Page/Princess of Swords

Upright/Well defined-

As a person: This is a person that can turn planning into an art form, which can be a blessing or a curse, depending on the situation. With a tendency to be overly intellectual, their rapidly moving brain can figure out which situation needs attention first and can prioritize with the best of folks. The only large problem is that this is usually a person with a lack of real-world experience. While they seem to know an awful lot, this isn’t the same as having experienced a lot. They have a fantastic ability to find out what’s going on by asking all of the questions that will get to the heart of a matter very quickly. This can be both a blessing and a curse, depending on whether or not you’re the one being questioned. They can be ruthless in their questions, not because of any malice, but a desire to understand.

As a situation:  There’s planning in your near future when the Page of Swords appears. A lot of this planning will be the result of new information being brought to light in regards to a particular situation. Things that require a lot of communication are being focused on here and it is a good idea to focus on keeping communication open between peers.

A Page of Swords can often be an indication of a new discovery that will help put things together in a way that you might not have thought of before. While this discovery might be purely intellectual in nature, it will likely have some useful practical applications as long as you put it to use.

 

Reversed/Ill Dignified-

As a person: If you’ve talked to someone that seems to have all of the answers to all questions, but at the same time their life is fallig apart around them, then you’ve been talking to a reversed Page of Swords. This person often lives too far in their head to be of any practical use to most people, as even a sounding board needs to be quiet on occasion. In many situations they will have advice that they will assure you will work, despite the fact that they not only have no experience of a particular situation, nor the solution having worked at all.

There is also the possibility of a person clinging to a set of ideals or dogma as a way of dealing with something, despite knowing that this particular dogma or set of ideals is not true and not useful. This can be compared to a religious zealot that would rather die for their religion than admit a lack of belief.

As a situation: When trying to find some new information on a subject and a reversed Page of Swords shows up, I would suggest checking your sources as there is a good chance that the information that you’ve been provided with is false. Whether this is the result of a deliberate attempt to mislead you or a simple lack of fact-checking, it would not be a good idea to act on the information that you have been given.

With a lot of information coming in, there are times when it will be entirely the correct information, yet totally useless at the same time. Sometimes the answer to the questions that a person asks aren’t the same thing as what you really want to know and it might be a good time to look a little harder at the questions being asked, as they are not leading a person to what they really want to know.

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