Two of Cups: general, standing and reversed meaning

Two of Cups, general description

Two of Cups is the 50th card of the Major Arcana. It is part of Fatecaster’s Tarot card list that summarizes the Rider Waite Tarot cards’ meaning.

Two of Cups foresees a loving encounter. It can be a forerunner of a new, sympathetic acquaintance but it also can be the sign of reconciliation or handling the other person with love in an existing relationship. This card, without doubts, emphasizes the area of personal things.

It can refer to a flirt, love at first sight, happiness over seeing someone again or either to a forming friendship or to a tender relationship. It can also mean that during journeys, business entrepreneurs or accomplishing other intentions we will be welcomed and can expect spontaneous help.

Two of Cups (love), standing

Full harmony in a unit, love, friendship or business. A deep and obvious relationship giving off joy and satisfaction. Harmony and the promise of fidelity. Profound connection of masculine and feminine energies. Holiness of the nature that can only exist on higher levels. It can mean the appearance of a soul mate, a marriage, an engagement, a union or a partnership.


Two of Cups (love), reversed

Insecurity with love, friendship and work. Deep delight that excludes old friends, feelings. False promise or thoughtless attitude. Fouling of masculine and feminine energies from every aspect. Desecrating the saint because of basic instincts. Giddiness, exhaustion and loss. It can mean conflict, divorce or freshly gained bands.