The six of swords is the sixth card in the suit of swords in a game of tarot. The suit of swords is the final of the four suits that make up all of the minor arcana in a game of tarot. The Rider-Waite depiction of the card shows a man pushing a gondola across a lake with islands in the background. There is a hooded figure that is riding the gondola and has his or her back to the card viewer. The rider has his or her arm over the shoulders of a child that is also riding the gondola. At the head of the boat are six swords stuck into it at a vertical angle.
The seven of swords is the seventh card of the suit if swords in tarot. The suit of swords is one of the suits in the minor arcana, therefore making the seven of swords one of the minor arcana in the game of tarot. The Rider-Waite interpretation of the card depicts a man who is attempting to hold many swords. There are five swords in his hand that he is able to carry, but two swords that are left stuck in the ground. He stares back at the two swords in frustration. He tiptoes away as if in the act of theft. There is a medieval town in the background. But what does this card mean for your fortune? Find out here.
The eight of swords card is the eighth card in the suit of swords. The suit of swords is one of the suits in the minor arcana, making the eight of swords one of the minor arcana as well. In the Rider-Waite depiction of the deck it shows a woman that is blindfolded and standing. On one side of her there are five swords stuck into the ground and on the other side there are three. She is not just blindfolded, but also has her arms bound so she cannot move.
The nine of swords is the ninth card in the suit of swords in the game of tarot. It is one of the minor arcana grouping and part of the final suit within that group. The Rider-Waite deck shows this card as a person that seems to be woke out of bed from a bad dream. It is dark, and they are sitting upright in bed with their legs under the covers and their head in their hands. In the background are nine swords which seem to be hung up against the back wall. What is the meaning of this symbolism though? Read on to find out.
The ten of swords is the tenth card in the suit of swords that makes up a game of tarot. It is one of the minor arcana. The Rider-Waite depiction of the card features what seems to be the aftermath of a deadly battle. There is light in the background, but there are also black clouds that could signify smoke, or an intense evil. At the forefront of the card lies a dead body with blood pooling from the corpse. There is a cape draped over the corpse and there are ten swords stabbed into its back.
The page of swords card is the 11th card in the suit of swords. The suit of swords is the final suit in the four suits that make up the minor arcana in a game of tarot. The Rider-Waite edition of the tarot deck features a youth in a pink tunic with yellow stockings standing wistfully on the top of a hill, his hair is being whipped to and fro by the wind. There are clouds in the background and the ground itself looks very uneven. He holds a sword at the ready, but has a carefree look about his face.
The knight of swords is the 12th card in the suit of swords. The suit of swords is the last suit in a set of four which make up the minor arcana grouping in a game of tarot. The Rider-Waite depiction of the knight of swords shows a man on a horse rushing brazenly into battle. He has his sword drawn and seems to be heading into the heat of the fight. No fight is actually pictured though so this is an assumption. He has a look of strength and determination on his face. What is the meaning of the image pictured on this card though and how could it apply to your life? Keep reading to find out.