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Fortune Telling Tarot Cards

Page of Cups

Visconti-Sforza Tarot (Cary-Yale 1466): Page 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 Pages typically concern children. They may represent innocence and playfulness, novices, amateurs, and young students, learning, naivety, and youth.

A messenger. Creative beginnings. Synchronicity.

This card can represent a sweet-natured child who loves home life and family but may struggle in school. The child may be a dreamer with a huge imagination and a sensitive emotional intuition. Because their head is always in the clouds, they may struggle with down-to-earth matters. Creativity and vision are among this person's blessings. As a situation it represents an opportunity for artistic or creative learning and expansion.

Reversed Meaning: Emotional immaturity. Creative block.

This card indicates that creativity is being blocked or constrained by material or emotional matters. It may also indicate naivety and foolishness, and an inability to cope with the real world.