Daily horoscope

Nine of Cups

Completeness · Fullness · Generosity · Pleasure · Satisfaction

The Nine of Cups is one of the most friendly and pleasant cards that can appear during the spacing.

It is often known as the “card” of wishes.

It can mean, in addition to a short period of time, that what you dream about is very likely.

Nine of Cups – tarot card meaning

The appearance of this card is usually an indication of happiness and good things to come. Usually it also means that what you want can appear in your life. If you ask a “yes / no” question, the card is the most powerful “yes” indicator, but, like everything else in the tarot, it is not permanent and unchanging.


This card is a very good omen for your love life. If you are already in a relationship, it is very possible that this relationship will deepen and become better and sweeter. If you’re single, this is a great time to meet people. Go to them, mix with them and talk without paying attention to potential results. It’s about having fun.


Because this card is a very powerful trailer, it also speaks well about your finances. It can mean that the financial situation you visualize can be fulfilled, although probably not exactly as you would like.


Your emotional and material well-being is at your fingertips. Go to your friends for advice and support but remember that you will find fulfillment.


Your goal, for which you have set yourself, is the ultimate way. Be faithful to your desires and you will reach the goal you are looking toward. Balance your heart and mind to find a true calling.

YES or NO Tarot Reading – Nine of Cups

The Nine of Cups shows feelings of joy, satisfaction, pleasure and general happiness.

The presence of this card indicates a bright future with good times, bliss and a period in which your wishes will be met.

The answer you are looking for is YES.

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