Two of Cups is on the top amidst those romantic and love cards. It represents emotional unity between two people. Two of Cups is about one on one relationships. As others Twos, this one is related to duality, but duality represented with Two of Cups is the one which unites, not separates. While Ace of Cups is unity itself, wholeness, Two of Cups is unity of difference. In Ace of Cups, we have represented the idea of "One is all and all is one", but in Two of Cups, there is a picture of two separate sources tending to merge in one to achieve unity. We can say that Ace of Cups doesn't have any particular focus, it gathers its content from everywhere around and spreads it in all directions. But Two of Cups is focused. It has one specific focus and acts in the direction of that focus. Two of Cups is the card of both giving and receiving, exchange of energy is mutual.
Questions about pregnancy are very common despite the fact that many tarot readers avoid giving a reading for such questions. Not only because pregnancy belongs to the medical category of questions, but also because there is easier and quite confident way to get the answer whether you are pregnant or not. So, if you just simply ask tarot reader whether you are pregnant or not chances are that you will not get the reading. But not all questions about pregnancy belong to the same category. Questions such bellow are adequate:
Halloween (All Hallows' Evening), also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve, is a celebrated on 31 October evening. The holiday starts at the sunset on Oct 31st and ends at the sunset on Nov 1st. It is usually a great time for partying and having fun, but it could be much more than just a party time. Depending on the spiritual and religious path, one can utilize this time for self-growth and self-development purpose. To me, Halloween is much more than just a date that someone someday in the past said to be a holy day. As astrologer and tarot reader I have my observations on this theme.
What is so special about Halloween?