In Lady Harris’ rendering, this Prince comes storming in on a massive wave, drawn by a black eagle. He holds the gaudy blue lotus almost absent-mindedly. A snake rises from its coils inside the cup he bears.
The Four of Cups represents at least a momentary stability in the social and emotional dimension of one’s life.
Sometimes our relationships with others, particularly groups of others (work, school, church, extended family, etc.) can seem like an elaborate game of keep away.
Apropos of the First Day of Spring 2021, the Two of Cups turns up.
The Queen of Cups represents a great depth of emotion and great capacity for empathy, well guarded against drama.