The card depicts a man and a woman facing each other, the man’s right hand extended toward the woman. They each hold a large chalice and a caduceus topped by a winged lion lies between the chalices.
Two people bonding together as partners. This may indicate a budding romance or a new friendship with a great deal of affection and warmth. The caduceus was the symbol of merchants and trade long before it became associated with the medical practice and so this may indicate a particularly good business relationship.
Reversed: This indicates a relationship that isn’t going to work out. It may be a temporary, physical attraction to someone, only to discover that you really don’t have much in common. In business it may indicate a partnership or joint endeavor that never gets past the negotiating phase.
EXAMPLES: Your best buddy at work, someone who can crack you up with just a smile or a wink and you feel totally sympatico with.
A co-creator or music, art, or writing, a person with whom you can get completely into the same groove or on the same page and create some magic together.
“Just the Tarot,” a book of basic Tarot definitions by Dan Adair, available at Amazon.com.