|EIGHT OF SWORDS
A crisis imposes restraint and limitations. Difficulties to see the way through a situation that may cause a loss of prestige or suffering. Take care in all matters of health and business and avoid any binding agreements REVERSED MEANING: There’s freedom from prior bondage, new beginnings are now possible as one relaxes after a period of fear. The old chains and frustrations are gone.
|NINE OF SWORDS |
Despair, pain and suffering, the situation is beyond your control and it’s agonizing over it will not help REVERSED MEANING: Recovery from sorrow or illness. Altough there has been suffering, it has been endured with patience andunselfishness. Now the healing has begun and better times are ahead.
TEN OF SWORDS|
Ruin, calamity and failure bring much pain and tears. The end comes in sorrow and disillusionment. Try to let go of the situation along with its disappointment and use the knowledge gained by the experience. REVERSED MEANING: There is some success and profit, but these are only temporary. There will be changes for bad, the advantages will be soon lost.
|PAGE OF SWORDS|
This youth is a master of diplomacy and intrigue who is clever and resourceful, but also stubborn and given to saying unkind things. This card may represent plots and spying or a girl with brown hair and blue eyes. REVERSED MEANING: This frivolous and devious youth tells stories that are unreliable. This card warns of gossip, unplesant surprises or possible illness
|KNIGHT OF SWORDS|
He’s a dashing young man with a clean heart and fierce courage, but it does no good to confront him because he’s too stubborn to listen. This card may represent the coming and going of some trouble or a boy with brown hair and brown eyes. REVERSED MEANING: He’s a braggart, a tyrant and a bully who is always ready to start a fight or terrorize the helpless. He warns of arrogance and destruction, of blaming others for one’s own mistakes.
QUEEN OF SWORDS |
She’s a severe and chaste widow, keen and subtle, kind but firm. This card warns of privation, absence and sadness, it may also represent a woman with grey hair and brown eyes. REVERSED MEANING: She’s a narrow-minded gossiper and prude, a sharp-tongued shrew who warns against bigotry, malice and hostility towards new ideas.
|KING OF SWORDS |
He’s a stern, but fair judge who remains firm in enimity and friendship. He gives wise counsel and is a man of many thoughts and ideas. This card represents power, strenght and authority, as well as lawsuits and the military. It may also represent a man with brown hair and dark eyes. REVERSED MEANING:Bad intentions, deceptions, disruptions,plots and machinations.He’s a barbarian, harsh, violent and cruel. Trusting no one, he uses evil and wickedness
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