End · Catastrophe · Mortality · New hope · Ruin
Like many Sword combinations, the Ten of Swords has unpleasant connotations, but this is not necessarily the end of the world.
This is a clear signal that you should be careful about who you trust.
Ten of Swords – tarot card meaning
If the Ten of Swords appears in connection with the question of whether you can believe what a person is telling you or believe that the situation is stable, it is quite a clear “no” answer. However, it should be remembered that each time one door closes, more doors will open. You are heading into a situation that will be better for you. Trust yourself and the universe.
When it comes to love-related questions, this is not a bad card. Something about the love situation you are in is not right. Ask yourself a lot of questions, accept reality, and do not shut your eyes completely. You cannot force someone to love you or behave with respect. If you have recently met someone new in a situation where you are looking for love, keep searching. People you’ve met so far are not who they seem to be.
When it comes to money, you may be disappointed. In no case is it time to gamble, but it is time to summarize the situation. If money gets away from you or you trust in someone, be careful not to create a conflict. This is not the end of the world. Try to think logically and rationally – now what?
The end of something important is coming, so be prepared for the consequences. Nothing is permanent in life.
Evaluate the direction in which you are heading. Watch out for the opinions of others because they can lead you to awareness of your own truth. Watching the world through pragmatic eyes will balance your optimism.
YES or NO Tarot Reading – Ten of Swords
The Ten of Swords shows a sudden end or a negative result in some endeavors in your life.
This may mean failure, ruin or mortality combined with depression and the feeling of being broken and crushed by the weight of the world.
Acute and negative, this card says: NO.