Cards combination description

(or Ace of Pentacles) contract being offered, usually more formal – for house negotiations also look for
Knight of Cups tarot card

Card 1 - Knight of Cups

The Knight of Cups is a card which depicts a young knight who is gloriously riding a white horse while at the same time holding a cup as if he is a messenger of a certain sort. Unlike the Knight of Wands or the Knight of Swords, this particular one isn t charging along with his horse. He is instead moving slowly forward which provides the entire setting an overall impression of peace and calmness. The horse is known to represent one's drive, energy, and power. The horse's color is white, which is a well-known symbol of spirituality, light, and purity. 
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Justice tarot card

Card 2 - Justice

The Justice tarot card is a symbol of truth, fairness, and law. As she sits in her chair, the scales in her left hand represent how intuition should balance logic. She symbolizes impartiality with the double-edged sword in her right hand. The clarity in thought which is required to dispense justice are symbolized by the square on the crown she wears. Behind her, there is a purple cloak and standing grey pillars. Beneath her red cloak, which is held together by a clasp, she shows the tip of a white shoe. This is a spiritual reminder that what she delivers are the outcomes of their actions.
Full card's description
property purchase or home move (other indications may also include Justice (legal) King or Queen of Swords (lawyers) King or Queen of Pentacles (finance managers).
partnership in love and work.
perseverance pays off, in for the long haul but results achieved.
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