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The two were spotted canoodling under a caduceus.
Upright: Unified love, partnership, mutual attraction.
Reversed: Self-love, break-ups, disharmony, distrust.
The Two of Cups shows a young man and woman, exchanging cups and pledging their love for one another. Above them floats the Caduceus of Hermes – a winged staff with two snakes wrapped around it – the ancient symbol of commerce, trade, and exchange. At the top of the caduceus is a lion’s head, signifying passion and fire energy and suggesting that there may be a lot of fiery, sexual energy between these two people.
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