Page of Swords

Page of Swords

Meaning

When the Page of Swords arrives in your Tarot reading, keep your wits about you as intellect and rational logic is favored in your situation over emotional decision making. This Page brings with her news that will favor your situation. It is often delightful news that has a way of turning around your entire outlook. She is bright, curious, and intellectual. She is always seeking the truth and an intelligent response. There could be some secrets at bay with the Page of Swords. She cuts through the confusion and cuts right to the chase. Don't expect your secrets to last long when the Page of Swords is around.

Symbolism

Pages in the Tarot often represent news or messages that will arrive to bring clarity on a situation. They can also often represent younger people that will help take you to your desired path. With this Page, we see a young girl, yielding a sword and swishing it through the air swiftly. This Page can represent a younger Air sign (Gemini, Libra, or Aquarius). She is yielding the sword of knowledge and truth, and cuts to the chase rather quickly. Swords move quickly. If you see this card know that the news you have been waiting for will arrive very soon!

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