Five of Swords (love reading)
The Five of Swords is a card of conflicts and tensions, which presents some duality in the figure.
Five of Swords (upright) in Love
If you are in a relationship, the Five of Swords indicates a lack of communication, which becomes the cause of constant quarrels and hostility. This card also denotes deception and self-sabotage, divorce and any separation, since this card expresses defeat, and the person is free to leave.
In its highly negative terms, the card can indicate intimidation, abuse of good relations, assault, beating, rape and murder. You don’t have to be afraid of your partner, but be on the lookout. If your partner is sensitive to abuse, you need to be aware of the danger you are in.
The best option is to seek support from family and friends or a help desk that will keep you safe from dangerous situations.
The Seven of Swords card refers to a situation in a relationship when there is no harmony, balance is disturbed, old grievances are recalled, mental pain returns. Fear, hatred, psychological pressure, abuse, indifference and acrimony appear in relationships.
In terms of sexual relations, the card speaks of causing physical pain and of sadistic manifestations
The relationship has exhausted itself, do not let your partner make a victim out of you and bully yourself in every possible way. Your partner is a socially dangerous person. The outcome of such a relationship can be suicidal.
If you are alone and looking for a relationship, it may not be the best time. You can be the victims of betrayals or that there is no understanding at all with possible loves.
Five of Swords (reversed) in Love
When turned upside down, the Five of Swords indicates that you and your partner are ready to stop fighting, agree to learn how to compromise and overcome problems. You need these relationships and you try to preserve them primarily through communication.
On the other hand, the Five of Swords indicates a complete failure in communication and provocations on one side. There may be a fact of treason, after which the culprit confesses and will regret what he did. If you are in a relationship where physical force is used, then the card warns of danger.
Break this alliance before it escalates into serious violence.
If you are single, an inverted Five of Swords means that you are too demanding and critical, and neglect a potential partner. Perhaps you should reconsider your ideals and give the person a chance.