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27-2-2020 – The Two Of Cups

Today’s draw comes from the Dungeon Solitaire: Labyrinth of Souls , which is technically a Tarot card game by Mathew Lowes and illustrated by Josephe Vandale.

Dungeon Solitaire: Labyrinth of Souls launched with a hugely successful Kickstarter and has inspired it own line of Labyrinth of Souls fiction written by an incredible lineup of veteran and award-winning authors and published by ShadowSpinners Press.

Title card for the Dungeon Solitaire Labyrinth of Souls deckWhile developed as a fantasy game, the deck is also useful as a Tarot of interesting design. As the deck does include additional cards, it could technically be considered under the category of Oracle decks, rather than traditional Tarot. Click on the Title card above to go to the official website.

Two of Cups from the Dungeon Solitaire - Labyrinth of Souls deck
The Two of Cups
Longs for Another

The Two Of Cups

The Two of Cups often shows a couple, each holding a cup, as if making a pledge to one another; in modern playing cards, the suit of Hearts is the analog to Cups in the Tarot. The theme of the Two of Cups is almost always a partnership of some type, whether it is as Lovers, Companions, or some other type of partnership, such as in business.

While the exact nature of the partnership is less clear, whether it is past, present, or future, it is a powerful one. This partnership involves absolute trust and commands respect.

Whether it is a love affair, a deep and abiding friendship – does not matter. It will be a source of happiness for you, though, a presence in your life you can count on at every turn, and whose well-being will be as important to you as your own.

When you find it, cherish it.

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