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Swords are connected to the Air: communication, sharing ideas, inquisitiveness, mental agility, interrelationships, connecting the dots, logic, wit, cool objectivity, quickness, cunning, persuasion, strategy, thoughts, words, intellect.

The Air signs Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius.

The pip cards of the Wands and Swords typically represent circumstances and emotional situations with an upward outward movement (excitement, adventure, conflict, travel, expansion, relocation, departure, etc.).


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Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the Three of Swords suggests that you are confronting some type of separation, loss, severing of ties, or suffering that will lead to important realizations about your emotional life and aid you to grow in wisdom. This card depicts “stormy weather for the emotions.” You may need to deal with feeling alienated, cut off, disappointed, grief-stricken, or alone. Because Swords are a mental and conflict-laden suit, you may be involved in disputes with friends or loved ones. A hoped-for meeting with someone you care about may not materialize. Sometimes this card points to a need for surgery, either for yourself or for someone close to you. When all is said and done, the suffering and unhappiness implied by this card offer an opportunity for a fresh start.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Knights correspond to the element Fire, which suggests action, enterprise, movement, novelty, and challenge coming into your life. When upright, the Knight of Swords prompts you to take decisive action to defend your rights and protect whatever you hold dear. This clever and assertive knight makes a good ally and a formidable opponent. Like the protagonist of Shakespeare’s Henry V (1598), the Knight of Swords rallies you with the words: “Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.” He readily connects the dots and is able to cut to the chase in any situation. His arrival is sometimes accompanied by the passing of misfortune. In many ways the Knight of Swords resembles Sir Galahad of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s 1834 poem of the same name:

Complete Book of Tarot: Astrology: The proud and powerful Sun in the third decan of earthy Capricorn, realm of the Waite King/Thoth Prince of Swords (Air of Air) and the Devil (Capricorn).

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Complete Book of Tarot: Knights correspond to the element Fire, which suggests action, enterprise, movement, novelty, and challenge coming into your life. When upright, the Knight of Swords prompts you to take decisive action to defend your rights and protect whatever you hold dear. This clever and assertive knight makes a good ally and a formidable opponent. Like the protagonist of Shakespeare’s Henry V (1598), the Knight of Swords rallies you with the words: “Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.” He readily connects the dots and is able to cut to the chase in any situation. His arrival is sometimes accompanied by the passing of misfortune. In many ways the Knight of Swords resembles Sir Galahad of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s 1834 poem of the same name:

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