Seven of Swords
Rider, Waite, Smith
By Nora L. Abelite
Aha, so you think you have outwitted everyone and in the bright, yellow sky of dawn you sneak away with your comrades’ swords. Not so fast! This is a dishonorable act and stealing another person’s sword is a serious crime. Remember, the swords you steal can also cut you, clang together and alert others, and worse yet, the sword may not sing for you and you will be left defenseless in battle.
This sword stealing is an act of a young person who has not given much thought to the repercussions of his actions. If this card is drawn I would question whether or not there has been a pattern of dishonesty, thievery, and betrayal in this person’s life that was established at a young age. A juvenile delinquent has entered the reading!