Three of Cups: general, standing and reversed meaning

Three of Cups, general description

Three of Cups is the 51st card of the Major Arcana. It is part of Fatecaster’s Tarot card list that summarizes the Rider Waite Tarot cards’ meaning.

This card is the manifestation of joy, ease and grace that is best expressed by the agricultural Cannstatt festival. It means that we achieved or got something valuable and nice for which we are satisfied, graceful and happy.

On the level of the soul it shows vitality and fulfillment, on the external level it can be a demonstration of joy.

Three of Cups (abundance), standing

Amusement and reflection with friends and loved ones. Finishing a task that brings abundance and perfection. The power is hidden in the unification of a fallen apart community. It can mean a celebration, festival, anniversary, marriage or another joyful event.

Three of Cups (abundance), reversed

Exaggerated compliance over against shallowness that is followed by emptiness. A fortunate but useless closing of a case. Chasing sensual pleasures without any emotional load. It can mean problems that originate in a soon finished activity or an early announced victory.