Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Wed Feb 25 07:46:25 EST 2015
Six of Cups (Reversed)
Two adorable blond children, a brother and sister, sit happily in the green grass and clover on a bright summer afternoon. They have arranged Sweet William flowers in six silver cups. Both of the children wear a watery shade of blue, and their clothes are practical and sturdy for playing outside. A pump bubbles out water to drink, should the children wish for it, and a quiet, shallow stream flows gently through the landscape. The little stream is deep enough to splash in and safe for the children to play by. Peaceful blue skies and a thatched cottage can be seen in the background. This is a simple time of tranquility, enchantment, and innocence. The siblings are creating happy memories while they play together. Life is uncomplicated, and children are very close to magick. Magick is never questioned by children … it simply is. In this card, imagination rules their world. The memories they are making are joyful and sweet. In the language of flowers, the Sweet William blossoms represent childhood and sweet memories.
This card symbolizes happy memories from your childhood, old friends and family, and your past. It can indicate reunions—a surprise visit from a family member or classmate whom you may not have seen in years, a forgotten friend from your old stomping grounds, a former coven member who moved away, or a childhood sweetheart who may be making a return appearance in your life. The Six of Cups card may also be a notice that you need to adopt a more childlike type of wonder for the world around you. Let your imagination guide you into a new, creative project. Believe in magick again.
Keywords: Happy memories, old friends, childhood, family and school reunions. Let your imagination soar. Believe in magick again.
Reversed: Unhappy memories. Feeling sad over an ended relationship. Losing your joy in magick.