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The 4 of Cups tarot card  The Four of Cups Meaning of the Symbols.
 

 

The four of Cups symbolizes a stubborn person in contemplation, the man guards what he has even though he's unhappy with his situation he refuses to see the potential of what's being offered to him. The mans crossed arms and legs symbolize his blocked emotions. The three cups are  symbolizing his possessions/achievements, although these are being watched over they are not held, this is symbolizing his apathy towards them. The cups on the ground are still upright to symbolize ongoing affections.
 


Ace of Cups
Two of Cups
Six of Cups
Seven of Cups
Eight of Cups
Nine of Cups
Ten of Cups
Page of Cups
Knight of Cups
Queen of Cups
King of Cups

0 The Fool
Ace of Wands
Ace  of Pentacles
Ace of Swords


 


  The Four of Cups Correspondences and Associations.

 

 

Defining Keywords
Lack of motivation. Blind to potential. Apathy. Uncaring. Contempt.
 

The Four of Cups Meaning.
Open your eyes and appreciate what you have and what could be yours. Failed relationships but watch out for a new love potential. Familiarity breeds contempt.

The Four of Cups Reversed.
Love flourishes as familiarity grows. You know and appreciate what's being offered.

 

 

Moon in Cancer

You are responsive, sympathetic and sentimental. You possess an excellent memory; however, that same memory may sometimes make you cling tenaciously to past hurts and injustices. Becoming aware of this tendency may help you to make a conscious decision to move on when it's in your best interest. Your natural intuition about the energies in your environment can border on being psychic. This can make you especially vulnerable to the ups and downs of those you surround yourself with and your already sensitive emotional nature can become easily overloaded.
to call your own.

 

 

 

This Four of Cups is from the Barbara Walker Tarot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The card on the right is the Four of Cups from the Comparative Tarot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This one is the Four of Cups from the Art Nouveau Tarot deck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The last one is from theSimply Tarot Deck.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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