The six of cups is a special card in the game of tarot. This is the sixth card in the suit if cups and the suit of cups is the third suit of the four suits that comprise the minor arcana. In the Rider-Waite depiction of the six of cups card, you can see a peasant of some sort handing a cup to a child dressed in heavy clothing. In the cup is a flower. There are four cups lined up at the base of the card and one behind the peasant, and each of these cups has a flower in it. In the background seems to be a few buildings that might make up a larger village.
The seven of cups is the seventh card in the cups suit in a game of tarot. Its number is 7 and it is one of the minor arcana. The image that is depicted on the card is one of the most complex images that the Rider-Waite deck attempts to interpret. It shows a man staring up at the sky and beholding 7 cups. Coming from the mouth of each of the cups is a different apparition. One of these shows a manâ€™s head, another is a cloth. The third image is that of a snake. The fourth is a tower, the fifth image is a cup overflowing with jewels and gold, the sixth is a wreath and the 7th is a dragon.
The Eight of Cups card is the eighth card in the suit of cups and it is one of the minor arcana. The suit of cups is the third suit in the minor arcana out of four. The Rider-Waite tarot deck shows the picture of the card as an old man dressed as a journeyer, departing from a stack of cups. There are eight cups stacked at the bottom of the card, and the old man walks away from them. In the background are a river and mountains, and the moon looks down at the man solemnly.
The nine of cups is the ninth card in the cup suit that makes up the third of four suits in the minor arcana grouping of tarot cards. The number on the card is 9. The Rider-Waite deck, which is one of the most trusted tarot decks, depicts the nine of cups as a man dressed in a white robe and a feathery red hat, sitting at a bench and staring outwards. He has his arms folded over his chest and a serious look on his face, but not necessarily an angry one. Behind him there is a half circle table with a cloth over it that displays nine cups.
The ten of cups is the tenth card in the cups suit in the game of tarot. The number on the card is ten. This suit makes up the third of four suits total in all of the minor arcana. The Rider-Waite deck depicts the ten of cups as a man and a woman and two children standing on the ground. The man and woman hold hands and gesture towards the sky, where a rainbow is shining. On the rainbow rest ten cups. In the background is a village, and the children dance happily underneath the rainbow.
The page of cups is the 11th card in the suit of cups which is comprised of 14 cards all together. The suit of cups is the third suit out of four that makes up the minor arcana in tarot. On the Rider-Waite depiction of the card, a youth is shown. He is dressed in a pink and blue flower pattern tunic which signifies youth. In his hand he holds a cup and from the cup springs the head of a fish. In the background is a body of water and judging from where he is standing he is either very close to shore, or on a water vessel of some sort.
The knight of cups is the 12th card in the cups suit. The cups suit is the third suit in tarot out of four that make up the minor arcana. This means that the knight of cups is one of the minor arcana cards. On the Rider-Waite version of the card, the knight is depicted as docile and holding a cup in one hand with the rains of his horse in the other. His horse is calm and docile with one leg raised it looks carefully at the ground. There is a mountain range in the background and the terrain is sandy.