About The Tarot

Fortune Telling Tarot Cards

Six of Cups

Visconti-Sforza Tarot (Pierpont-Morgan Bergamo 1451): Six 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 Sixes typically concern choice, gratification, completion, good news, success in struggle or conflict, reward, recognition, triumph, innocence, nostalgia, solutions, movement away from danger, and passage from pain. Sixes may also represent desire and envy.

Reunion. Nostalgia. Childhood memories. Innocence.

The six of cups in the stands for innocence and nostalgia. A time to look back to a simpler way of thinking. Look to the past to find the answers to present day questions. Unquestionable love is a more modern interpretation.

Reversed Meaning: Stuck in the past. Naivety. Unrealistic nostalgia. Old fashioned.

This card may indicate that the questioner is unable to move on and live in the present. The questioner is envious of a simpler way of life that no longer exists. Their old fashioned ideas may be making it hard for them to move with the present.