Cards for the Day: R’d Knight of Wands/R’d 7 of Swords: Deceit and Deception Throw Us for a Loop

Knight of Wands reversed--Rider-Waite tarotSeven of Swords reversed--Rider-Waite tarotTroubling cards today: is someone rushing in impulsively (Knight of Wands reversed) to steal another person’s ideas or approach (Seven of Swords reversed)? If these cards were upright I would think that this person just might get away with it (what a jones!) but, reversed, I feel that this won’t be the case — this particular thief is rushing into something so hastily that he (or she) does not realize that these actions have consequences. What is happening here will lead to nothing but trouble: trouble for the person committing these deceptive acts, and disappointed astonishment/disillusionment from the person against whom this deceit is directed.

I really don’t like these cards.

If you are drawn to another person’s idea, make sure that you give that person credit before drawing on those ideas in your own work. That’s common sense, right? But sometimes the Knight of Wands isn’t prone to common sense.

Also, knights, in some ways, are cards about experiences that test us. Consider that someone may be testing you today. Act appropriately. Likewise, you may be tested, or have your patience tested, at the very least, by today’s events. Stand up straight and tall, keep your chin up, and put on your best behavior, please. Take the dishonor implicit in these cards and turn it into honorable conduct.

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9 Replies to “Cards for the Day: R’d Knight of Wands/R’d 7 of Swords: Deceit and Deception Throw Us for a Loop”

    1. You’re welcome! I, too, am on the spectrum (though self-diagnosed)…so it looks like we have a few things in common…

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  1. i loved this because yesterday i finished my NaNoWriMo novel and it was odd how beautifully it ended. i went along for the ride and was so happy to just be the fingers tapping away. thank you for following me! i love mystical stuff like this. 🙂

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    1. You’re welcome, and I’m glad you liked the post! 🙂 I’m impressed that you just finished NaNoWriMo…I have been wanting to do that for quite some time but have never pushed myself enough to get there.

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  2. Normally I don’t read post on blogs, however I would like to say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me. Thanks, very great article.

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