Page of Cups tarot card meaning and card description.

Page of Cups

page-of-cupsPage of Cups Tarot card meaning

The Page of Cups Tarot card is sometimes referred to as the Princess of Cups. The Page of Cups in the more traditional decks is depicted as male. In the modern decks the page is a Princess. Both cards possess the same meanings.

It was claimed that the Page of Cups was a messenger and was associated with pregnancy . Through analysing the card, we can see that the card invokes within us wider meanings.

What does the Page of Cups represent?

The Page is dressed in a blue tunic. He is a young man and he is holding a cup and a fish pops out of the cup. He is about to raise a toast but is taken back by the fish appearing. This indicates that something unexpected is about to happen. The blue and red colours on the Page’s attire are symbolic of the yin and yang principles. The masculine and feminine. The blue is representative of yin energies. Blue energies are calming, healing and relaxing.

The yang is connected to the colour red and is active energy. Its energies connect to enthusiasm, dynamism, creativity, joy and good luck.

I’ve drawn the Page of Cups, what does it mean?

If you have drawn this card it could indicate that you are about to enter a new phase in your life. You will have an opportunity to follow a path that is dear to you. This card could be symbolising the start of a new and inspiring project. You will suddenly become inspired which will lead you to act in a positive way. During this time, it is important to follow your gut and the guidance from within will guide you on your course.

Another interpretation of the Page of Cups means that you will be surprised by good news or the birth of a baby.

The Page of Cups is about emotion and intuition, things that we feel and our gut instincts. The Page of Cups is also about embracing our creative side and using our imagination. Drawing the Page of Cups could mean that a inspiring person will come into your life. They will be a positive influence on you.

All images in this article are courtesy of The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

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