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Ten of Swords and Justice

Definitely not the most welcome card of the deck, the Ten of Swords marks an ending after a period of great stress, sadness and grief. The Justice, being the card of cause and effect, clears the waters for us and allows us to see with clarity the consequences and the repercussions of all the events that took place and led to the breakdown the Ten of Swords represents. ...

King of Swords and Ace of Wands

The King of Swords symbolizes the maturity of logic. For that reason, he has a bad reputation when it comes to feelings and indeed, this King will choose to do what is objectively right rather than what feels right. The King of Swords is associated with justice, communications, decisions, emotional detachment. The Ace of Wands represents the beginning of action,...

Nine of Pentacles and Knight of Swords

The Nine of Pentacles is the card of abundance, of comfort and security, but primarily, it is the card of self-sufficiency and independence. We feel good for what we have achieved and we enjoy the fruits of our efforts. The Knight of Swords is logical, witty, just, but he can also be impatient, judgmental, verbally aggressive. The combination and of the Nine...

King of Cups and Justice

The King of Cups predicts that emotions, relationships and matters of the heart will be in the foreground. The King of Cups indicates that we have the experience and the maturity to deal with emotional matters efficiently, unless he's ill-dignified.   The King of Cups is the protector, the family man, but in his negative manifestation, the he can...

Justice and Nine of Swords

The Justice, being the card of cause and effect, brings clarity and allows us see the motives and the consequences of our actions, as well as of the actions of others. The nine of swords is the card of extreme stress, nightmares and negative, external influences. It is also a card of endings. In combination, the two cards could indicate the law of karma in its...