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Ace of Cups Tarot Card Meanings
Ace of Cups Love Meaning
Your cup is overflowing with love and joy. This is the real deal kind of love. The ace of cups outcome the true blue kind of love that is worth making sacrifices for is about to come into your life. An Ace of Cups romance can mean any type of wooing. In addition to romantic love, this can refer to a job offer or a potential partnership or contract signed. If you have someone trying to catch your eye right now, you should hear them out. The ace of Cups card indicates new relationships and pure and innocent love. The kind we have at the beginning of a relationship when it is new and fresh.
Ace of Cups Money Meaning
You have a small nest egg to manage but there are seas of money out there. If you open yourself to help or partnerships, you may receive steady help from a stable (but unexpected) source.
Ace of Cups Health Meaning
A tarot reading can only give you hints at how to take care of yourself, not actual medical advice. This card indicates you are feeling well and balanced right now, but this may be a call to drink more water and to think about the purity of the things you are putting into your body.
Ace of Cups Tarot Card Yes/No Meaning
The Ace of Cups is a ‘yes’ card if upright in tarot readings. However, it is a ‘no’ card if reversed.
Ace of Cups Reversed Meaning
Ace of Cups reversed is the cup being dumped over and all of the good things that were being handed to you are being withdrawn and taken away. It is the card of ex-communication and a signal that you are standing outside of the tribe. You will notice that many of the Rider-Waite images borrow heavily from Catholic traditions. This is a sign that you are not a part of the congregation and cannot take part in communion. It may be time to go back to square one and establish the trust in the relationship that you had in mind when you pulled this card.
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