If you or someone close to you is represented by the Knight of Swords, beware. It is symbolic of a forceful personality, one which combines zealous dedication to success with razor-sharp intellect. However, whether in the form of a companion or your own inner nature, these same attributes can give rise to a formidable enemy. When it refers instead to your circumstances, the Knight suggests you are headed for turbulent times, which can be most successfully faced with decisive action on your part.
The desire for change has been strengthening inside of you. Plan your future objectives but keep them to yourself.
You gain the attention of a young upstart. A problem will be solved through the help you receive, but be prepared to deal with a new one.
Your life's compass may be suddenly realigned by a drastic change in perspective. Look to your friends and loved ones for encouragement.
The Knight of Swords is domineering and destructive. He represents taking control of a project or situation but in a ruthless manner. This card portends unexpected loss, conflict, and a need to establish your own ideas and beliefs. The negative tone of this card suggests an answer of no.
Your personality may trend towards the stubborn and opinionated, if the Page represents you in the spread, but it is also indicative of strong analytical skills and an energetic nature. You have a predilection towards identifying the core of issues and accurately assessing your own stance on them. This will allow you to become an excellent negotiator. If the card refer to a situation, instead, prepare yourself to make many important decisions quickly. Trust in your reason and your judgment to navigate these difficulties.
The abilities that lay dormant within you are being brought to the surface. The events of your past are leading you to activity, and the time to carve out your own path is at hand.
There is unexpected news on its way. In order to benefit from the changes coming, you must rely on your intelligence and ability to adapt.
There is a deep desire for change that is making you irritable and agitated. Seeking true independence of mind will lead you to a clearer perception of your motivation and others'.
The Page of Swords is an intelligent, logical, and vigilant youth who brings along some sort of official news of change. While the changes could prove to be challenging, this card shows pretences of mental clarity and inner demons being settled and ridden from your life. The most likely answer here is yes.
The X of Swords is a cause for fear in any who believe in the power of the cards, and you should prepare yourself for whatever it portends. It is one of many cards which can represent disaster, but, alone among them, it is a disaster which cannot be avoided. It foretells not only a complete failure but an unavoidable one. What is more, the failure will not be small or easily overcome. This is not a fortune to be changed or avoided, only endured: If you stay strong, new dreams can be built from the ashes.
By coming to terms with a sometimes bitter reality, you are learning that moving forward is the most important aspect of healing.
The end of something important is about to occur, so be prepared to deal with the consequences. Nothing in life is permanent.
Assess the direction you are headed. Beware following the opinions of other's, as this may lead you aware from your own truth. Seeing the world through pragmatic eyes will balance your optimism.
The Ten of Swords shows a sudden ending or a negative outcome in some endeavour in your life. It could mean failure, ruin, or mortality accompanied by depression and feelings of being broken and crushed by the weight of the world. Harsh and negative, this card says no.
One of the more negative card to discover in your spread, the IX of Swords foretells or describes a powerful mental anguish. The source of this anguish may well be within you, arising from you being too quick to cast a negative light on your actions or abilities. It may also arise from paranoia. Despite often being unfounded, your pain can take the form of sleeplessness, of fear, depression, loneliness and isolation. Beware pushing away those who are seeking to help you, and find the courage to reach out for help. Even if these feelings are based in reality, it may be difficult for you to clearly find a solution in your current state. Carefully consider the other cards in your spread, look for card associated with potential sources of aid and counsel.
You may be feeling unfulfilled and suffer from feelings of repression and stifled creative energy. Do not miss out on the present moment because of your stubborn disapproval of the past.
The difficulty you have shouldered will soon be lifted from you. Your feelings of depression and mental distress must be dealt with.
The standards you have set for yourself may be unreasonable and steer you towards self-loathing and disappointment. You must be able to forgive yourself and others in order to move past your negative feelings.
The Nine of Swords is symbolic of worry, grief, and anxiety. It could mean a period of mental anguish, some sort of horrible accident, or many sleepless nights to come. A turn for the worse could be ahead of you, and you should beware of depression and thoughts of self-harm. No is the answer provided here.
Some things in life are beyond your control, and the VIII of Swords suggests that you are being actively held back by some of them. This can something as personal as a bad boss or as sweeping as international politics. In any case, you are likely finding your options restricted at every turn, and may being experiencing rising frustration and anxiety. Your best course of action lies with the only thing you can control: You. Approach this situation with patience, and be ready to move when the situation changes.
