The Cups suit in Thoth Tarot bothers me a bit, and I've decided it's those tubey things that connect the cups in most cards. They remind me of veins, or arteries. I find them oddly disturbing. Though I must say, on the whole, I'm getting used to the Lady Frieda Harris' art. In fact, I've ordered the larger size Thoth. Maybe the tubes are used to suck up 'water energy' from the sea that is depicted in most Cups cards.
Apart from the veins, today's card is a very good one, the 6 of Cups. As in all the Cups cards, we have lotus blossoms spraying some sort of liquid or energy or joy juice of some type into a series of goblets, with a backdrop of water or ocean. In this case, the bases of the goblets appear to be some sort of fruit, or possibly even pearls. I've read that there are snakes coiled in each of the cups, but I've squinted at the card for some time and I myself don't see it. I only see what looks to me like the reflection of light. The cups appear to be made of copper, based on the colour.
The RWS version of the 6 of Cups shows two child-like figures, one handing the other a bouquet of flowers in a vase. Some people take the card to mean nostalgia for the past (apparently because the card features children). I think the emphasis might be more on sharing on an emotional level. Giving freely of oneself emotionally.
How can I share from my own emotional wealth today?
May I make a meaningful connection with someone today, even if I don't myself realize I've done it.