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Question 3 of Cups & the Pumpkin


I was hoping someone may know what the pumpkin symbolises in the 3 of Cups? As it is in the foreground of the card it obviously has some significance. The only meaning I could find was on a Pagan site that said it represents the Sun & personal power. All help much appreciated.
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Taken from the excellent essay on symbolism at Tarotmoon:

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Squash, Garden Vegetables These are very simply symbols of the harvest. In the Three of Cups they symbolize the abundance of the harvest and the celebration that comes with it, and in the Seven of Pentacles they symbolize a harvest yet to come, through one's own patient hard work.
Here's the link to the full article:
http://www.tarotmoon.com/articles/Symbols/symbols.html
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Also the Pumpkin in the Cinderella story turns into a golden coach.It symbolises dreams being fulfilled and emotional fulfillment.Celebrations.
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