Seven of Swords Upright Keywords:
Seven of Swords stands for Theft, Loss, Gathering Information, need to take your own out of the situation (to get your own way, but not in the forehead, in a roundabout way), design, attempt, desire, hope, confidential message; also a reason for enmity; a plan that may fail, annoyance.
Seven of Swords Reversed Keywords:
good advice, meeting, recommendation, slander, chatter.
Seven of Swords Symbolism in Raider Waite Tarot Deck
Seven of Swords in Raider Waite Tarot Deck depict a man quickly blowing away five swords; two other swords of this card stick out in the ground. Disguised camp aside.
The Seven of Swords shows the back of the Magician, with whom it is related by the golden background of both cards. The power of knowledge, a clear, sharp mind are transformed here into tricks and intrigues, meanness and deceit. In a milder form, it can be an evil language, intellectual arrogance, or the position “my hut from the edge” – unwillingness to notice some things, the habit of boobbing, evading, filing, etc. At the same time, it is not clear who is deceiving whom here, who we are – a swindler or a victim. But most often it turns out that we are harming ourselves here.
The Tarot card depicts a temporary tent camp. The man hesitantly carries five swords and looks back at two more, which he did not take, apparently forgotten by him in absent-mindedness. Or maybe he just can’t carry with him all the weapons that he found in the enemy camp. Tents symbolize instability: in the realm of the unknown, consciousness feels like a thief sneaking up to the enemy – it can reject and lose all its past achievements. In this situation, it is important to determine the guidelines of thought, remembering your previous goals: this will provide support and more confident movement in the future. Turning to the past can become a “memory of the future”, and secrets of the depths of the soul – future heights of thought: unless, of course, they remain secrets. The essence of this decade reflects the statement that laziness is the engine of progress,
Seven of Swords Upright Meaning:
In the upright position, it indicates the action of the subject of the card. These are new plans, desire, perseverance, patience, charm, hope, faith, fantasy, partial success. The theme of the SEVEN SWORDS clearly sounds Venus, Neptune, Uranus.
Seven of Swords carries with it negative energies, something that is subcutaneous, indirect, unpleasant. There may be a dirty trick involved in the given situation.
In the upright position, Seven of Swords can indicate theft, deceit and concealment of information. It also indicates hidden course of the disease, undiagnosed disease or Difficulties in making a diagnosis.
There is kind of a secrecy associated with the situation when seven of Swords appears in the reading. Seven of Swords in the upright position shows that someone might be lying keeping an honest face.
Advice When this card appears in a reading:
Quietly do your job. Beware of theft, surveillance and secret enemies.
Seven of Swords Reversed Meaning:
In an inverted position, the card appeals more to the environment: advice, directions, ideas, comments, corrections, that is, an adjustment.
At the same time, the inverted SEVEN OF SWORDS can also indicate a lack of energy to achieve the plan (Libra), as well as non-recognition by others (Aquarius). In addition, this card means disarmament (including psychological disarmament — to be weak, helpless), incompleteness. For example, a person, having barely reached a certain point, instead of moving on, frightened by trials and abandoning an already close goal, runs away.
Another aspect of the inverted SEVEN OF SWORDS is the ability to act covertly (the person in the picture can be a thief secretly taking away other people’s weapons); the ability to evade danger, not to conflict openly with the enemy, to act by cunning. A map can also indicate something hidden in a person, unconscious, suppressed.
When Seven of Swords appears upsidedown in a reading, the secrets will be revealed. If there is a theft, the thief will be identified and caught.
In the reversed position, the Seven of swords helps in diagnosis of disease.
Seven of Swords Yes and No
When Seven of Swords appears in a reading, it indicates a No. In the reversed position, The Seven of swords indicates a ‘Yes’
Seven of Swords Impact On Every Aspect Of Your Life?
Love and Relationships
When Seven of Swords appears in a love reading, it indicates deceit , betrayal or some secret.
If we talk about art, the Seven of Swords symbolizes the development of skills. Its metaphysical forces are realized as an act of creativity at the level of rather subtle plans.
Seven of Swords Relation with Astrology
Mercury as a symbol of cunning, deception, meanness and insincerity. Libra, Aquarius, Venus in Pisces.
Seven of Swords shows Vanity, Melancholy
Seven of Swords stands for The third decade of Aquarius from February 9 to 18.
The third decade of Aquarius is ruled by the Moon and Neptune, the planets of Faith and mystics, symbolizing the flight of thought into the beyond realms of utopia. In this decade, the mind gives itself to the service of the soul and accepts its aspirations, hopes and illusions: it breaks away from reality and experiences surprise and confusion in front of those properties of which it had never even suspected. This decade is characterized by a departure into dreams and a melancholy detachment from a sober assessment of practical life.
SEVEN – this is the most perfect of numbers. At its stage, the desire for excellence is manifested, therefore actions at the level of the Seven of Swords are distinguished by sophistication, subtlety, although sometimes excessive. Neptune gives SEVEN SWORDS illusions. He (Neptune) pushes the fact that the desired is perceived as real, and in fact, the Path to the intended Goal is more difficult and longer.
At the same time, this card combines the idealism of Aquarius and the halfness of Libra. (The partial achievement of what was conceived also implies the existence of a certain amount of what has not been achieved.) But the SEVEN is not as maximalistic as the THREE or FIVE. Therefore, it is able to be satisfied with a partial result.