Eight of Cups â€“ It is time to give up on your comfort zone and follow your dreams. This is the time to make that decision to peruse a new career or love. It is what you need. The inverted card tells us that we could be jumping the gun and we should not be so hasty to give up what is comfortable to you.
Nine of Cups â€“ This card tells us that what we truly want will come to manifestation in the near future. We are at our highest peak in creativity, love, and our social life. The inverted card tells us not to give up hope but that currently it is not a good time to be focusing on our desires. However, with the lack of positive energy in our life we are bound to feel less creative, loveable, and might withdraw from social gatherings.
Ten of Cups â€“ This card tells us that our relationships with those we consider family will be very close in the coming times. We will desire to surround ourselves with them as they gravitate towards us. The inverted card warns us that we are distancing ourselves from those who could help us or offer our comfort. This could lead to depression.
Page of Cups â€“ This card represents child or child-like person who is very emotional. They laugh the hardest at the funny jokes and cry the most at the death of a loved one. They have a very vivid imagination, love playing pretend, are quick-witted, and enjoy helping others. Everything they cherish holds sentimental value. If there seems to be no evidence of this child the card could be foretelling of a message in regards to your emotional state heading your way. The inverted card tells us of a child or child-like person who is very evened out when it comes to emotions. They do not feel that you should have to tell someone you love them, this should just be understood. They do not see the point to playing â€śhouseâ€ť or â€śdoctor,â€ť and would rather learn something. They cherish very few items, and these items usually have no sentimental value. If there is no one evident by this reading the card could be the warning of a message about heartache.
Knight of Cups â€“ This is the dreamy teen or someone teen-like, we see as the lead in all those â€śteen-movies.â€ť They love life, music, poetry, art, and anything, which allows them to express their emotions. They do not mind sharing how they feel with others. Their emotions are expressed in the extremes as pure love or even pure hate. If no one is evident then this card could be a message about travel by water. The inverted card tells of a teen or someone teen-like who is reserved and unexpressive. They hide their feelings as they feel this is ammunition for those who wish to hurt them. They prefer sitting inside a cold sterile classroom rather, than outside in the sun. If there is no person evident, this card could be telling you to forget that fishing trip you were planning on.
Queen of Cups â€“ This card represents a woman or someone woman-like (I say woman-like because often times the energies that some transgender, transvestite, or gay men emit are feminine in nature.) who is very in-touch with their emotions. They are very intuitive and can read someoneâ€™s aches and pains before they are expressed. They might also be psychic. Her friends and family are the most important thing to her and you would be mindful not to hurt them, less you suffer her wrath. She will more than likely be a healer either medical or spiritual. This person is the person you can always turn to if you just need someone to share your emotion. If there is no person relevant than this card could be a message about psychic growth or vivid dreaming. The inverted card is of a woman or someone woman-like who will not discuss personal matters. Her family sometimes wonders if she truly loves them or if she would have preferred not having a family at all. She does not understand the fussing over a deceased loved one or the joy over about a new baby. Some would call this woman â€śfrigid.â€ť If there is no one relevant than this card could be a message that you are losing touch with your awareness of all that is around you.
King of Cups â€“ This is a man or someone man-like (I say man-like because often times the energies of some transgender, transvestite, or lesbians emit are masculine in nature.) whose family never questions their love. He loves throwing a Barbeque just to have an excuse for everyone to laugh and have fun. He might even be a priest who loves congregating with his flock. He understands why communities must work together in order to survive. He is the guy that thinks it is more important for him to be at his childrenâ€™s recitals than to earn some over time. If there is no man represented by this card it could be a message of a new phase in your love life. (This could be that proposal.) The inverted card tells of someone who is less likely to be devoted to his family and more devoted to his work. Financial success is more important to this man than any Barbeque or recital. He might not even be married since he sees no reason to ask the question. He has a very rigid personality. If there is no one relevant then this card could be telling you that it is not time to move forward with your current relationship.