Ten of Swords – Mermaid Tarot

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No life is forgotten. Only the empty organic matter where it used to be (meaning the body used to be the place for the soul) and the history of the people who once lived will be told. That is how the story was made, through what was left behind. There is no need to mourn for what is lost, instead, celebrate what remains after each break, the pieces will be told. We are left with pieces of the puzzle, uniting what has and will be. The end will also be the beginning.

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The message of Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot in a reading

In the Swords suit, the Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot signifies the end of some tragedy or crisis. Sometimes, the card also sends the querent a message about surviving and recovering from a period of fighting illness as well as difficulties and challenges.

In a superficial sense, the card represents life at the bottom, expecting nothing more. However, from a positive perspective, this card still shows hope, because the worst things can only progress. On the other hand, it denotes the painful lesson you receive. It is also an opportunity to start over after experiencing many losses, what you will do to lift your spirits will determine what kind of person you are.

In a Tarot reading, the Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot appears to indicate that the disaster has finally occurred, and what the querent can expect is the turn of events. However, sometimes this card appears with the feeling that you are the victim and the whole world treats you unfairly. Sometimes, the Ten of Swords describes a sad event, you see nothing to be happy about when drawing this card in a spread. Still, it has a bright side like the inner being is just playing with you, it wants to know how you handle personal despair.

Meaning of Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot in the upright position

The end is the end. There will be things in this life that we cannot really get over or can never go back in time to change. They are done, gone, and in some respects, permanently imprinted on the historical cycle. There is no way for the merman who has found himself collapsed on the white snow to get up. The life he once knew is over. The human life he experiences is also completed. He has now gone down in history for others. That is the nature of all living things in this world. This is part of that order. If there is no end and we do not go down in the collective history, there is no room for anything new. Things that never come back are wonderful sacred things.

While the upright Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot feels uncomfortable, it is not necessarily the end of the world. You can still get a clearer signal, for example, be careful in placing your trust. The card appears when you ask a question whether you can trust someone or a situation, the answer that the universe responds to will be no. However, keep in mind, when one door closes, another door opens, things will soon go in a better direction.

In the general context, the Ten of Swords is not a good omen as it can represent betrayal, bad words, backstabbing, bitterness, and enemies. It is a Minor Arcana card of failure, ruin, brokenness, severing relationships, goodbyes, and the final nail in the coffin of a relationship or situation. It can be a sign of a nervous breakdown, chronic fatigue, exhaustion, and an inability to cope. It can also represent hitting rock bottom, hitting a wall, or falling into a deadlock.

The upright Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot also describes someone who is playing the role of a victim or martyr, being overly dramatic, seeking attention, or exaggerating. It can also signify violence, attack, and swearing. In an upright position, the Ten of Swords urges you to heed its warning. This may be a sign that someone close to you is not what you think they are. While there may not be much you can do to prevent this, you can prepare for the worst. Check your close relationships. Are the people around you actively supporting and encouraging you? Now might be the time to get rid of some toxic and rotting energy sources from within.

In terms of work and finance, the upright card can represent failure. A big project you are working on could catch on fire at any moment. As a result, the emotions you feel will be failure, despair, and anger. Be careful not to allow a mistake or failure to define how you feel about your career. No one is perfect and we all need to learn from our mistakes. During a career Tarot reading, the Ten of Swords is not a good omen, it may indicate that you have reached a dead end. It can also tell that you will be the subject of bad rumors, stabbing your back or ridiculing behind your back, so always be on the lookout for co-workers who are trying to sabotage you. It can also hint that you may have overworked and pushed yourself to the point of exhaustion or breakdown.

If you are in business, this Minor Arcana card is not welcome as it can signify the doom, failure, or demise of a business. Financially, the Ten of Swords shows destruction and failure. Be extremely cautious in your financial transactions and do not take unnecessary risks as this is not the time to make hasty bets.

