It is a card of valour, for, on the surface, six are attacking one, who has, however, the vantage position. On the intellectual plane, it signifies discussion, wordy strife; in business-negotiations, war of trade, barter, competition. It is further a card of success, for the combatant is on the top and his enemies may be […]
And today, we have the Seven of Cups. Waite’s interpretation of this card is: Fairy favours, images of reflection, sentiment, imagination, things seen in the glass of contemplation; some attainment in these degrees, but nothing permanent or substantial is suggested. Reversed – desire, will, determination, project. Again, I go along mostly with Waite’s feelings on […]
Design, attempt, wish, hope, confidence; also quarrelling, a plan that may fail, annoyance. The design is uncertain in its import, because the significations are widely at variance with each other. Reversed – good advice, counsel, instruction, slander, babbling.
These are exceedingly contradictory; in the main, it is a card of money, business, barter; but one reading gives altercation, quarrels – and another innocence, ingenuity, purgation. Reversed – cause for anxiety regarding money which it may be proposed to lend.