Queen of Cups: Predictive Tarot Card Meanings

Psychic, Empathetic, Loyal, Compassionate, Loving, Overlooking  

When it appears as a Tarot reading, the Queen of Cups symbolises a loyal female. This individual may appear as you or another woman in your life.

Those she loves is the Queen priority. She always considers other individuals and puts others above herself. No matter what they did or didn’t do, the Queen sees their side and gives them nothing but compassion and empathy.

Sometimes, the Queen of Cups can appear in a Tarot reading when you need to be more like the Queen. It can mean that you’re not looking at other people’s side and selfishly focusing on your wants and needs. Ask yourself, “How can I be more understanding when it comes to the feelings of others?”

A more negative trait of the Queen of Cups, is that she can be willing to overlook things. Even if someone she loves is in the wrong, she is still willing to advocate for them. Individuals close to her can also easily hurt her feelings, especially if they are not as loyal and warm as she is.

If the Queen of Cups appears in the Outcome position of a Tarot reading, this can mean that you will meet a female with her qualities in the future who will assist you in some way. Sometimes the destiny of a situation can be in the Queen’s hands.

The Queen of Cup's Historical Meaning

In pre-modern times, the Queen of Cups represented a female who had your best interests at heart. She is a honest and open individual. Usually, this was a mother or wife. The preceding cards will tell you the relevance this woman has to your life. 

The Queen of Cups in a Love Reading

In a love reading, the Queen of Cups serves as a reminder that your heart is always in the right place when it comes to your partner. You put all that you can into the relationship and do the best you can.

If the reading looks negative or the question is of a depressing nature, then the Queen can serve as a reminder that being a good partner yourself does not make your other half a good partner. You cannot love someone into treating you well. The Queen of Cups mays be trying to tell you that you can do better than the person you are with.

In a reading which does not looks positive, the Queen of Cups is a positive sign if you want your relationship to progress to the next level. Often, the Queen and King of Cups represent a married couple, so this could be you in the future.

The Queen of Cups in a Business Reading

In a business Tarot reading, the Queen of Cups can mean that customer support is (or should be) your priority. It is time to listen to what your target market truly wants, not just what you feel like providing. You may be looking past the obvious because you’re only wanting to give the products and services which you think they need.

The Queen of Cups has a reputation for getting deep with others. People whom she doesn’t even know open up to her about their life. This card in a spread can mean that you have to put a more personal face on your business and let people see the person behind the operation. 

The Queen of Cups as a Yes or No 

The Queen of Cups is a neutral card meaning neither yes or no. 

The Queen of Cups in a Positive Reading

In a positive reading, the Queen of Cups can indicate:

- Psychic development

- Loyalty   

- An empathetic person

- Someone who is loving at all costs

- Someone who has their loved ones best interests at heart

The Queen of Cups in a Negative Reading

In a negative reading, the Queen of Cups can indicate:

- Stupidity  

- Naivety   

- A touch of obsession

- Someone who overlooks the obvious in the name of love

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Cards used in this deck are the amazing The Alice Tarot by Baba Studios. 


Lisa Boswell is an award-winning psychic reading teacher who currently resides in Scotland. Through her website DivinationAndFortuneTelling.com she teaches both experienced and would be diviners how they can predict the future. 

Born into a Romany Gypsy family of fortune tellers, Lisa has had an active interest in the occult from a young age. She specialises in teaching predictive divination, easy mediumship and fortune-telling. Learn more here


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In a Tarot card reading, the Queen of Cups in a spread can be a symbol of someone who is psychic, empathetic but who overlooks things out of love. This post includes a vintage and modern fortune telling meanings of the Queen of Cups, ideal for the advanced reader or those just learning the cards. These interpretations can be used with any of the decks (Rider Waite, Marseilles etc). Cards in this post are from The Alice Tarot by Baba Studios, an Alice in Wonderland themed deck.

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  In a Tarot card reading, the Queen of Cups in a spread can be a symbol of someone who is psychic, empathetic but who overlooks things out of love. This post includes a vintage and modern fortune telling meanings of the Queen of Cups, ideal for the advanced reader or those just learning the cards. These interpretations can be used with any of the decks (Rider Waite, Marseilles etc). Cards in this post are from The Alice Tarot by Baba Studios, an Alice in Wonderland themed deck.

Illustration: In a Tarot card reading, the Queen of Cups in a spread can be a symbol of someone who is psychic, empathetic but who overlooks things out of love. This post includes a vintage and modern fortune telling meanings of the Queen of Cups, ideal for the advanced reader or those just learning the cards. These interpretations can be used with any of the decks (Rider Waite, Marseilles etc). Cards in this post are from The Alice Tarot by Baba Studios, an Alice in Wonderland themed deck.