The desire to avoid confrontation stems from your aversion to causing others pain. This is an admirable trait, but may prevent you from acting on your best interests.
The obstacles before you will only be overcome by your courage and patience. The demands of others are locking you up and restricting you from growing.
Do not fear using your own judgment to determine the path for yourself. If you ignore your feelings and believe others over yourself, you will miss the importance chances to change your life.
The Eight of Swords is a card showing the presence of obstructions and difficult obstacles. It shows a fear of failure as well as sheer bad luck. The frustration and constraint overriding the tone of this card points toward an answer of no to the question you are asking.
Another card which indicates forces opposing you, the VII of Swords points to there being a single source of your frustration. This is both positive, in that you may be able to identify that source and change your circumstances, and negative, in that this source may well be aware of you and deliberately sabotaging you. The road to your success does not lie in direct confrontation, however, but instead in guile. Instead of attacking the obstacles raised against you, find ways around them.
It may be time to put some of your projects on the back burner in order to give more attention to more pressing issues. The plans you have made are not coming together as nicely as you hoped.
The best way through a recent conflict will be through diplomacy and cleverness. Avoid overt confrontations.
Your success in the future depends on your ability to overcome opposition. The strategy you choose will determine whether you suffer losses or come out ahead. Assessing the opposition will make your actions better informed.
The Seven of Swords brings failure as well as obvious pessimism. It suggests the possibility of theft or not living up to your full potential in the future either due to unknown opponents or possibly because of mental procrastination on your part. The answer you are looking for is no.
Your mental focus can put you on track to leave your current troubles behind, leading to better times ahead. It is important to face your problems from a mental standpoint, thinking through them. There is still trouble ahead for you, but the worst is over.
You have overcome a major hurdle while also staying true to yourself. The understanding and objectivity you have developed will lead you to a better future.
There will be a change in your life for the better. A burden or challenge you will face may yield a new path.
The challenges you face will eventually be overcome. The struggles are necessary to provide you with the growth you need to find your way to a better future.
The Six of Swords is symbolic of a journey or escape into mental clarity. It suggests a better, positive future or possibly a period of calm straight ahead of you. Moving forward could require you to use your logic or natural intellect, but the end result is of a positive nature. The answer is yes.
This card indicates conflict in your life. Worse yet, it is closely associated with defeat. It is likely that the defeat will be traumatic, and you will need to retreat and regroup. Your may have suffered injury to your pride or self-esteem, but the V of Swords is also a warning of a potential to get caught in the cycle. Handle defeat with grace, move on, and success will come to you.
The failures you have experienced are the result of your overestimations and inabilities. In order to succeed, you must be honest with yourself.
An unrealistic attitude may cause you to experience defeat. Your mistake will cause pain. Be realistic in your expectations in order to assess and move past the conflict.
Take your losses with grace and do not give in to despair; you can create victory from the results of any defeat.
The Five of Swords suggests conflict, discord, and troubles to come. There could be a loss, defeat, or painful separation in the near future accompanied by feelings of brokenness and low self-esteem. Nothing associated with this card is of a positive nature, and thus, your answer is no.
Representing order and stability, combined with the tumultuous nature of the Swords, the IV of Swords offers your respite from the battles in your life. The peace may be temporary, but appreciate it while it lasts. It may point towards recovery from prolonged illness.
The plans you have already made may not properly guide you through the changes coming. The shadow you have felt hanging over you will soon pass, and the warmth of your life will return.
Organize and examine your thoughts in solitude. Your dormant qualities of inner strength and self respect will guide you.
Take the generous time you have to plan the course of your future. There is no rush to decide what is best for you and the people you care about.
The Four of Swords points toward some sort of sickness or withdrawal. However, it also brings with it rest, healing, and order. Other interpretations could be simply taking a needed break or calling a truce. The position of this card is fairly mild but overall positive. The answer is most likely yes.
The presence of the III of Swords in your spread suggests significant pain in your life. This pain is likely caused by or the result of conflict, perhaps due to disrupted partnership or friendship. This pain may be part of a new beginning, but you must face your pain honestly to overcome it.
There is a great emotional or physical pain that you are still nursing. Letting go of accountability may allow you to embrace the opportunity to create something new provided by the recent destruction of something you loved.
You will soon experience an intense emotional upheaval. This period of suffering will lead you to a better future.
