Ace of Cups
Advice: buy a Rider Waite deck.
Pamela Colman Smith (1878-1951)
designed those cards while she was
under the guidance of the Goddess.
Ace of CUPS
How to start with Tarot?
There is only one way to start with Tarot:
the cards have to come into your life.
Buy a stock that interests you and
study the cards.
Which one interests you specially?
How to handle Tarot cards?
You have to be very careful. These cards are no careless toys.
The powers contained in these cards can cause trouble.
So keep the neutral cards upon and under the deck.
Keep the deck in a purple cloth.
Your daily card.
How did this one card become visible in your life?
Note down in your Book of Enlightenment what you feel.
The Ace of Cups
Let me explain what I feel with this card.
The card is one of the cards of Cups.
Cups are representing the Female element of the universe.
Also Cups are influenced by Water.
A quiet lake with lilies.
A cup of gold, water spilling out of it.
Water comes out of the cup in an amazing way.
Both in streams and in drops.
Beautiful flowers are drifting in the lake,
making the lake a place to stay awhile.
A white dove brings holy bread into the cup
made of grain, the holy grain of the goddess.
The hand that holds the Cup is shining with white light.
Innocence, invitation, vulnerability, virginity, pureness.
Still this hand is representing a power able to defend itself.
On the cup is an letter M upside down,
the letter M of Mother.
The Tarot comes from ancient times,
where sex was not hidden away
or made into a way of earning money
or misused for evil purposes.
Sex is holy and has to be respected.
This wonderful card points to the situation
of the fertilization of new life.
Bringing the seeds of life into the cup of life,
which is the vagina.
A holy moment which will be the start of something good and pure,
absolutely wonderful and never seen before.
Tarot cards are governed by real Spirit powers.
Give the cards your careful attention.
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Updated July 07, 2009
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