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Two of Cups
by Melvis

Card Meaning
Artistic Media
Artist's Bio


Two cups, filled to the brim, receive drops that ripple their surfaces. The cups are rough hewn, but they blend together smoothly as the couple holding them toast their life together. It makes for a scene of calm against a background of the unsettled emotions of the past.


The merging of the cups indicates the joining of two separate lives in a lifelong commitment. The area of merged liquid symbolizes the new relationship as a whole derived from two separates. The use of male and female hands indicates the differences that a couple brings to their union, which enrich each and complete each other's lives.

Card Meaning

Are you ready to join, to make two into one? Sometimes this card does indeed indicate a relationship of love, but often the relationship is a friendship or business acquaintance that figures prominently in the time to come. Focusing on a common goal or value is often the clearest path to a strong union of divergent individuals.

Artistic Media

Created with Paint Shop Pro.

Artist's Bio

Melvis is an Administrative Manager for a small chain of gift stores in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. (A lofty title that boils down to, "the only one in this tiny company who can work with computers.") She is a used-bookstore fanatic whose interests outside of Tarot include genealogy and psychology. Go back to the project index, read the traditional card meaning, or get a free automated reading.

Card Index

First ACT Deck
Second ACT Deck
Fourth ACT Deck

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