Ace of Water

Someone new is coming in. You may have already met this person, or are about to. This is a significant connection. The Water element represents your emotional world, often centered around connections. Do not limit this special connection to strictly romance.

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Two of Water

The Two of Water brings this message: Pay attention to who is in your vibration, for someone is looking for your attention. Most often this person is a love connection, for Two of Water is a partnership card—representing sharing, feelings, emotions, and union. This may be romantic in nature, but also could be a deep friendship or business partner.

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Three of Water

The Three of Water says, "Let’s Have a Party!" Joy is around you in abundance. Now is not the time of concerns, just go in the flow of this joyfulness and enjoy being carefree. If there’s a new relationship in your life, this validates its worthiness and significance.

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Four of Water

Four of Water invites stability and steadiness into a relationship or friendship. If you are feeling a settling in your relationship, celebrate this stability instead of bristling against your perception of monotony.

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Five of Water

Fives represent an external challenge, and the Five of Water represents the loss of a relationship or connection. You may be on a rollercoaster of emotions, lacking consistency and attachment. This relationship may be salvageable, for there’s always hope. In the meantime, do not focus on loss or betrayal.

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Eight of Water

The eight of Water simply says: Walk away. Move forward one step at a time and release that which has left you unfilled and emotionally drained. Seek emotionally safe places, retreat to them, and find your solace.

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Nine of Water

The Nine of Water is the “Wish” card. Make a wish because the universal forces are supporting you. Make your wish wisely. Are you being too rigid in your requirements for a soul mate? Remember, no one else can possibly meet your standards any more than you can meet theirs. Your cup “may runneth over” at this time; be mindful of over-indulgences.

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Ten of Water

Ten of Water is a soul-mate connection card, this make take the form of marriage or long-term partnership as family of choice, lovers, or business partners.  This is this connection that comes from shared lifetimes together, brings the energy of unity, completeness, deep satisfaction, contentment, joy, sweet serenity, and love.

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King of Water

The King of Water is dedicated to assisting others with emotional growth. With Cancer energy supporting it, The King of Water is nurturing and sensitive. This card represents a coach, mentor, or someone who likes to be needed and loves to counsel others on their journey. However, along with all these good intentions, the level of sensitivity here can lead to paranoia, possessiveness and distrust when imbalanced, which can manifest into addictions if one is not careful.

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Queen of Water

The Queen of Water represents a female with powerful emotions who never yields without a fight. Deeply intuitive, loyal, and tenacious, she likes to have her own way and will throw you into her water if you cross her. Naturally alluring and beautiful, fulfillment comes easily and is expected by her. With Scorpio energy supporting her, she is mysterious and ready to strike if necessary.

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Knight of Water

The Knight of Water, like all members of the emotional Water element, represents sensitivity and a world where emotions rule. This card represents Love that loves to be in Love; a Romantic Dreamer. Pisces energy. Idealistic, and unsteady, the Knight of Water can be a poor decision maker for he sacrifices anything for love.

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Page of Water

The Page of Water represents an emotional and sensitive child. Be mindful that this child isn’t running or carrying the emotional energy for everyone around them. Relaxation is critical for them—from people to toys. Creating down-time for them to replenish and recharge is a must. The Page typically represents a very young child, person or messenger with very young energy aged 0-30.

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