Learn the meaning of the Seven of Swords Tarot card
In the Seven of Swords, we see a person carrying five swords in his hands. The person looks as if he is trying to slip unnoticed out of the encampment, which is visible in turn behind her back. However, the person depicted in the Seven of Swords is looking over his shoulder because despite his efforts, he has failed to pick up the other two swords. They remain stuck in the ground against the background of the military tents. This is at the same time a very important symbolism for this card, as it informs not only about acting in haste, but also about ill-considered strategy. The whole card has a yellow color scheme and represents a situation of theft, but also of underhanded action in the light of day. This card like all Swords in Tarot indicates intellectual effort as well as communication. However, in this case it will be based on not entirely clear intentions or even some kind of deception that you may become a victim of. However, this does not mean that the Seven of Swords in Tarot indicates only such behavior towards us. The Seven of Swords as a symbol of cleverness and intelligence may indicate that you are the one who will nimbly and effectively manipulate a situation to your own advantage and succeed.
The card of the Seven of Swords in the upright position indicates a situation where you are taking a short cut, although you may still achieve partial success. However, it will not be fair and deserved, but based on devious and calculating behavior towards others. The upright Seven of Swords indicates very often to pay attention to the fact that there are things you don't know about a situation. This is symbolized by the two abandoned swords behind the character in this card. Very often the Seven of Swords in an upright position indicates that there is someone in our environment who does not have pure intentions towards us, and may even be working against us in some way. The upright Seven of Swords furthermore always advises us to be logical when making decisions and to pay attention to all the information in our sight. This is because there is a great possibility that someone is trying to hide certain things from you. However, if you are in the role of the person shown in the Seven of Swords, then this card is telling you to be very careful. The Seven of Swords is also a sign of empty words and communication problems leading to conflict and arguments.
The upright Seven of Swords is a very difficult card to ask about relationship issues because instead of clarifying certain issues, it introduces even more uncertainty. This is because the Seven of Swords in an upright position speaks of withholding certain information, which in turn will lead to further problems in the relationship. The Seven of Swords in an upright position may also indicate that you are the victim of some deception or even betrayal. This person is not only trying to work behind your back, but also to harm you in some way. For this reason the upright Seven of Swords very often indicates gossip, or other harmful actions of your often hidden enemies. It also happens with this card that we deceive ourselves about our true feelings, or intentions and needs in a relationship. For this reason, the Seven of Swords in an upright position does not necessarily herald negative events, and often it is simply a symbol of deceiving reality. However, when exploring the Seven of Swords in the upright position, you should be very cautious of your surroundings, which will keep many secrets from you in the current situation. For single people, the Seven of Swords in an upright position may foretell the meeting of a new person, but before opening up to a new relationship make sure you can fully trust that person.
The reversed Seven of Swords may predict complete success in the matter in question through deliberate lies and foul play. By acting in this way there is a good chance that you will also get the two swords you abandoned earlier. The Seven of Swords in reversed position may also indicate that you will be able to regain something that was previously lost. The card portends a situation of danger, but also that you will ultimately avoid theft or other deception. This is possible only by using your own cleverness, but also by being sure to protect yourself in some way. The reversed Seven of Swords indicates vigilance and caution especially in taking new actions and making important decisions in your life. Very often the reversed Seven of Swords indicates that the situation is very different than you may think and for that reason also encourages you to act in an unconventional way. The reversed Seven of Swords is also a time for you to clear your conscience of past negative actions. Remember not to ignore warnings and don't get caught in the act.
In questions about relationships the Seven of Swords reversed may herald the moment when you finally manage to clear up any ambiguities and clear the atmosphere of lies and secrets. The reason for this may be the feeling of guilt and the desire to clear your conscience. In such a situation, you will finally be able to start talking again and take a step forward. On the other hand, it may turn out that a lack of caution and the coincidence of certain circumstances will lead you to expose your actions. In such a situation the Seven of Swords reversed indicates that the person will withdraw into themselves and end the relationship in an attempt to avoid the consequences of their actions. If your relationship has been susceptible to the influence of a third party, then the reversed Seven of Swords indicates a release from such influence. When you draw this card it is certain that a hidden matter will finally come to light. The reversed Seven of Swords also foretells of the true face of your hidden enemies and false friends. The reversed Seven of Swords also symbolizes people who have no moral backbone, and who will undertake any kind of cruelty or deception on their way to their goal. Beware of people who may be pathological and toxic towards you.
7 of Swords, Seven of Spades, 7 of Spades
Deceit, quarreling, stealing, lying, empty words, betrayal, plans and actions that will not produce real results, think logically now
Underestimating your opponent, "rewarding" yourself for telling a lie, seeking help, dependence on others, lack of self-confidence