Babylonian Tarot (Llewelyn, 2006).
we have the Three of Cups. At the top of the card, three blue vases
overflow with fresh water, which in a hot, dry region like Mesopotamia
would certainly have been a welcome vision. In fact, this type of vase, the book tells us, was called hegallu, which means "abundance". Beneath this we have a
bald, naked man carrying a basket of fruit between the trees of an
In terms of meanings, the book mentions plenty, success, pleasure, joy and celebration, as well as maternity and friendship.
This card bodes well for us exchanging contracts
today. That would certainly make my day feel abundant and worthy of
celebrating! In terms of the traditional 'supportive group of women'
interpretation, I see in this the fact I'll be sending off my
presentation and handouts to Kim Arnold, organiser of the UK Tarot Conference.
She's wonderfully organised with her tech, and also offers to print out
handouts: most supportive! One more task crossed from my to-do list is
also something to celebrate :)
I am grateful for the abundance of well-being and good people in my life.