The page of swords is the archetype of a student, always willing to learn, and probably doesn’t know everything yet. This can also be a messenger, so keep your eyes open.
I suggest, while looking at this card description, you have your tarot deck in front of you and decide for yourself if you agree with the feelings on this page or if the card represents something entirely different to you.
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A few words to describe the card:
- Student, learning new things, messenger, not fully trustworthy yet
Page of Swords Meaning
The page of swords tarot card is a card of knowledge and learning. This is a person who wants to know as much as they possibly can, and are trying to understand.
This tarot card often has a person on it, holding a sword. Sometimes this person is reading a book, or writing something down.
This is the epitome of the learner. A person who may ignore their surroundings to keep learning, and finding out new information all the time. They live for knowledge.
This person can also appear as someone who wants to talk about what they’ve learned, and will teach you everything they know.
if you see the page of swords in a tarot reading, think about learning new things from books, writing, or from other people. They may be able to teach you something, if you just take a second to listen.
This card can also come with a slight warning, to not get so lost you don’t see everything around you. Make sure to keep your wits about you, and not fall for everything you hear.
This page can also be a messenger, coming to tell you something.
Still confused about the meanings of the cards? A few tools that have been really helpful for me have been: practice, taking the time to look at each card, read books like Tarot: Learn How to Read and Interpret the Cards by Kim Arnold. Or try out tarot spreads! Try doing a simple reading every day. The Labyrinthos app is really helpful too. Or try some that I’ve created by looking here: Tarot Spreads.
Want other comparisons of tarot cards? Find those here! It might help you better understand how tarot decks are different.