In terms of romantic relationships, if you are in a relationship, the upright Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot demonstrates a breakup, divorce, or separation. You may already be aware that the relationship is in trouble and you need to accept it. Alternatively, this card can simply indicate that you are being too dramatic, seeking attention, or playing the role of a victim with your partner. If that is the case, it could be the last nail in the coffin of the relationship if you do not stop such kinds of behaviors. If you are in an abusive relationship, the card tells you to act immediately and speak up for yourself to ensure your safety.

If you are single, the card can be a sign that you are still suffering from your final breakup. Even though you know the relationship is not healthy and are on the right track, you are still not ready for it to end to some extent and are still struggling to reach the final terms of the breakup. You need to take some time to heal and rediscover who you are and what really makes you happy independently in a relationship.

In terms of health and spirit, the upright Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot is not a big omen as it implies that you have hit a wall and you need to stop and deal with your actual problems. Chronic fatigue, exhaustion, depression, and even nervous breakdown are all that the card refers to. You need to put your health first when this card appears in your Tarot reading. However, it also simply suggests acupuncture can benefit you as the swords in the image represent acupuncture needles.

Spiritually, the Ten of Swords often points out that you may be severing ties with an old belief system. It can also be a warning to watch out for those in your spiritual circle who may be disloyal or dangerous as this card may indicate curses or betrayal.

Meaning of Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot in the reversed position

Rejection is not a good thing. It is not even reasonable. It is all over. Everything that comes to an end has its purpose and effect. This is just the way things work. You can plead fervently. You can jump up and go crazy. You can even shout out the catchphrase “Why?”. None of that can change the fact that things that once existed no longer exist. Doors are closed, things are over, and the cycle is about to be completed. Fight that fact with everything you have, if you will, but it will not change the outcome.

Meaning of Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot in the reversed position

In a general context, the reversed Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot can represent things for the better, overcoming the worst, surviving/being saved from disaster, and escaping the wreckage. It is a reversed Minor Arcana card about pulling yourself together and learning from past difficulties. It can signal something to come back after the brink of death or failure, near-death experiences, and out-of-body experiences.

Alternatively, it can signal a fear that is about to come true, the worst is yet to come, and help is not possible. It can also represent utter ruin, despair, relapse, and returning problems. In a reversed position, the Ten of Swords can signify things in your life are improving, overcoming obstacles, and forgiving those who have wronged you in the past. You have served your time and you have finally found a way to cope and get out of your way. You no longer have to grapple with the negative forces surrounding your life. Now is the time to rejoice and enjoy it – you have earned it!

In terms of work and finance, the reversed Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot means that you have passed the worst period of work stress or have severed ties with a job that is pushing you to the brink of collapse. Alternatively, it points out that a bad work situation is pushing you to the verge. You need to ask yourself if it is worth it as there are other jobs out there that can be a lot healthier for you. 

If you are in business, this reversed Minor Arcana can represent a revival or complete collapse. Financially, the Ten of Swords reversed implies that you are saved from devastation such as bankruptcy. The supporting cards in the spread will indicate what applies.

In terms of romantic relationships, the reversed Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot refers to a relationship that is coming back from the brink of failure or of a complete and irreparable breakdown. If you are in an abusive relationship, the card may suggest that you will get out of it. Be aware that this card can indicate a serious escalation in an abusive relationship.

If you are single, the reversed Ten of Swords signifies that you are beginning to recover from an unpleasant breakup and overcome despair. It implies that you have learned a lot from hardship and have learned to rise above anger, hatred, or bitterness.

In terms of health and spirit, the Ten of Swords Mermaid Tarot in reverse forecasts improving health and surviving a serious illness. However, it can also represent near-death, non-survival, and suicidal thoughts that overwhelm you, so look to the supporting cards for confirmation. If you are struggling, seek help from friends or loved ones. 

Spiritually, the Ten of Swords reversed often indicates that you have overcome past difficulties and draw lessons from them that you will carry on your journey throughout life. You may have gained a great deal of wisdom and empathy for others from these experiences. On the other hand, it tells that you are refusing to take the lessons, which leaves you trapped in a negative spiral. Try to feel what your spirit guides are telling you, they are around you, lovingly directing you through this. The reversed card can also indicate near-death experiences and physical experiences, so you may find that the projection from the physical world comes easily to you at this time.

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