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A Measure of Truth

Alethiometer: The Three of Cups

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Little B, Miss Rain, and Baby Li enjoying each other's company in the Three of Cups; image is my design and my property.

As a teen with a vague interest in numerology, I remember learning that the number three is the number of completion. While the Tarot interpretation is a bit more in-depth, we can think of the Three of Cups as the completion of the balance we worked so hard to achieve in the Two of Cups.

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Currently, a publication dedicated to learning Tarot one card at a time. Even if you don’t believe that we are all connected to the divine in the Universe, the cards can prompt deeper self-reflection and encourage an open-minded view of the world.

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