The path ahead of you is being cleared to make room for something new. It is your decision how to make use of the opportunities in store.
The Three of Swords shows the presence of pain and suffering either through an emotional loss, the end of an important relationship, or heartbreak through separation. The emotional disturbances and mental anguish that come along with this card portray an answer of no to your question.
Like crossed blades, the II of Swords represents a balance of forces. Not necessarily an absence of struggle, but an equal distribution of force in opposition. It may indicate you are in a position to mediate a conflict, or it may instead suggest you are caught in the middle of a dilemma with no clear outcome. The resolution of this state will likely bring peace for you.
Being honest about your past will help you to make a difficult choice. The conflict that you have been experiencing will be resolved by a new approach.
There is a conflict that will lock up your energies in the effort to resolve it. By overcoming indecision, you will take deliberate action to decide the resolution.
The difficult situations that lay ahead of you must be overcome immediately, so do not delay or hesitate. Bring about the best possible ending by acting honestly and with honourable intentions.
The Two of Swords symbolizes conflict resolution and decisions that must be made. However, the conclusions are likely through seeking inner peace and coming to a compromise. While this card suggests a general peace of mine, it leans neither toward yes or no. Thus maybe is the answer.
The Ace of Swords is, like all of the Aces, the purest embodiment of its suit. In relation to your personality or your actions it implies a strong element of focus, determination, and an intellectual capacity. It may suggest change through warring forces, possibly internal; conflicts of not necessarily overt reasoning regarding inner consciousness, keep energetic to triumph.
You have fought in the name of good, adding your intense energy to an idealistic cause. The events of the recent past have set unchangeable events in motion.
You are entering a new phase of your life and everything is going to change. The causes and results of the change are not certain, but this period will reveal many things to you.
Putting your creative thought in to action may require some courage, but you will be able to overcome the longest odds if you desire.
The Ace of Swords represents victory through having mental strength and achievement. Justice, clarity, and creative thinking are all associated with this card. A brilliant idea could be just around the corner, or perhaps it is some sort of divine inspiration toward creativity. The answer is likely yes.
The King of Wands may signify an upcoming financial windfall for you. It can also represent an association with a masculine authority figure, a leader and arbitrator. You may find yourself aided in solving a dispute. Be open to the advice of those with more experience than yourself.
The new ideas that you incorporated in the past are going to open up opportunities in the present. The ideas have given you momentum that inspires and encourages others.
You will succeed if you gain help promoting your ideas. There will be increasing inspiration to help others around you.
The future will bring you success in your professional life. Good investments and prudent spending will outweigh the risks you take and the strong conviction you have shown will grant many opportunities.
The King of Wands is a voracious, determined, and confident authority figure. He represents some sort of expansion, establishment of something in your professional life, or financial gain along with success. He is a positive presence, likely to bring along positive outcomes. The answer is yes.
The Queen of Wands is associated with an outgoing and friendly personality, indicating you are extroverted but self-contained. An independent streak may contrast with your strong attachment to your close friends and family. Depending on its position in your spread, this card may also refer to someone close to you who you can rely on.
Patience is one of your virtues and it has helped you create comfortable living situations with those around you. You have made wise decisions and this ability to think soundly will help you in the future.
A loving friend will give you helpful advice. This ally may be a woman, but no matter their identity, show gratitude and return the favor.
By following the advice of a close female influence, you will achieve success. Your homelife will be fulfilling and without intense conflicts. You and your loved ones will be content with your environment.
The Queen of Wands is a lively, passionate, and independent woman. She suggests a person who is career-oriented and successful. Honest, thoughtful, and confident, the presence of this card shows someone seeking positive self-development, and the answer associate with it is yes.
The Knight of Wands is a maverick's card, and it may be associated with you if you are given to spontaneity, shifting your positions quickly. This may lead some to see you as capricious, but most will enjoy your energy. This card can also signify change for you, likely in the form of travel, or a change in your environment. Be aware, it may well come on you suddenly!
The root of your recent desires for change is your curiousity and intuition. The conflicts you have faced at work have influenced the outcome of events around you.
A spontaneous decision will lead you to make a long journey or a permanent relocation. Your desire will be achieved in an unexpected way.
There are new challenges approaching, based on a hasty decision. It may or may not have been your choice, but if overcome, the challenges will lead you to happiness and a fulfilling life.
