Tag Archive: Stephanie

Nine of Cups

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The Nine of Cups is a card of reward. This is the fruits of your efforts, and the enjoyment of them. Pure and simple, it’s hedonism. This is not a polite pleasure or… Continue reading

Eight of Cups

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The Eight of Cups is a bittersweet card. It’s that feeling of walking away from the things you’ve built, the things you’ve accomplished. It’s time to move on, and while the move may… Continue reading

Seven of Cups

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The glasses appearing before you are delicate, tempting. Full of possibility, the colors dance before you. The dreams are there, laid out, all the things you could desire. All the dreams you have.… Continue reading

Six of Cups

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The Six of Cups is a look back at the innocent childhood pleasures of life. It’s a nostalgic card, for play and whimsy and ease. The rose-tinted vision of childhood may be real,… Continue reading

Five of Cups

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Crying over spilt milk. Two cups in front of you are poured out, emptied. The sorrow is palpable, because something precious and good has been lost. Yet, at the same time three cups… Continue reading

Four of Cups

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The Four of Cups is someone locked in their head. It’s apathy, sorrow. That place deep inside where hope has disappeared and there is nothing left but emptiness. It’s a place beyond sadness.… Continue reading

Three of Cups

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After so many of the cards in the Blades and Staves, the Three of Cups is a breath of fresh air. This is a light and happy card — a card of celebration,… Continue reading

Two of Cups

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A meeting of minds, hearts, and souls. A partnership, an adventure. The beginning of something wonderful. The Two of Cups is a card of new, auspicious beginnings. It’s a partnership of equals, the… Continue reading

Ace of Cups

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Water is the source of life, the well of dreams, the flowing emotion. The Ace of Cups is the water that flows forth, the source. The river, the well, the sea. Water is… Continue reading

King of Staves

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The King of Staves is not the kind of leader who directs his men into battle from behind a desk. ┬áNo, he’s the first one charging the hill — possibly while the rest… Continue reading