Ace of Swords – Deviant Moon Tarot Deck
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I. The Description of Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
An angel protects herself with a single sword in hand, she is Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot. Although the blade has thorns in it, she is being shielded by her own strength and will overcome any bad situations that come to her.
The Swords suit is the master of the Air element, which is often involved in computation, thinking, mind, communication, communication, and speech. Words can kill and that is also part of the reason why when the Swords suit appears a lot in the Tarot spread reflecting conflicts, arguments, concerns, worries, and sometimes, it leads to violence or loss of balance. The Zodiac in the Swords includes Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, which has many properties of intelligence, thoughtfulness, reason, and communication. However, these are also authoritarian, double-sided, highly confrontational, and yet conservative zodiac signs. In the Western deck of cards, the Swords suit is of Spades.
The Swords suit in Deviant Moon Tarot depicts a clan of authority until its members have quarrels and conflicts with each other. However, the people of this clan can still protect themselves because they hold indomitable strength and spirit, never retreating. It is true that strength and perseverance will protect them through obstacles, but what they have not realized yet, it is their strength and stubbornness that causes their own misery. Everything has its day, therefore, the advice for the Swords suit is to slap on the wrist, give the other a chance, rest, relax, live emotionally, or take things slowly. Sometimes, we live in many ways and rely on more than just a cold head. The Keyword for the Swords suit is Thinking.
The beginning of the Swords suit is the Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot. Number 1 is the initial creation, so no matter which Tarot deck it is, the Ace always has positive thoughts, great and holy things. Although it is a card of the Minor Arcana, it is the starting card of a suit, as if removing the veil of darkness to change due to the power of the Ace card is similar to the Major Arcana cards. That may be why the Ace cards always have the image of a hand extending out from the air as if it belonged to Heaven. As for Deviant Moon Tarot, they are angels.
The angel in Ace of Swords is defending herself with a sword in hand. It seems she is in a conflict where the victory is hers because of the image of the crown and the laurel wreath on her head. But look at the sword wrapped in thorns, maybe she would hurt herself before defeating her enemy. Interestingly, if the Ace of Wands and the Ace of Cups show affection, production, and quietness with mysterious smiles and the Ace of Pentacles is a material and ambitious dragon, the Ace of Swords has a tough and tired face. Her lips are tight, one eye closed and the other one opened, her body is slender. In a battle, neither side will be the complete winner. Anyway, the Ace of Swords is also a new beginning, a new idea, the intrinsic strength to achieve success if we know to control it and use it with a good deed, not take advantage of it.
II. The general meaning of Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions: Power, Outstanding inner strength, Circumstances lead to victory, Determination, Courage, Forcefulness, Victory, Breakthrough, Strong spirit, The force of the Air element, The power of wisdom, Freedom, Spiritual energy, New ideas, The power of words, Sweet fruit from the bitter tree, The beginning of success, Perfect timing, Radical and unavoidable change, Concentrated energy, Overcome obstacles, Logic, Order, Discipline, Strength of purpose, Equitable action, The ability to look at the whole situation, Reach the goal, Justice, Law, Legal issues, Authority, Will, Necessary surgery, Dissection, Blood test, Vaccination, After rain comes sunshine, The pen is mightier than the sword, Thinking before action.
Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot shows the beginning of a potential situation like the double-edged nature of the sword itself. Ace implies using power in an enormous way, even excessively at times, but we do not know how that energy is used and for what purpose. Whatever the goal, with the immense power hidden in its determination to fulfill its wish, the Ace of Swords practically annihilates everything that stands in its way. The power of this card is given to anyone with strong affection, reason, and determination. However, it is a must to consider who is its user.
Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot represents a stage of great insight and mental clarity. It depicts a breakthrough in consciousness and reasoning. Your morale is at its peak and you are able to achieve your goals. You have a new perspective on the issues you are concerned about. This is the perfect time to clear away the haze that obscures the truth inside, so you can get straight to the point. Also, it is time to take action, and if you put all of your minds into achieving your goals, you can succeed in whatever you want. Ace highlights a new idea, as well as inspiration and creative vision. You have a new way of thinking and energy to execute your thoughts. You are gleefully pursuing the opportunities that come from your creativity and spirit.
Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot also encourages you to uncover the truth of the matter and seek justice. You can fight for a cause or stand up for your own or another’s interests. Accordingly, sometimes, the Ace of Swords may say that you are preparing for the “battle”. You have seen all the issues clearly and eagerly argued for victory. You have a new idea and are willing to fight, or passionately pursue a matter that interests you particularly, such as your human rights, your environment, and your personal beliefs. This card urges you to use your mental strength, wisdom, and reasoning ability. If you are faced with a difficult situation, get ready for the battle and find the strength to overcome these challenges.
III. The reversed meaning of Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions: Abuse of power, Peremptory, Destruction, Confusion, Chaos, Lack of clarity, Threats, Excessive force, Arbitrariness, A hollow victory, Cutters, Sarcasm, Bull, Opposition, Victims, Delays, Bad timing, Obstacles, Delusions, Unclear thinking, Unnecessary disruption, Lack of planning, Energy in the wrong direction, Sabotage, Perversity, Exploitation, Domination, Injustice, Mistiness, Trouble with the government, Legal difficulties, Intellectual abuse, Indifference, Intolerance, Suffer, Self-injury, Live by the sword and die by the sword.
The reversed Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot shows you a lack of clarity about your goals and aspirations. You have a deep understanding but cannot express them clearly and easily. This card usually appears when there is confusion or incomprehension of the task. You have to spend time practically clearly defining what you want in life. Set yourself some specific and clever goals to get clear on what you are working towards. Focus on the basics and do some careful planning.
The reversed Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot explicates that you don’t allow yourself to see the thing that matters most. You may be using your mind to plead rather than overcome obstacles. Stop clinging to delusions and take a look at your prejudices you have given to situations. Ask yourself how you can present the situation in a less self-serving way and get possibly better results. Reconsider your view so you can help break down barriers.
The reversed Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot also reflects an idea or concept you may not have implemented yet, perhaps because of uncertainty about the outcome. You are having trouble with the early stages of building your idea, plan, or goal. You may have multiple ideas along the way and be unable to make decisions, creating challenges for goal fulfillment.
The reversed Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot makes unwise and unambiguous decisions about a particular situation. You are lacking the necessary information or evidence to support you in your current predicament. Invest time and energy in finding the truth, not just skimming at it. It also shows that the situation has begun to turn into chaos. You no longer perceive things specifically but feel that everything is just a mess.
IV. The guideline of Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
The Swords suit represents its reason and its distinctive ability. The swords cut through everything to pierce illusion, to distinguish between fantasy and reality. In the Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot, the single raised sword by the angel interprets your primary motive or ideal guide – a vision that guides you through life-changing fortunes with unique insight. The sword is shown through a silver crown and/or laurel wreath, a symbol of implied optimism of evolution, progress, a sense of hope and victory. It is sometimes displayed downward – a darker message, referring to sacrifices, challenges, and critical environments.
Ace of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot advises you to be steadfast – you are about to reach your goal. There may be no need to hesitate. Focus only on making your impact. This could be your moment. Arrows are directed at the target, launch them! If you let go of distractions and achieve your goal, you will be rewarded with precision and clarity. Remember, this is not the time to hold back and worry about the consequences. When you approach this level of truth, you most likely overcome all delusions and nonsense.