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Sun in Gemini
Endings, Crisis, Finality, Beginnings, Rebirth, Transformation, Wisdom through Pain and Loss
The Ten of Swords shows a Patchman Character lying on the ground, stabbed with ten swords in the form of the Tree of Life across his chest. He looks surprised that he has just been stabbed; he was not expecting this outcome. However, above him, his spirit has already left his body, and now free from the pain and struggle that he was experiencing, looks upward to the next cycle.
The Ten of Swords indicates the result of the Swords descent into ruin, marking the completion of this cycle and the new beginning to follow. While this card does depict an end, defeat, and even a harsh change that is difficult to accept, it also signifies transformation, rebirth, realization, and wisdom gleaned from pain and loss. As a...
Mars in Gemini
Depression, Nightmares, Regret, Despair, Rage, Anxiety, Fear, Going to the Depths of an Idea with all Consequences
The Nine of Swords exemplifies a mind of which continues its descent into a state of cruelty. The mental chaos from the Eight has evolved to the point of causing not only mental, but now emotional struggle haunts the character with nightmares and visions of death and cruelty; in this, we find depression, regret, anxiety, and nightmares to become real.
This card shows the mind reduced to very primitive instincts, indicating that just as the vulture tears into its prey with survival instincts, the ravage mind tears apart all other energies in order to get what it thinks it needs. Damage, despair, and cruelty are the outcome of this mindset. Thus, the Nine of Swords itself brings awareness to...
Jupiter in Gemini
Over-analysis, Structure Vs. Freedom, Restlessness, Uncontrollable Thoughts, Mental Imprisonment
Self-administered confusion is what the Eight of Swords represents, by the very nature of the mind collapsing in upon itself. This is the duel between mental structure and mental freedom, commonly experienced as the duality between the left and right brain hemispheres when they are not in sync. Patchman is blindfolded, and he is unable to see the way out of this chaos, and yet, the pathway is right in front of him. If he could escape his juxtaposed thoughts, he would see the path before he is clear.
Your mind can be a very unstable place, and this card typifies the mind which has reached its tipping point of chaos. Here the duality between your logical thinking mind and your free-thinking and open mind...
Moon in Aquarius
Wish to Compromise, Trickery, Confrontation, Standoff, Cleverness, Anarchy, Destiny, Cheating, Trying to Get Away with Something, Many vs. the Few
Six warriors stand facing an enemy; their swords pointed toward him. The enemy points his sword back, a standoff is imminent, but there is a wish for compromise even if it is unlikely. Here there is a crisis; the six swords are all unique and weak on their own, where the might of the single sword is strong and enduring. Thus the equation is balanced in its opposition. As long as these forces stay in a combative state, there can be no harmonious end, though the end will come nonetheless. One will overtake the other.
The Seven of Swords is a reunion of conflicting energies and embodies the essence of deception, opposition, and the attempt to get away with...
Mercury in Aquarius
Ascent, Scientific Thought, Sacred Passage, Departure from the Old, Evolution, Christ Center, Spirituality, Success after Trouble, Search for Truth
The Six of Swords shows Patchman rising within his Merkaba toward a glowing realm of Light. Beneath him, the old world is seen crumbling and breaking down; it was only temporary in its nature anyway. While this patchman may be sad for the passing of his old world, there is a bright future ahead, and the only requirement to get there is to live fully in the present moment and journey on!
It is time to let go of the beliefs and broken ideals of the past, time to rise and meet a new, brighter future, and a more harmonious mental system of understanding. This shift is both scientific and spiritual in nature, for it is an understanding of reality based...
Venus in Aquarius
Battle, Tension, Defeat, Betrayal, Weakness, Fall, Realization of Limitations
A warrior appears conflicted as he stands over the swords he has taken from his enemies. The two other warriors walk away, defeated, and saddened. However, nobody is the victor for a massive storm, and a colossal tidal wave is on its way that has the potential to destroy everyone. This card intends to say that when battles are fought with cunning and betrayal, nobody wins.
You may have just suffered a defeat, or perhaps come out of conflict thinking you have won. However, you are encouraged to check yourself and be very mindful of what is right and wrong in this scenario. The Five of Swords implies a conflict that can lead to a karmic defeat, meaning that no matter how the conflict turned out (whether you won or lost), you...
Jupiter in Libra
Refuge from Mental Chaos, Compromise, Recuperation, Contemplation, Passivity, Temporary Rest and Relaxation
The Four of Swords is a temporary rest from mental chaos and the establishment of social law, dogma, or idea that is generally accepted as true. During this resting period, the mind is balanced, and all problems are solved. There is a sense of support here from what can only be described as "beyond." Thus, these cards are a reminder that, while not often directly experienced, there is love and encouragement for you from higher realms, and you can always invoke their assistance with prayer and meditation. This support may manifest around you in the form of people, animals, nature, or events.
Take a moment to relax and recuperate your energy. You have undergone much trial and tribulation within...
Saturn in Libra
Facing Hard Truths, Suffering, Heartbreak, Secrecy, Womb of Chaos, Storm Brooding, Despair, Passion
The Three of Swords is the realization and acknowledgment of hard truths and the analysis of what others prefer to ignore. It is the awareness of suffering, the nature of heartbreak. Though it may be difficult, facing these truths will ultimately yield a much clearer understanding of what reality genuinely is.
Don't be afraid of the dark, chaotic waters of the mind and heart. For it is in these waters that, while at times treacherous to navigate, valuable lessons await discovery. This card speaks of the issues and characteristics most people like to kick under the rug or avoid looking at until they come crashing down on them. Embracing the hard truths, acknowledging the lessons they teach, and resolving...
Moon in Libra
Peace, Balance, Union of Soul and Mind, Choice, Awareness of Differences, Equilibrium, Neutrality, Reconciliation
Regarded as the purest manifestation of its element (air), The Two of Swords is the beginning of analysis and the birth of a thought. It indicates peace of mind (or the need for peace of mind), as pure thoughts create peace within the body and unify the mind with the heart. This card is about the mind striving for balance within itself to exist above the chaos that it is so familiar with. There is a subtle indication of decisions or choices that need to be made, yet the advice is to find clarity within before taking action without.
Within your own mind, all of the answers you seek are available. Sometimes, the reason you cannot see the truth is that your outer-eyes are open, but your...
The Root of the Powers of Air
Thought, Realization, Analysis, Logic, Ideas, Raw Power, Clarity, Objectivity, Breakthrough, Awareness
The seed of intellectual power, the Ace of Swords, embodies the essence of the thinking mind from which thoughts spring forth as if from nothing. It is the first idea: a neural impulse. By nature of the mind, it is all-embracing, all wandering, all-penetrating, and all-consuming. Deadly, yet its power incredible, the Ace of Swords shines bright with the radiance of the sun (Son).
Thoughts are powerful, if not one of the most powerful things you have at your disposal. The power to create anything is only limited by your imagination. Thoughts are the wellspring from which all of creation emerges, as creation itself is a thought in the mind of God. So, what are you thinking of? What...