Six of Cups :-

 

 

Pleasure : Sun : Scorpio

A card of the past and memories, looking back, as — for example — on childhood; happiness, enjoyment, but coming rather from the past; things that have vanished. Another reading reverses this, giving new relations, new knowledge, new environment, and then the children are disporting in an unfamiliar precinct.
Six of Cups pleasure is the state of being pleased, satisfaction, enjoyment..
The Six of Cups suggests that trying to make someone happy is ultimately doomed to failure. Now is the time that you realise that not only does happiness come within, but also you have to pursue your own happiness and fulfilment. You realise that inner fulfilment allows you to express your own feelings and pleasure to your partner..
The Six of Cups is called Pleasure. This pleasure is a kind of pleasure which is completely harmonized. The zodiacal sign governing the card being Scorpio, pleasure is here rooted in its most convenient soil. This is pre-eminently a fertile card; it is one of the best in the pack.
Lord of Pleasure.
The joy of will manifest, the questioner’s Work in its fullness.
The Past, passed by, Faded, Vanished, Disappeared..
Reversed.
The Future, that which is to come, Shortly, Soon.
The Past, Times Gone By, Wilted, Faded, Formerly, Earlier, Previously, Long Ago, In The Olden Days. Old Age, Decrepitude, Antiquity..
Reversed.
Advent, Future. After, Following, Subsequently, Later. Regeneration, Resurrection. Reproduction, Renewal, Repetition.
TRADITION.
The past, memories, looking back. Antiquity, ancient things, etc. Reversed: Afterwards, regeneration, resurrection, renovation, etc. Another version says: “Happiness, enjoyment, but coming rather from the past…” (W.) Sometimes “new relations, new knowledge, new environment….”.
CONCLUSION.
Happiness, feeling of riches in oneself, joy, enjoyment, love of Nature and country life; the picturesque, painting, instinctive knowledge of art and antiquarian value; love of the lighter sorts of music and theatre; good health, good cheer, feasting. Receptivity for beauty. The only drawback may be the tendency to dissipation. Taurus, the everlasting, may indeed produce impressions of the past as well as of the future.