Your Relationship Spread
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Your View of Your Partner

The Queen of Wands

Aphrodite is our Queen of Wands, and not just because of her association with outward beauty and sex appeal (also aspects of the Queen of Wands). But because of her confident, outgoing and fiery nature, that believed she could make any conquest she chose and succeed in any task. She was optimism personified, and if you drew this card, you have reason to be, too.

Your Partner's View of You

Page of Cups Reversed

Eros is more often depicted as a handsome young man than as a chubby child, and its in this guise that he met and fell in love with a beautiful human woman, Psyche. But Psyches sisters were jealous, and attempted repeatedly to break the couple apart. Likewise, the Two of Cups indicates trouble in paradise: arguments, deception, and breakups are possible.

Your Needs

Queen of Swords Reversed

Penthesilia accidentally killed her sister, and in her grief decided that she wanted to die. But as Queen of the Amazons, she had to die in battle, and no one could defeat her. So she joined the Trojan War just to fight Achilles, the greatest warrior of the age, in a suicide by demigod. This card warns of bad decisions when emotions overcome good sense.

Your Partner's Needs

Seven of Cups Reversed

The only man to hear the famous sirens song and live was Odysseus, who bound himself to his ships mast before he passed their island. He knew their voices were irresistible and would lure him to his death, so he made the wise choice to not give himself a choice. Sometimes, willpower needs a little help. Set yourself up for success.

The Current State of Your Relationship

Two of Cups

On her own, Scylla (above) was a feared sea goddess, but pair her with Charybdis, a massive and very dangerous whirlpool, and she was able to turn to Straights of Messina into the ancient Greek equivalent of the Bermuda Triangle. Sunk ships, sunk ships everywhere! Find your other half, partner up and see what kind of power you can generate.

The Path You Would Like to See Your Relationship Follow

The Emperor

The emperor card stands for strength, assertiveness and all around macho-like-behavior. Like Zeus, king of the gods, who was accused of a lot of things, but being a shrinking violet was never one of them. But, you know what? Sometimes, macho isnt so bad. If you donít take charge of your own life, someone else will do it for you -- and you may not like where you end up.

The Path Your Partner Would Like to See Your Relationship Follow

The Page of Swords

Aphrodite had promised Paris that Helen of Sparta would be his bride, but how to get them together? She solved the problem by sending Paris to Sparta as an envoy, at a time when Helens husband was away. And then sent Himeros (god of desire) to seal the deal. Likewise, you can reach a desired end more easily through diplomacy than force today.

Aspects of Your Relationship to Consider

Five of Cups

Some pirates kidnapped a wealthy looking guy, but when they tried to tie him up, the rope wouldnt hold. And then he turned into a lion and attacked them! And when they jumped overboard, he changed them into dolphins and laughed as they swam away. Dionysius always did have a sense of humor. Hopefully you will, too, as you deal with the non-attainment of expected results.

The Outcome

Ace of Wands

Excitement, courage, creativity, and inspiration. Like Apollo with his lyre, you are on fire!

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