What would you make of this tarot card reading? Page of wands, 2 of cups and the wheel of fortune?
My boyfriend of 3 months suddenly decided last week that he wasn’t ready for a relationship and broke up with me. He said it wasn’t my fault and I did nothing wrong but I really love this guy and wondered if he’d ever come back, so I did this small card reading but I’m not too sure about what it means. Any ideas?
Answer by wilds_of_virginia
The most significant card is the Wheel of Fortune. It means change in your life. Surely as there are seasons in Nature, there are seasons in your life as well. These will be times of love and romance and times of solitude. It’s it’s OK- necessary- to have those times of solitude. It is during these times when we find out who we really are and find balance in our lives. Only then can we go out and find real love.
The Two of Cups obviously means you have a deccision to make regarding your love life. it’s always a tricky thing to interpret somebody else’s cards, but since you asked… I would say this card means it’s time to make a choice for you. I would say that choice ought to be love thyself for a little while. Contact me through my profile if you want to talk more.
How do you figure out a timeframe in a tarot card reading?
I am currently learning Tarot card reading, but I don’t understand how readers figure out the time frame in the readings. How can u establish whether the card means months or years?
Any tips would be good and technqiues.
Answer by Cheryl E
If you’re doing the reading for yourself, I think depending on the position of the cards and the card itself, you will have a pretty good idea of what time frame it is referring to. You know your life. If you’re reading for someone else, they will have an idea for themselves, too. To me, tarot cards will tell you nothing more than what you could discern for yourself if you would just sit down and be honest with yourself about your life and the choices you make, the people you are involved with, etc. It is simply a tool to clarify and magnify things in order for you to see what MAY happen if you continue on the path you are currently travelling.
Answer by scarab
I think that the root of that problem is that the universe does not see time the way that we see time, so when we ask the cards it tends to lump EVERYTHING into one big lesson. We tend to view things as seperate that the universe sees as continuations The universe wants to give us the Life Cliff notes, but we really just wanted to know what happens in the third scene. To get around that and make sure we are all on the same page, I like to specify up front what time frame I am looking at in the question. When you are using something like the Celtic spread you can look at the above and below cards as long term influences (usually a year or more) while behind and infront of you tend to be shorter term influences (months or days not years). Then the foundations (7&8) tend to be more of a really long term influence.
If you are using a 3 card spread of past, present and future just specify a time frame. I like to think of things in seasons and half of years so 3 months or 6 months is long enough for some questions to play out. Some require more time.
I hope that helps!
Enjoy your universe!
Answer by Sadhara Satguru
Why don’t you join my forum, you can ask all of these type of tarot questions as we have lots of tarot folk on there. Its all free as well.
Can anyone tell me the meaning of the Knight of Cups in a tarot card reading?
The woman reading my cards said that this card was my card, and I’m just curious as to what this card means in general.
Answer by Hatir Ba Loon
It depends. Tarot cards have different meanings depending on where they are in a spread, and what cards are in relation to it…I think tho that it might have been used as a “Querent” or a card used in the spread to represent the person asking the question.
If the reader knows the questioner, they might pick the card based off of personality, which would mean it would be indicating A talented young person, romantic, and possibly an artist of some sort…
However, if they don’t know you, they’ll pick a card which kind of matches the physical description, which is, light/medium brown hair, hazel eyes, and medium skin..
Answer by level 5 copier
The Knight of Cups-
Upright – Change and new excitements, particularly of a romantic nature. invitations, opportunities, and offers. A person who is a bringer of ideas, opportunities and offers. He is often constantly bored and in constant need of stimulation, but also artistic and refined. A person who is amiable, intelligent full of high principals, but a dreamer who can be easily led or discouraged.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – Unreliability and recklessness. Fraud, embezzlement, false promises and trickery. A person who is congenital liar, someone who has trouble discerning the end of the truth and the beginning of falsehood.-
Answer by sybil_the_soothsayer
When a knight card is evident it is saying balance is needed in the person’s life…
On the positive side, the Knight of Cups is a sensitive soul. He is a poet – a lover of all things romantic and refined. He uses his imagination in wondrous ways and taps the deepest levels of emotion. He knows how to create beauty and share it with others. On the negative side, this Knight is prone to flights of fancy and illusion. His melodramatic moods are legendary, and his emotions often get the better of him. He’s too temperamental and takes offense easily. He can’t stand unpleasantness and will always let others deal with it.
In readings, a Knight of Cups shows that his sensitive style is involved in the situation as an aspect of you, someone else or the atmosphere in general. You need to ask yourself, “Is this Knight’s energy helping or hurting?”
If his style is evident, then balance is needed. Are your feelings appropriate or excessive? Are your daydreams unrealistic? Is someone’s moodiness driving you crazy? Is your home life ruled by emotion rather than common sense? It may be time for a change.
If this Knight’s energy is missing, a dose of poetry may be called for. Are you too restrained? Express your feelings. Do you always make the most practical choice? Go for the extravagant one instead. Do you avoid introspection? Take some time to look within and think about your life…
Answer by Astrapulvis
The knights tend to be the extremists of their suits, or sometimes a messenger. Knights generally are still on their way to reaching full potential and may represent some struggles or conflicts between internal and external forces. On a physical level knights can be male or female and generally the same age or status. I really don’t hold much stock in getting more specific with physical characteristics because I have found the cards to seldom concern themselves with such things. Cups signifies romantic or familial (i.e. brotherly, maternal) love, religion or faith, passive emotion, kindness, depression, and is the most feminine of the 4 suits. Trying to get more specific is really tough without more cards, position in the spread and knowing something about the situation.