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Four of Swords – Contemplation

Four of Swords main message is a senselessness of a struggle at the moment. Forcing events or confrontation with other people currently are not only inappropriate, but also virtually impossible. All attempts to dramatically change the existing order of things will lead to nothing. This card always involves a delay…

Ten of Swords Reversed – Joy of Recovery

Even a blackest cloud has a silver edge. After endless deprivations, countless defeats and inexpressible suffering, the sun rises again. Take a deep breath and move forward. The warrior wins the battle, but before a victory he can lose a lot. This card indicates that there will be a forceful…

Five of Swords – the Lord of Defeat

A feeling of imbalance and negativity prevails. A battlefield after the conflict. There is a need for a new strategy — need to regroup and rethink the game plan, discover blind spots and weak links, and take corrective measures before getting back into the field for another round.  If we…

Eight of Swords – A Wanderer of Limited Powers

We suppress some part of our personality. Often it is our own inner barriers or restrictions, but we prefer to find their cause in the environment. The only obstacle to get things we want is just our own but. Constraints and prohibitions, which we perceive as an obstacle, do not…

The Ace of Swords -The Triumph of A Will Power

You are clear about goals you need to accomplish. Swords cut through things in order to pierce illusion, to differentiate between fantasy and reality. One sword represents one motive or guiding ideal — a vision that guides you through life’s changing fortunes with single-minded clarity. The Ace…

The Seven of Swords – the Lord of Transitory Efforts

You have trained yourself to instinctively notice the opportunity. You need to work smarter, not harder. Think long and deep, study all the angles and put yourself in the shoes of your competition. As a result, you will have such a thorough grasp of the whole situation that there will…

Two of Swords – the Lord of Reborn World

Have patience. Remain silent as much as possible and allow things to settle. A little meditation can help you achieve greater objectivity. You do not have enough information, as all the evidence hasn’t come in yet. Wait until the timing is right and all the facts are clear…

Nine of Swords – Spirit Of Despair

Allow yourself to look forward to the future with optimism. The Nine of Swords is a card of fear and nightmares. However, troubles alluded to in the Nine of Swords are primarily of a psychological nature and do not necessarily indicate suffering in your external reality – just an illusion…

Three of Swords – Lord of Sorrow

The Three of Swords is the Universal archetype of Sorrow and Negative thinking. This is the state of sorrow which is held and re-worked in the mind,  thinking about the past, in particular dwelling on past experiences that produced a sorrowful heart and mourning for the past. The Swords…