What is the Meaning of the Nine of Cups Tarot Card? The Nine of Cups is portrayed by a man sitting beneath nine golden chalices. While the card itself is quite plain, the meaning behind it is positive. It brings with it a good deal of luck. In fact, the Nine of Cups has a reputation for granting wishes. This is a very good card to get in your spread, as it promises that despite what you may be.
It is a simple card with just eight wands flying through a clear blue sky. They look as if they are in rapid action, racing against the wind and across the small rolls and valleys of the earth below. They have been set to hit a specific target and nothing can stop their goal. Due to the laws of gravity, they are going to have to stop somewhere. Eight of Wands Interpretation and Divination.
The Strength Tarot reversed is similar to the upright meaning, in that it indicates that you need to be brave and have self-belief to get ahead in your career. In the reversed position in a career Tarot reading, this Major Arcana card is a stronger indicator that you have been letting fear and anxiety hold you back. Fear of failure can be paralysing if you allow it to be. Let go of the self.
The King of Wands Tarot card also gives us a message to embrace truth and honesty. The message is clear: always speak words of truth and ask for the same in return. By doing so you will have clarity and be understood by others. You are both a master and a visionary, the one many will want to follow.
In the Reversed Nine of Wands, the Figure looks like he is standing waiting for something and it reminds me of all the times over the years when I stood for hours waiting for buses that never arrived. I remember, standing in the rain and dark staring down the road in the direction the bus would come from, straining my eyes for any sight of it. More times than not, it never arrived but it would.
Reversed Meaning -Three of Pentacles. The Three of Pentacles card is a disturbing card in the reversed position because it can trump a lot of negative qualities: selfishness, opposition, lack of cooperation, lack of focus, and failure to name a few. When this card comes up in a reading it can be a definite warning to go back to the basics, rework the initial plan of a project, and make sure.
The Present Brief Meaning Disloyalty, aggression, willful misguidance and misleading advice, dishonesty, 'jiggery-pokery' and misrepresentation. Full Meaning The Two of Swords reversed is a card of conflict and an inability to achieve balance. In its upright position, the Two of Swords is all about balancing opposing factions. When this card reversed shows up, it is more likely that any.
The reversed Queen of Wands is a sign that your shadow self has taken over. Jealousy, insecurity, and selfishness are thwarting your progression in life.