The Knight of Wands is an ambitious, energetic, and determided leader. Although there are challenges associated with this card, embracing them as something positive to come is suggested. Even though the changes are unpredictable, believing in yourself and having courage is best. Your answer is yes.
A vital indicator, the Page suggests good news coming to you from or about a youthful individual. If the card is describing you, personally, it indicates you possess boundless energy, deep loyalty, and youthful love of learning. It may also point towards a new project you will soon be undertaking.
The prospects of recent work has energized you to seek financial gains or to begin new creative projects.
Good news is coming. It will infuse joy into your life.
A new phase of your life will begin after you receive an intense flash of inspiration. This inspiration will be brought about by good news, progress in your field, or career advancement.
The Page of Wands is an energetic, lively, and fearless youth who possesses a can-do attitude and a hands on approach. This card represents being adventurous and ambitious in overcoming fears and starting new projects using your skills and courage. The answer that you seek is yes.
If the X of Wands appears in your spread, you are likely working too hard, or taking on more burdens than you should. It can indicate both excessive workloads in pursuit of your goals, or as a result of attaining them.
The strength that you've developed over years of struggle will lead you to the solution of your current problem. The negativity you have recently let go of will allow you to form a new philosophy.
Bear down and see the challenge through to the end. If you have been disconnected from someone close to you, expect an opportunity to reconnect.
By focusing your energy in one direction and consolidating your efforts, success will be easier to achieve. You will have the chance to achieve your desires, but you must first reach your lofty goals.
The Ten of Wands is a card highly associated with feeling an intense pressure and being over burdened in some area of your life. Other possible things suggested by this card are feelings of being trapped, opressed, or having no control over your circumstances. With an overall negative tone, the answer is no.
The IX of Wands is a bittersweet discovery in your spread, as it suggests both struggles ahead and the capacity within you to overcome them. Your life is probably comfortable at the moment, but there are also likely signs of trouble in some of the less critical aspects of your personal or professional life. Your inner strength will be called upon to maintain the current situation, and then to move forward when progress becomes possible for you.
The struggles you have already experienced have granted you some stability in the present. By evaluating the reactions of others, your progress has been made smoother but this tactic will not lead to sustainable ease.
Some encouragement from a friend or loved one will help you overcome the challenge you face.
There are inevitable conflicts approaching in the future, but you can overcome them. In order to succeed, rely on your inner strength and do not sacrifice your values for the sake of short term gains.
The Nine of Wands shows determination and courage under fire. However, it also indicates a need for being cautious and defensive in struggles that are yet to come. There is nothing that suggests a more positive or negative outcome in these matters, and thus, the answer is maybe.
Prepare yourself for an abrupt increase in the pace of your life. Things are about to get very busy. They good news is that any projects you begin will progress quickly, you will experience few delays, and the conclusion is likely to be successful. This card is also good news for relationships, although it raises the possibility of needing to travel for relationships. All things considered, this is a good card to find in your spread, as long as you are willing to buckle down and get to work.
There are past goals that will not be able to move your forward. Think of a change that will bring you the most happiness. The struggle which has been occupying you will pass and a brief peace will follow.
Exciting news will arrive to break the calmness of your present. The discomfort is necessary to remove you from your motionless present.
A new venture will bring you future success, but you must be ready to make the right choice in a sudden decision.
The Eight of Wands stands for some sort of journey or travel. It suggests events that will move quickly and opportunities that are set to arrive unpredictably. While overcoming obstacles, it shows and end to some sort of delay or blockage in your life. The answer to your question is most likely yes.
You almost certainly have great reserves of courage, and the perseverance to see yourself through difficult times. You may not be aware you possess these qualities, but you will find yourself needing them soon. Expect conflicts, possibly small, but more likely significant. It is not certain where they will arise, but there is no doubt you possess the ability to overcome your adversaries.
Despite slow progress, your determination and sustained efforts will lead you steadily forward. Do not give up.
There is a great conflict approaching, but do not fear. Through courage, you will overcome this hurdle and experience a major change in your life as a result.
Continue to believe in yourself. The odds may be against you but you have the power to beat them. The courage to fight on and accept challenges will lead you to a bright future.
The Seven of Wands represents long-term success due to the strength it takes to overcome obstacles and being able to take on calculated risks. Using courage to stand up for yourself and what is best is what this card is all about. The answer you are seeking is yes.