Note: Meaning behind the tarot combinations greatly differ based on the order of the cards you receive. These interpretations are written for when you receive the Fool card as the ‘’clarifying’’ or the ‘’outcome’’ card, or after the Cups.
Ace of Cups and the Fool
More often than not, this tarot combination talks about new beginnings in life that fills you with love and joy. Feelings represented both by the Fool and Ace of Cups are genuine, innocent and hopeful. Whether you are taking on a new path or starting a new relationship- Advice here is to listen to your heart and take that leap of faith. But the Fool also fails to see the cliff ahead- so be careful while making an important decision at this time.
Two of Cups and the Fool
Two of Cups represents genuine partnerships and romantic relationships. In some readings, it can be considered as a soulmate/twin flame card as well.
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Paired with the Fool, this combination most likely talks about falling in love. It can also represent a soulful friendship or a work partnership with great potential as well. In any case, Two of Cups and Fool together tells you that it is time to put your worries aside. Trust your heart and go where it takes you.
Three of Cups and the Fool
Three of Cups is associated with happy unions: Parties, celebrations, friendships, collaborations, etc.
With the Fool next to it, this combination can talk about a new connection/situation with great potential.
These cards together encourage you to meet new people, take on adventures, let your hair down and get a little wild. You never know where life will take you.
For example, Three of Cups and Fool can talk about meeting someone special in an event.
A person represented by Three of Cups and Fool has pure intentions, but they are not thinking seriously about the outcome right now. They just want to have fun and see where things go.
If you are asking about their feelings for you- they see you as an easy going person who is very fun to be with.
And lastly, Three of Cups can also represent love triangles if the rest of the reading also suggests it.
Four of Cups and the Fool
Are you stressed, stagnant or bored in life? Do you feel like you lost your sense of adventure? Perhaps you just got out of a tough relationship and stopped believing in love. These are the kind of things that the Four of Cups talk about.
If any of these resonate with you, you need to get out of the Four of Cups rut and take on the fresh Fool energy. This can mean getting out of your comfort zone and trying new things, meeting new people, or following your heart. In any case, change is what you need. It is time to take that leap of faith.
Five of Cups and the Fool
The feeling associated with the Five of Cups is disappointment. If you had been dwelling in the past for any reason- the Fool is showing you all the new opportunities that life has to offer.
The Fool represents a new, exciting beginning for you, but only if you are willing to see it.
With the Five of Cups and Fool combination, what you need the most is a positive mindset: Help yourself to move on by embracing change. Allow yourself to see each day as a new opportunity to create something better.
Six of Cups and the Fool
Six of Cups is the card of the past, the Fool is the card of now.
Together, they can represent the past making a comeback. This can be about reminiscing the old times, or perhaps reconnecting with someone from the past.
In a more negative sense, you may be clinging too much on the past and failing to see the cliff ahead.
If you are feeling overwhelmed and anxious, Six of Cups and the Fool combination can be your inner child encouraging you to reconnect with your carefree and adventurous side. Let go and flow in the moment. Surprising opportunities await you.
Seven of Cups and the Fool
Both these cards are associated with multiple opportunities.
But they also hold a warning to be careful. Seven of Cups and the Fool can talk about the dangers of carelessness and uncertainty. When you are making an important decision, don’t let wishful thinking fool you.
With these cards together, what you need is to ground yourself into reality, so you can make better changes.
If you are asking about someone’s feelings, Seven of Cups and the Fool shows a person whose head is in the clouds. They are not able to pay attention or take things seriously at this time.
Eight of Cups and the Fool
The Eight of Cups shows that you are choosing to walk away. Fortunately, the Fool energy next to it is exactly what you need.
Whether it was a relationship, a job or a mindset- By leaving the old behind, you now have freedom to learn and grow once again.
One of things you are learning with the Fool is trusting the universe’s plan. During this time, exciting new opportunities can come your way- don’t be afraid to take that leap of faith. If you cling on the past or a negative mindset, you may miss them.
Nine of Cups and the Fool
The Nine of Cups is known as the wish card of Tarot. If you wished for a new beginning in life, the Nine of Cups and Fool together likely suggests that your wish is being granted.
Together as feelings they represent joy, excitement, satisfaction and pleasure.
In a more negative sense, Fool & Nine of Cups may be warning you about carelessness, wishful thinking and overindulgence. Make sure that you are not ignoring problematic situations or sweeping your problems under the rug.
Ten of Cups and the Fool
Ten of Cups is all about happy relationships. The Fool next to it in future/outcome position represents new beginnings and opportunities coming your way.
With Ten of Cups and Fool combination, you may be starting a new relationship, a job opportunity, a family, or perhaps getting married.
When you are ready to change your path, these cards are telling you to listen to your heart and take a leap of faith. Follow your passion- the world is your oyster.
Page of Cups and the Fool
Page of Cups is the youngest member of the Cups family. The Fool is also a card of youth and naivety. This combination is an invitation for you to actively seek out what makes you excited, spread the wings of your imagination and express your emotions freely.
Love may be around the corner! The Page of Cups and the Fool can represent romantic offers and new relationships. Expect a surprising message soon.
If it represents a person, Page of Cups can be interpreted as someone with Water Sign qualities (Cancer,Scorpio Pisces). This person is youthful, romantic and creative.
Knight of Cups and the Fool
With Knight of Cups and the Fool, you are being encouraged to follow your hearts desires. New offers and opportunities are available to you- it is up to you to make a decision. The only danger here is immaturity and lack of experience.
In love readings, he is the most romantic one amongst the knights of Tarot. Golden cup in his hand can represent someone declaring their feelings for you/ offering their love. If you are already in a relationship, withthis combination you are discovering new depths of romance and intimacy with your partner, strengthening your bonds and possibly taking a big step of greater commitment.
If it represents a person, Knight of Cups can be interpreted as someone with Water Sign qualities (Cancer,Scorpio Pisces). This person is romantic, caring and passionate.
Queen of Cups and the Fool
Queen rules the emotional realms as the female counterpart of the King of Cups. She is a kind and gentle soul just like the king, but what makes her unique is the feminine mother energy. Empathetic, warm and nurturing qualities of the Queen of Cups makes her an amazing friend, healer, mother and companion.
Queen of Cups and the Fool combination can represent a new, exciting and emotional chapter in your life. This can mean a new romance, creativity or success. In any case, advice here is to listen to your heart. Pay attention to your dreams and intuition as well.
If it represents a person, Queen of Cups can be interpreted as someone with Water Sign qualities (Cancer,Scorpio Pisces). This person is romantic, intuitive and nurturing.
King of Cups and the Fool
Water element rules the realms of unconscious and associated with intuition, creativity and emotion. The King of Cups is the master of navigating the waters of life.
The Fool next to it suggests that you are on a path of emotional maturity. You are doing a lot of inner work of understanding your emotions, channeling creativity, discovering core personal values and learning your intuitive abilities.
When the Fool shows up, the world is your oyster. But he can be quite naïve sometimes, so make sure that you are weighing your decisions carefully.
If it represents a person, King of Cups can be interpreted as someone with Water Sign qualities (Cancer,Scorpio Pisces). This person is emotionally deep, compassionate and wise.