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Two of Swords
Twos mean conflict or balance; choices; relationships
Swords often represent mental compatibility, thinking, intellect, or conflict
In a deck of playing cards, the suit of Swords would be similar to the suit of Spades
head in the sand; not wanting to face your problems/troubles -- this can be dangerous; intuition unclear; may need to take actions; unable to resolve conflict; conflict on multiple levels; unsure what to do; indecision; need new approach; emotions involved and make it difficult to decide.
unaware of problems/troubles and don't want to face them; not as hopeless as it appears; not using intuition or trusting "gut"; focus is on physical not mental -- afraid of new information/knowledge; hidden enemies at work; can make decisions, but use care; things moving quickly; give self time to think before committing; don't talk until you're sure you're dealing with the right person; be sure before you decide.
|Dragon Tarot Deck created and illustrated by Peter Pracownik|
Published by US Games, Inc
|The Lovers Tarot Deck Designed by Jane Lyle|
Published by Thomas Dunne Books
|Steampunk Tarot Deck Designed by Barbara Moore,|
Illustrated by Aly Fell, Published by Llewellyn Worldwide 2012
If the Two of Swords appears in your reading...
Beware if you get the two of swords in a reading. Take a close look at the situation or the question you're asking about, you could be intentionally ignoring what's right in front of you. This card may be telling you to pay attention, quit waiting and take the action necessary.
Three twos mean you need to organize or get organized
Four twos mean this is a traumatic period in your life
Here's the disclaimer: I have to stress, I am not an expert in the Tarot and I use them for myself and friends (and my characters) to help answer questions about situations and the future.
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