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Fortune Telling Tarot Cards

Knight of Cups

Tarocchino di Bologna (Giuseppe Maria Mitelli 1660): Knight of Cups

Cups are also referred to as chalices and may be represented by religious grails or goblets. They correspond to the playing card suit of Hearts. This suit represents the element Water, and the social class of Clergy. Cups are considered a Feminine suit. Cups typically represent emotions, love, and spiritual beliefs.

The Knights typically concern teenagers or young adults. They may represent impulsiveness, higher learning, enthusiasm, questing for experience and knowledge, change and opportunity, growth, and confidence, sometimes false confidence.

Romance. Charm. Knight in shining armour. Imagination.

This card can represent change and new excitements, particularly of a romantic nature. It can mean invitations, opportunities, and offers. The Knight of Cups is a person who is a bringer of ideas, opportunities and offers. He is constantly bored, and in constant need of stimulation, but also artistic and refined. He represents a person who is amiable, intelligent, and full of high principles, but a dreamer who can be easily persuaded or discouraged.

Reversed Meaning: Unrealistic. Jealousy. Moodiness.

This card represents unreliability and recklessness. It indicates fraud, false promises, and trickery. It represents a person who has trouble discerning when and where the truth ends and lies begin.