On The Ten of Swords cards, a man is seen to be lying face down on the ground. There is sea just beside him and a mountain range can be seen at a distance.
The top of the man is unclothed, while the bottom of the man is draped with a red colored cloth. There are ten long double edged swords stabbed on his back. The sky above the man is black. There is a general feeling of sorrow, pain and loss.
It seems that the person has been hit with severe misfortune and is going through a very negative phase in his life. However, there are signs that signal positivity too. The sea before him is calm and shows no sign of turbulence at all. There is a hint of rising sun that can be seen between the mountains. This indicates that the darkness of night will soon be over and there would be a new dawn bringing fresh new hopes of turning a new leaf and accomplishing what the heart desires.
Upright Position: This card is all about being victimized by fate and circumstances. The card is often known as “the card of endings”. It indicates that there has been a sudden loss – it may be in any segment of a person’s life. Some people also depict that the card warns of physical injury. The card also warns of betrayal and conspiracies by friends. However, the card also signals that it is time to take the situation to your stride and move forward to experience new and happier things.
Reversed Position: Reversed, this card brings news of hope and positivity. There is a point in life from where things simply cannot go wrong anymore. It is then that things have to start getting better and brighter. In a reading the card may bring news of a sudden financial gain or an unexpected act of kindness from someone. However, the gains indicated are of temporary nature. The card, when reversed, actually says that life is full of ups and downs.
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