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Queen of Swords and Ten of Pentacles

The Queen of Swords represents the power of the mind that fuels actions and decisions, the logical (rather than emotional) process of information. The Queen of Swords has sharp intellect and clear judgment. The Ten of Pentacles predicts family or business issues. It stands for assets, security, traditions, inheritance. It can also represent large groups of people,...

Eight of Pentacles and Queen of Pentacles

The Eight of Pentacles predicts that we'll be working on something we've started in the past and it could refer to studies, work, relationships. The Eight of Pentacles could describe either a process or a routine. The Queen of Pentacles represents a practical, down to earth person, who's focused on everyday matters, financial stability and material security....

Six of Swords and Five of Cups

The Six of Swords predicts peace after a period of turmoil. It gives a gentle a push towards a new direction, towards a calmer destination.The Five of Cups is the card of loss, regrets and disappointments. Often it appears when we go to war with life, when we refuse to accept that things sometimes don't go the way we want them to go. The combination of the two...

Queen of Pentacles and Three of Wands

The Queen of Pentacles represents a practical, down to earth person, who's focused on everyday matters, financial stability and material security. The Queen of Pentacles often represents a person of an earth sign/ascendant (Virgo, Capricorn, Taurus).The Three of Wands is the card of the future, as it describes our expectations and the consequences of our actions....

Strength and Queen of Pentacles

The Strength card symbolizes courage in the face of something that looks bigger and stronger than us. It's the inner power that conquers fear, it's self-discipline and perseverance.The Queen of Pentacles represents a practical, down to earth person, who's focused on everyday matters, financial stability and material security. The Queen of Pentacles often represents...

Four of Swords and Knight of Cups

The Four of Swords indicates a break from the routine, a pause, a desire to find peace of mind, a process of healing, of recuperation. The Knight of Cups is emotional, romantic, compassionate. He can be a helper or a mediator. In his negative manifestation, he can be emotionally unstable, unfaithful, obsessive and manipulative. Both cards are related to healing...

Four of Pentacles and Three of Wands

The Four of Pentacles is the card of possessions, but also of possessiveness. When it comes up in a reading, we may feel a strong desire to hold on to what we have, be it money, objects or people.The Three of Wands is the card of the future and it describes our expectations and the consequences of our actions. It also means that we've been through the first stages...

Two of Pentacles and Page of Swords

The Two of Pentacles is a card of change and is trying to achieve balance during or after a phase of transition or a temporary situation. The Page of Swords is a highly energetic card. Talkative, inquisitive, straightforward, but sometimes aggressive, suspicious and disruptive, the Page of Swords is related to communications, ideas, speech. Together they predic...

Two of Cups and Queen of Cups

The Two of Cups often predicts a happy meeting between friends or lovers. The Queen of Cups focuses on emotions and emotional matters. She has a gentle, receptive and passive nature and she can be a great helper, healer and counselor. Ill-dignified, the Queen of Cups is the personification of the drama queen. This a combination that predicts a slow, but smooth...

Hermit and Knight of Swords

The Hermit has the tendency to withdraw in order to find answers in solitude, avoiding interference from others.The Knight of Swords is logical, witty, analytical, just, but he can also be impatient, judgmental, ruthless and verbally aggressive. The two cards describe opposing forces. The Hermit is slow and thoughtful, while the Knight of Swords is fast, always...

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