Eight of Cups and The Chariot combo interpretation

Eight of cups and The Chariot combination gives a glimpse into your distant and barely discernible future, which is influenced by the arcane tarot forces of (A) abandonment and (B) control. You hate the idea of being left out in the cold, but you crave the love of other people even more. Opening yourself up like this often leads to heartache because we are so focused on not being alone, rather than waiting for the right people to enter our lives. Be more decisive about what is good for your heart.

What’s the meaning of this combo for love and relationships?

The Eight of Cups and The Chariot combination is not a positive sign for love and relationships. Both cards suggest the need for change, but the changes may be difficult to accept or implement. The Eight of Cups indicates that it’s time to let go of something that no longer serves you, which could mean leaving an unhealthy relationship or letting go of old patterns in love. This card encourages people to embrace needed change in their connections, even if it means walking away from something they have invested a lot of time and effort into.

The Chariot suggests that there may be trivial arguments or competition between two people in union. It warns against being walked over by others and encourages individuals to stand up for themselves if they are not being treated correctly. For single individuals, this card represents self-love and healing through self-care.

Overall, these two cards suggest that there may be some challenges ahead when it comes to love and relationships. However, accepting necessary changes can lead to growth and healing in oneself as well as one’s connections with others. It’s important not to hold onto things out of fear of being alone or losing someone else’s affection but rather focus on what is truly good for our hearts in the long run.

Eight of Cups and The Chariot combo follow-up

Eight of cups combos, The Chariot combos

In a daily tarot reading people usually pull 3 or 5 cards from the deck. Most often they check out each of the combos one after another.

Here you can find the full lists of Eight of cups or The Chariot combinations, that go before and after your current combo.

Three combos per day keep heartache away.

May tarot fortune help you turn challenges into opportunities, failures into successes, and pain into growth.

An honest follow-up combo

If you don’t have a real deck of tarot cards close by, you can shuffle your cards here online.

First – shuffle the deck.

Second – open a card combo.

It’s more or less the same as if you were pulling two cards from a well-shuffled tarot deck. The deck is not stacked either in favor or against you. In other words – it is just an honest tarot card pull. Good luck!


A ridiculously unfair follow-up combo

This tarot deck is absolutely rigged against you! It is so unfair!!!

It includes all the unfavorable, bad, awful and terrible combos and just a few of the good ones.

Surprisingly, many tarot lovers like this deck. Why? They keep shuffling the deck until they find a good combo. Sometimes it takes 10 shuffles to get something decent. Sometimes it takes 50. But, in the end, once you find it, it feels like a true sign for the day. After all, it is a combo that withstood the test of iron and fire. It is finally a good sign that had been given to you by the destiny.


Alice in Wonderland choice
alice choosing a combo

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there“, said Alice in Wonderland.

There are three random combos below – three different roads to travel.

Which one would you take?

Find another combo

Instead of navigating the menus, many people find it easier to search for a particular combo.

(There is a hell of a lot of possible tarot combos – 6006 of them! No matter how you organize them, people still have to click through three or four menus until they get the combo they like).

Just make sure you type the combo name correctly! This search engine auto-suggests combos in order to make the search quicker, but it does not like spelling mistakes.

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