RELATES TO PEOPLE BORN:
15th to the 21st of October
10th to the 22nd of March
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The Ten of Cups indicates the result of all forces – both positive and negative, and tells of an old cycle coming to completion and a new cycle about to begin. It also tells of transition and individuality with purpose.
The X of Cups is regarded as the ‘family card’
The 10 of Cups is known as the ‘home and family’ card within the Tarot deck and symbolizes happiness and success. It tells of experiencing happy times with love and friendship most prevalent at this time.
The Ten of Cups indicates a sense of on-going peace and lasting contentment. This sense of harmony and satisfaction requires much effort and hard work, but there is
nevertheless the encouraging awareness that it can be realized if we are prepared to put in the personal effort.
The 10 of Cups often suggests the founding of a family and/or achieving and maintaining positive, long-term dreams and aspirations.
The rainbow depicted on the 10 of Cups is a symbol of promise and good tidings, and the symbol of the rainbow always indicates ‘protection’.
The Ten of Cups relates to the number 50 / 5 which tells of ‘living the good life’, and of someone who tends to be unconventional and spontaneous. This vibration brings freedom from restraining situations and release from bondage.
In its relation to the number 10, the X of Cups tells of all sorts of new changes in your life, and ‘good luck’ is in the offing. The X of Cups is a very positive card and indicates that all is well.
1s in a reading indicates new beginnings and change. The 0 amplifies and magnifies the vibrations of the number that it appears with - in this case, the number 1.
Appearing in a reading, the 10 of Cups implies that there is a focus on relationships and family harmony. The Ten of Cups may indicate that relationships are pleasant and harmonious at this time and implies that you may feel a desire to be more involved in your home life and community.
In a reading, the Ten of Cups asks you to recognize the true values of life in all its aspects in order to be able to accept the full promise of life.
The Ten of Cups in a spread tells of changes in your life - but you are asked not to allow these changes to become uncertainties in your life.
The X of Cups is a very strong and influential card in a reading and it’s meaning will not be detracted from or by other cards. You are asked to use this positive time to benefit those who you love and care for.
The X of Cups indicates contentment and fulfillment within the context of the family environment, and/or in the realm of friendships.
When the Ten of Cups appears in a reading, it is a message telling you that any planned trips, travel, journeys, holidays or vacations will be happy, exciting and safe.
The Ten of Cups tells of exciting vibrations and of events taking place suddenly, leading to pleasant surprises and happy times.
The X of Cups is often a card to do with marriage, relationships and love in general. It tells of happy unions, positive partnerships and things running smoothly relationship-wise.
The Ten of Cups may also be indicating that a trip or journey will be taking place in the very near future. This trip will prove to be beneficial for many varied reasons. Rest and relaxation are indicated and a lessening of, or a break from responsibilities.
A time of abundant blessings, happiness within personal relationships and well-earned success is indicated when the 10 of Cups is drawn in a tarot reading.
The 10 of Cups in a reading tells of changes in the air that will bring extra happiness. This may be implying that you will meet your destined life partner, or that your goals are within reach.
The X of Cups tells of ideal family situations (eg ideal partner, happy marriage, happy and healthy children.
When the 10 of Cups is drawn in a reading, it indicates that the search for fulfilment is marked with success, and a secure and peaceful state will be reached. This will bring lasting happiness into your life.
The 10 of Cups appearing in tarot spread can indicate the realization of personal hopes and dreams, and indicates things taking place quickly.
The 10 of Cups appearing in a reading tells of happiness within the family, contentment and joy, and tells of recognizing the true values in life.
Two Tens in a spread tells of a career change for the better.
Three Tens in a spread suggests arguments over money-matters.
Four Tens appearing in a reading together tells of great financial gains to be had, and a very lucky time.
Next to The TOWER:
The X of Cups appearing in a reading next to The Tower indicates that upheaval will bring about changes. Once everything has settled you will be able to make the appropriate choices according to the change/s of circumstances.
The X of Cups appearing next to the Tower card tells of a very definite change in life, and can indicate that a great friendship or partnership will be long-lasting and successful.
Next to The EMPRESS:
When the Ten of Cups appears next to The Empress in a reading, it implies that happy partnerships and possible ‘announcements’ may be made. This may involve either yourself or someone close to you.
Family ties and relations are highlighted at this time and when the 10 of Cups appears next to The Empress, it may be telling you that it is a perfect time to make arrangements for special events to come.
The X of Cups is indicating that it is a most auspicious time to make plans for the future when it appears next to The Empress.
Next to The HIEROPHANT:
When placed next to or near The Hierophant card in a spread, the Ten of Cups is indicating that marriage plans will have a positive outcome.
Next to Any Other 10 (X) Card:
When the Ten of Cups appears next to any other 10 numbered cards of any suit, it indicates that a huge change is imminent. The number of 10s will indicate how radical the change will be. If there are multiples of 10s within the spread it will indicate how the changes will come about.
Disruption, conflict, broken relationships, disharmony, false promises, miscommunication, misunderstandings, disagreements, upsets, separations, arguments.
The 10 of Cups reversed asks that you not give in to negative adversity, but rather, be strong in the face of adversity.
The 10 of Cups appearing reversed may be implying that something or someone is disrupting an otherwise idyllic situation. If this is referring to a particular person, it may not be entirely their fault as other members of the family or group are not offering appropriate or positive influences and/or guidance, leading this person to ‘act up’ to gain attention. Once this issue is addressed the disruptions will cease and there will be a return to harmony.
The reversed Ten of Cups implies that present situations or circumstances are causing grief, stress and sadness. It is asking you to take the necessary time to heal before moving forward.
The X of Cups when it appears reversed in a reading, implies a feeling of being let down, emotionally hurt and of being double-crossed or unfairly manipulated. It may also indicate the loss of someone close, bringing a sense of mourning.
The Ten of Cups reversed may be indicating arguments, disputes and futile disagreements, which may involve family members. Reversed, the X of Cups tells of disruptions within family unit, either immediate or extended.
The 10 of Cups reversed tells of temporary setbacks that require the family to pull together.
Reversed, the Ten of Cups may be indicating a loss of love, the loss of a friendship or relationship or someone close leaving your life. It may also be indicating miscommunication leading to misunderstandings, with disagreements, upsets, separations and arguments prominent at this time.
Reversed, the 10 of Cups may be telling you to look after yourself in all aspects; physically, mentally and spiritually.
Drawn reversed, the 10 of Cups may indicate that something or someone is blocking the positive energies expected. Using discernment, consider the people in your life and the roles they play.
Appearing reversed, the 10 of Cups may be indicating a lack of self-esteem, a fear of loss and/or rejection, and this can be a reason for disharmony. It is a time to look within and bolster positive aspects.
Joanne WalmsleySacred Scribes
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