Six of Cups
small children sit in a garden with six flower-filled cups.
One of the childen reads a book and the other holds a bird.
A small black monkey sits at their feet. In the background is
a walled city.
of childhood joys.
and faithful acceptance. Unquestioning and unconditional love.
yearning for simpler times and less responsibility. But beware
of nostalgia - you cannot return to the past.
Beware of sentimentalising the past. Was it really so much better
than now, or was it more that you were too young and naive to
see the world for what it really was?)
to v1.0 card as I've added more symbolism
to assist readers and made it far more similar to the Rider-Waite
card. The reading child is said to be a member of the Sforza
family, used as a tribute to the place these patrons had in
development of the Tarot in Renaissance society.