Upright: criticism, unfortunate position, critical moment, critical time, decisive moment, bad situation, deli-cate circumstances, crisis. Examination, discussion, search, pursuit, quest or research; blame, censure. Gos-sip, conclusion, dénouement or epilogue, control, disapproval, condemnation, annulment or reduction to the ranks, judgement, contempt.
Reversed: incident, difficulty, particular circumstance, conjunction, event, incidental, thoughtless, obstacle, delay, delayed action. Abjectness. Contestation, contradiction, opposition, resistance, chicanery, quibbling or squabbling. Unexpected, unforeseen; adventure, occurrence, destiny, fatality, accidents, misfortune, mishaps or hardships, disfavour, fall from grace or disgrace. Symptom or sign.
Eight of Swords – Jupiter in the first decan of Gemini.
Upright: Curiosity, versatility and open-mindedness are the basic characteristics of the Eight of Swords type of personality. They like talking, learning, and sharing. Transposed to the real-life situation, one should keep all the options open and adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of life. It may also signify excellent communication abilities, a talent for languages, good learning skills, love travelling and a taste for adventures. It is also a card of good fortune.
Reversed: irresponsibility, restlessness, superficiality, disloyalty and dishonesty.
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