The theme is rest, recuperation, contemplation, and meditation. The Bonefire version makes it look that much more inviting than in the corresponding RWS card.
The Four of Swords is like an oasis of calm in a suit that presents more challenges than most. It signifies a chance to rest and meditate after a period of struggle and/or in preparation for another one.
I drew this card upright a couple of weeks ago, and focused on how, although it indicates a struggle, this is a sign that you’ve been able to carry on regardless – so it was a good news/bad news take on the card. Today the Ten of Wands is reversed, and all those wands areContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Ten of Wands, Reversed”
Much of the writing I’ve seen about this card focuses on the negative, but to me this is kind of a good news, bad news card. The good news is you’re being effective, you’re able to carry your own weight (and then some), you’re making progress, you’re somehow managing with everything you take on. TheContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Ten of Wands”
If you lived in the states in the early 60’s, you may remember a fellow named John Cameron Swayze advertising Timex watches on television, in much the same way that Barry Scott now advertises Cillit Bang, although perhaps less loudly and with a bit more of the gravitas you would expect from a news commentator.Continue reading “Daily Draw: Nine of Wands”