My Tarot Reading

Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Tue Apr 14 07:01:40 EDT 2015

Today’s Card
Ten of Cups (Upright)

A blond man and a brown-haired woman stand on the banks of a winding river. Arm in arm, they look up at the blue sky, where a vibrant rainbow shines above the family. Within the rainbow are ten silver cups. Each parent has one arm raised as if in celebration. While they embrace, their three young children happily dance, holding hands in a circle, beside them. The children add energy and excitement to this card. While the parents are celebrating quietly, the children, on the other hand, are spinning in a circle, their joy too much to contain. The children need to laugh, to move, and to dance through the flowers.

Pink verbena grows prettily in the surrounding meadow and at the family’s feet. In the distance, green willow trees and a pretty cottage on a hill can be seen. The river in this card is a symbol of the happy emotions that flow through this scene. The pretty cottage on the hill is an obvious symbol of a joyful home. The willow tree is associated with goddess magick and the element of water. Finally, in the language of flowers, the pink verbena means a happy family bond.


When the Ten of Cups shimmers into a reading, it is a positive omen. This is the card of the happy family and good marriage or stable relationship. This card also symbolizes the bond of friendship, the fellowship of community, or the emotional ties that form in a happy and close coven. Naturally, work and care are required to maintain these good relationships, but a positive and happy outcome will be achieved. Celebrate the loving relationships that you have in your life. Friends and family are precious; cherish them.

Keywords: Love, imagination, fulfillment. Joy, good humor, happy family. Good home life, comfort and joy. Friendship, happy coven, being a part of the magickal community.

Reversed: Dissatisfaction, not seeing the magick or the joy within your life. Feeling like an outsider in your family or coven. Being used as a scapegoat.

Presented by The Witches Tarot app from The Fool’s Dog.


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