X. Wheel of Fortune.
Positive associations: destiny, movement, vision, good luck, new cycle, synchronicity.
Negative associations: obstacles, temporary bad luck, unpleasant surprises .
When The Wheel of Fortune appears it heralds a new cycle in life, good luck and fortune. it is fate that has brought this into your life rather than your own doing.
This card heralds an end to current problems and rewards for past efforts.
Negatively The Wheel of Fortune is obviously turning in the opposite direction and heralds a time of misfortune and unpleasant surprises, however this is temporary - as the wheel turns downwards, in time it will turn up.
I. The Magician.
Positive associations: action, power, originality, confidence, individuality, willpower, new beginnings, potential.
Negative associations: trickery, deception, lack of self-confidence, indecision, abuse of power.
The Magician is an excellent omen symbolizing new opportunities, the importance of new enterprise and that you will have the willpower and initiative to succeed in whatever you do.
The mercurial nature of The Magician means that you will be able to think on your feet and bluff your way through any difficulties.
Negatively this card represents trickery or deception and is a warning to be careful of whom you place your trust in.
Another negative aspect of The Magician is that it may suggest that you are lacking in self-confidence and being indecisive.
IX. Nine of Cups.
Positive associations: Victory, success, advantage, gain, triumph, superiority, etc. "The heart's content."
Negative Associations: Faults, Errors, Mistakes, Imperfections.
In a divinatory tarot reading, the Nine of Cups is seen as a sign of contentment and satisfaction. It may indicate a specific goal that will be met, a dream that has been adequately fulfilled, or a long-held desire that has finally come to fruition. The Nine of Cups, depending on its context in a tarot reading and its position in a spread, might symbolize financial wealth, an end to a difficult time period, or satisfaction in a relationship.
The Nine of Cups tarot card might also be viewed by some tarot readers as a symbol of sensual pleasure, including pleasures of taste and tactile sensations. In a tarot spread that relates to erotic or romantic fantasies, the Nine of Cups often indicates a satisfying and stable sexual relationship. It is an especially pleasing card to see when a marriage or other relationship is in jeopardy.