The Cups represent the vessel and the element of water. Different cups show you different things, such as the Suit of Cups, which usually deals with females and emotional situations that come in life.
Some symbols are used with these cards, and the vessel is usually something that will hold liquid, which is considered a female (cup). So when looking at the Suit of Cups, it represents someone that will think with logic and someone strong in their spirituality.
If you see the Cups a lot when a reading is happening, it probably means that you are someone that is very emotional and that you are personal to what the reading is telling you.
There are times when your emotions will be good and times when they will be bad, so if there is a reading that you get and it has a lot of cups in, chances are it can be either a good reading or a bad reading.
List of Cup Cards
There are fourteen different cup cards, including:
- The Ace of Cups
- Two of Cups
- Three of Cups
- Four of Cups
- Five of Cups
- Six of Cups
- Seven of Cups
- Eight of Cups
- Nine of Cups
- Ten of Cups
- Page of Cups
- Knight of Cups
- Queen of Cups
- King of Cups
Ace of Cups
The Ace of Cups is the first card in the Suit of Cups and is a good card to see in a reading.
Two of Cups
The Two of Cups is the second card in the Suit of Cups Cards and can represent a partnership with someone.
Three of Cups
The third card in the Suit of Cups is the Three of Cups card; this means having success in your life or being part of a community, or having a reunion.
Four of Cups
The fourth card in the Suit of Cups represents reflecting on yourself and taking time to meditate in life.
Five of Cups
The fifth card is the Five of Cups, and it represents being disappointed or sad about something in the past.
Six of Cups
The Six of Cups card is the sixth card in the deck and represents being innocent and happy about the past and being simple in how you think.
Seven of Cups
The Seven of Cups or the seventh card represents being overwhelmed in life, having wishes, and wanting things that we don’t have.
Eight of Cups
The eight card or the Eight of Cups represents a change regarding your life and being unhappy, so finding ways to start new.
Nine of Cups
The Nine of Cups card represents getting what you want in life and seeing your wishes come true, especially in tangible things.
Ten of Cups
The tenth card or the Ten of Cups represents having happiness with your finances and having good things that we hoped to have.
Page of Cups
The Page of Cups is the eleventh card in the deck and represents how you felt when you were a kid and how your emotions are strong when you think of the past around you.
Knight of Cups
The twelfth card or the Knight of Cups represents change and good things and new life.
Queen of Cups
The Queen of cups is the thirteenth card, and it represents power and having a strong woman in your life to give you advice. It also represents being sensitive and mature.
King of Cups
The last card in this deck is the King of Cups, and he represents getting good advice and being mature. This can also show your creative side.