Page of Swords

Page of Swords

The Basic Meaning of the Card (Rider-Waite)

The Page of Swords represents a person who is curious, intelligent, and analytical. The card shows a young person standing on a hilltop holding a sword, ready to take on challenges. This card symbolizes learning through experience and thinking critically as well as communicating and expressing ideas.

Upright Meaning

When the Page of Swords is right-way, it indicates that you may be in a phase of learning, curiosity, and communication. You are willing to challenge yourself and explore new ideas. The card may also represent a young person in your life who has these qualities and is affecting you in some way. It encourages you to be open to new experiences and to use your intellect to solve problems.

Reversed Meaning

When the Page of Swords is reversed, it can warn that you may be prone to acting hastily or speaking before thinking. You may also be overly critical or negative in your communication. The card encourages you to take a step back and think through your actions and words before acting or communicating. It may also represent a young person who is unreliable or manipulative.

Example Interpretation

If the Page of Swords comes up in a reading about your relationships, it may suggest that communication is important for improving understanding and trust between you and your partner. You may need to be more open to discussing your feelings and thoughts and listening to what your partner has to say. If you are single, the card may indicate that you will meet someone who is intelligent, curious, and communicative, which could lead to an interesting and stimulating relationship.

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