Four of Cups :-



Luxury : Moon : Cancer

Weariness, disgust, aversion, imaginary vexations, as if the wine of this world had caused satiety only; another wine, as if a fairy gift, is now offered the wastrel, but he sees no consolation therein. This is also a card of blended pleasure..
Additional Meanings: Contrarieties.(contrary opposition).
Novelty, presage,(be a sign or warning of (an imminent event, typically an unwelcome one)) new instruction, new relations.
Four of Cups Luxury means sumptuous living, indulgence in comfort or enjoyment. Archaically, luxury means lust or lechery..
The Four of Cups asks if the emotional outreach or roller-coaster of feelings expressed in the Three of Cups is really going to last? Are they what you really want? Were you imagining them? Life seems so easy that you wonder where the problems might come from..
The masculine nature of fire permits the Four of Wands to appear as a very positive and clear-cut conception. The weakness in the element of water threatens its purity; it is not quite strong enough to control itself properly; so the Lord of Pleasure is a little unstable. Purity has somehow been lost in the process of satisfaction.
The gentle care of the mother; a desire to return to safe haven; a desire to nurture; over-protectiveness imposing unnecessary limits.
Ennui (a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement), Displeasure, Discontent, Dissatisfaction..
Acquaintance, Conjecture, Sign, Presentiment.
Weariness, Displeasure, Discontentment, Disgust, Aversion, Enmity (a state or feeling of active opposition or hostility. ), Hate, Horror, Anxiety, Mental Suffering, Mild Dejection, Vexation, Painful, Annoying, Unpleasant. Distressing, Troubling..
New Instruction, New Light. Sign, Indication, Conjecture. Omen, Presage. Premonition, Prognostication, Prediction, Novelty.
Annoyance, aversion, disgust, affliction, discontent (with his environment), satiety; blended pleasure. .
News, presage, new light on things, novelty, new acquaintances made, etc..
Discontent with present conditions or environment; estrangement, unrest, aversion, troubles, disgust; discord, failing to understand people or to make oneself understood. New discoveries, researchers in unknown countries or territories, meeting with strangers. Instability, changes, generally for the worse in a material sense, but having some distant aim. At war with current opinions. Better to keep silent than to talk, because one will certainly be misunderstood. There may be “imaginary vexations.” (W.) Seclusion; alienation.