Upright: hope, expectation, confidence, to claim or to intend, to have grounds or a basis for, to overestimate oneself, core, nub or foundation, intention, goal or purpose, will, to want, wish, vow, desire, taste, fantasy or imagination.
Reversed: wise opinion, good advice, salutary warnings, instruction, lesson. Observation, reflection, remark or comment, notification, thought. Reprimand, reproach. News, announcement, notice or poster. Consultation, admonishment.
Seven of Swords – Moon in the third decan of Aquarius.
Upright: The Seven of Swords reminds us to take a step backwards and quietly observe: look for the bigger picture and especially for the hidden things which lie beneath the surface. They most likely will not focus on the individual but on the masses and social behaviour. Therefore, they are often shy and may appear a bit detached. They are intuitive, compassionate, idealistic, tolerant and progressive. Although the Seven of Swords is naturally intellectual, due to the Moon, sometimes the emotions may cloud its judgement.
Reversed: moody, egocentric, forgetful and detached.
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