Today I’ve brought out my Llewellyn deck as per request, no Major Arcana, but we do again have a very interesting grouping of cards.
The first is the six of cups which is a card about innocence, with a sense of freedom and playfulness as symbolized in children at play in the garden. There are multiple meanings for the word innocence however; it can also be innocence in the sense of lack of guilt as in the legal sense. Being this card is right beside the Ace of Swords, which often stands as a symbol for truth and justice I’m inclined to take this meaning.
This cards is about loneliness, heartbreak and betrayal, in this case it certainly looks like betrayal or a setup, look how that sword is stabbing you in the back!
This is starting to read like this week’s episode of “Castle”!
Well, whoever you are, the two of wands tells you to tap into your own personal power. The two of wands is related to the Magician, you have the power and the will to make a difference. Like the woman in the picture, take it into your own hands and rule your own world!