Three of Cups

The Fool now journeys to the Three of Cups, and it’s party time, so The Fool can let his hair down. Time is spent with friends or loved ones, and it’s all about fun, laughter, and even celebration. Family and friends of The Fool gather to enjoy each other’s company, even if it’s just for the sake of it. Pleasures are fleeting here for The Fool, but there is a time in life to be in good company and connect with those you want to enjoy time with.

Time to celebrate! Have nothing to celebrate; raise a glass with friends to life for the hell of it! Here we find an abundance of affection and happiness, and that is best shared with others.

Where there have been problems, we find them resolved; where situations have needed some joy injected, here it is!

Social events are shown by the Three of Cups: time with friends; a time to party; a time to smile and laugh; and a time to let your hair down.

The more superficial elements of life can appear here as appearance is a focus, such as shopping trips, buying new clothes, exercising, or taking a trip to the hairdresser, especially if it is done with friends; so, reach out and create some social time with others if it’s not already in your diary. If you find yourself alone, still do it and boost your confidence by getting something new to cheer yourself up, or buy that new book, album, lipstick, or aftershave; be spontaneous and get what you fancy.

If you’re wondering about a new love, then you’re in the honeymoon period, so nothing is guaranteed, and if you're settled, then things are going very well.

We feel elated, we giggle, we belly laugh, and we have fun here, and it all makes us feel connected as we spend time doing something enjoyable with others.

Raise a glass or two! and order those new shoes!


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My book arrived this week. Yes!
The Universal Waite Tarot deck shows Pamela Coleman Smith’s artwork recoloured by Mary Hanson Roberts. The line-art is clean with non-blurry lines and beautifully coloured, of course.

I am house-sitting for my son for two weeks so decided to also buy the ebook from Amazon Kindle. I’ll leave the hardcopy at home so it doesn’t weigh-down my suitcase. It’s a 427 page book, so very thick!
I’ve only read the introduction and The Fool so far. What I like so far, is the way the Fool’s meaning is described in detail, referring to colour, symbols, and zodiac and astrological associations. All important details for me to remember and learn. There is a lot to learn, to enjoy and to gradually remember. I say gradually, as it’s not about memorising but savouring the details. This is not a book with keywords, although there is a “In a nutshell” summation at the end of each long description for the card. The long description (often three pages in length) is followed by two shorter ones (less than one page long) for upright and reversed meanings. In these shorter sections, keywords are in bold-type. It’s far easier to remember them when they’re given in a story-like context rather than as a separate list to memorise.

I can see myself using this book as my primary resource for years!
This began as sharing a photo and ended up as a short review for those who have not yet bought Pam’s book.

My advice is to not hesitate.

Janet Danes

I just recently purchased Understanding Tarot. I wish I had this book when I began learning Tarot a few years back. Simply fabulous. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is into Tarot. It is the best book I have found on learning and understanding Tarot. The description of the cards along with the details and summaries of what the cards represent are amazing!!

Susan Deutmeyer Marzen

Dear Pam I have always enjoyed and found guidance and wisdom in your readings. Thank you!


Many thanks. The reading makes lots of sense and has made me feel much more positive. Thank you again!Love kelli


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