Tarot Card Meanings

September 14, 2011
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Weekly Tarot Card (Jan 18) – Three of Swords reversed

January 15, 2010
Three of Swords
Three of Swords

The card drawn for this week is the Three of Swords reversed.

In the Rider Waite deck, the Three of Swords shows a heart pierced by three swords. Behind it lie some heavy rain clouds pouring down in a sorrowful manner. However, beyond these grey clouds, there are two white clouds and the hint of some sun rays to offer some salvation. Upright, this is a card of sorrow, heartache, grief and disappointment.

In its reversed position, the Three of Swords indicates that you have recently gone through a difficult patch where perhaps a relationship has ended or has experienced challenging times, a loved one has passed, or you felt hurt from a situation that affected you deeply. Thankfully, this time has passed and you are on the path to recovery, realising that with behind every cloud is a silver lining and there are indeed other things in your life which you can feel happy about. You have reached a point where you can accept the pain and hurt and are ready to move on.

All the best, Biddy