10 of Swords

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, Ten of Swords Fortune-telling interpretation:
Upright: weeping, tears, sobs, moans or groans, sighs, complaints, lamentations, grievances, diseases or dis-orders, sorrows, sadness, pain, wailing, lay, desolation.
Reversed: advantage, gain, profit, success. Grace, favour, benefit. Ascendant, power, empire, authority, force, usurpation.

Divination:
Ten of Swords – Sun in the third decan of Gemini.
Upright: Osho, formerly known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, said that one should die each moment so that can reborn and be new each moment. The Ten of Swords express exactly this permanent need for moving and changing. They have this chameleon, shape-shifting quality which makes impossible to pin down their personality, but simultaneously make them magnetic and fascinating. It is time for learning, travelling, blending various things, find a new job, move to a new home or a different place, make new friends and enjoy open relationships.
Reversed: restless, unreliable, erratic and immature.

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