signifies control and orderly rule. On a practical level, he represents the laws and structure of society, be they good or evil.
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