The Page of Swords tarot is the card that represents being energetic, curious, and talkative. This card is about flow and clarity. It’s about genius and insight, about discernment and growth.
The Page of Swords tarot is depicted as a young man standing on rocky terrain while clutching a bunch of swords in his hands.
The sky is filled with thick clouds. The waters in the distance are raging and violent. Strong winds blow through the trees and through the young man’s long hair.
The Page of Swords tarot card indicates an overall feeling of turbulent energy.
This card signifies that there’s plenty of passion, enthusiasm, and energy going around. You are brimming with new ideas.
You can’t wait to get started on your projects. You can’t wait to explore different faraway places.
You have so many plans and so many items on your to-do list. Your only problem right now is how you can find the energy to keep up!
The Page of Swords tarot is your cue to get started on your goals, just like what it signifies in Four of Cups. Do more of what makes you happy. Fill your life with flow activities that will fuel the passion inside you.
Surround yourself with people who will inspire you to achieve great things. People who will welcome your innovative ideas and bright vision.
The Page of Swords is very perceptive. He can get to the bottom of things simply by asking the right questions.
He may lack the maturity or the experience, but he possesses the excitement and the physical and mental dexterity to learn all the things he needs to learn.
The Page of Swords tarot also represents communication, like the Two of Cups. You love to share what you have learned and you’re always full of ideas.
You have a way with words and you can express yourself well. You’re just really passionate about what you do, and this is your biggest asset.
Page of Swords Tarot and Love
When it comes to love and relationships, the Page of Swords tarot simply denotes that you are on a journey to search for what is right.
The Page of Swords is not a bad omen. It’s not a good omen, either. It’s not a particularly romantic card because it has more to do with working with your judgment.
In relationships, the Page of Swords tarot can symbolize curiosity, or interrogation. That depends on the situation, of course.
When you’re in love and you want to take the relationship to the next level, you will try to get to know your partner on a deeper level. You will ask all the questions that you think are relevant.
Questions that will provide the answers you need to determine if you have a future together. Questions like, does he like kids? Is he close to his parents? How many girlfriends has he had?
Knowing the answers can help you deepen and strengthen the relationship.
Whereas when you’re in love and in a relationship and you ask your partner where he has been all day and why he never replied to any of your texts and why his car smells like women’s perfume — that’s interrogation.
Knowing the answers only confirms your suspicions. Knowing the answers can do even more harm than good. Watch out for arguments and disagreements coming up ahead.
When it comes to emotions, the Page of Swords indicates that the guy you’ve been crushing on is actually interested in you, too, as opposed to the Eight of Cups wherein you will just be disappointed.
But for now, you will have to be content with coffee dates, lunch dates, and dinner dates. Don’t expect anything serious. Casual dating will have to do. He has his hands full and he just has no time or energy left for a relationship.
If you’re patient enough and if you like him enough to support him in his pursuits while remaining friends who kiss and hook up, that’s your prerogative.
But the Page of Swords is a passionate and energetic guy. When he realizes that you can be one of his passions, too, he may never leave your side at all! You can be the next passionate project that he will be working on.
When the Page of Swords tarot is reversed, it signifies a blockage. You can be ignoring the red flags in your relationship. You can be disregarding the crucial questions, and trying to make sense of the answers that keep you up at night. This can lead to a relationship that has no future.
Page of Swords and Money
When it comes to money and finance, the Page of Swords tarot wants you to be careful. Don’t assume if you don’t know. Don’t pretend that you know if you don’t.
Seek the advice of the experts. Listen to what the rich and successful people have to say about money and success.
Page of Swords Tarot’s Meaning for the Future
The Page of Swords usually represents a person when it shows up in the future position. That can mean a pregnancy and a baby, or a new romantic partner who is younger.
It can also indicate you bearing good news to someone who is younger, or someone younger than you bringing you good news.
Is the Page of Swords a Sign of Good Luck?
The Page of Swords is also referred to as ‘The Initiator’ which does, at least, make it sound far more positive than perhaps the name itself would indicate.
However, it is also viewed as being a slightly childish or immature card, and it is certainly viewed in this way when you are dealing with the entire Swords family.
The card is linked to not only a person, but also a personality as well as a situation. This is typical of all of the different court cards.
However, in order to ascertain as to whether or not it is a good luck sign, we need to look at the basics of the card first.
The Page of Swords is often seen as being a sign that an individual has to cast their mind back into the past and at different points where need to think about what they were able to lean or understand when they were young and immature.
Also, it is about learning from the past in order to avoid making the same mistakes over and over again.
The Page of Swords is also, at times, viewed as being quite a strong and healthy card which could certainly be interpreted as being rather comfortable to some.
It represents a mind that is full of questions, as well as energy, and while this can result in you making some progress, there is little doubt that it can go wrong and lead you down the incorrect line.
The Page of Swords Reversed
Even though the front of the card is held in a positive light, the same cannot be said for the reverse. There, it can indicate that there is some gossip out there that you just need to ignore and to then focus on your own self.
Watch all communications that you have on a daily basis due to the high chance of something that you have communicated being out of debt.
Good or Bad Luck?
To answer the question that appears in the title, the Page of Swords is more about good rather than bad.
Yes, the reverse is never going to be a wonderful thing for you to uncover, but then it is how you are able to rectify whatever is wrong and to surpass expectations.
It is viewed in a positive light for the majority of situations unless it is drawn in either your work or education sector.
Here, it is viewed by many as being a bad card to draw as it represents the idea that you are trying too hard and potentially overbearing.
Overall, the Page of Swords does represent more positive signs in your life, but you need to be careful with what you say and to keep your emotions and opinions in check.
Stay away from the rumour mill, and certainly do not start it, as that alone is going to bring more negativity into your life, which is something that you really do not want.
However, you should not feel too disappointed if you do indeed pull out this particular card.
My Final Thoughts on Page of Swords Tarot
What the Page of Swords tarot wants to tell you is that you may be going too fast and trying too hard.
In your quest to accomplish all the things that you set out to do, you can be stepping on other people’s toes already.
Tune in to other people’s facial expressions and body language to know if you are pushing it too far.
Take criticism and use it to be better and to improve your craft.
Don’t waste your mental and physical energy and only do the things that you really, really love.
With the Page of Swords tarot, you can ask yourself these questions: Do you engage in flow activities? What are the things that you are most passionate about, and how often do you do them?