Fool And Ace Of Swords Combination: Upright & Reversed

When it comes to tarot card meanings, there are many possible combinations to encounter. One of them is the combination of the Fool and the Ace of Swords tarot card. 

In this article we’ll cover the general meaning of this intriguing tarot card combination, as well as the reversed interpretation.

Without further ado, let’s start right away!

ace of swords and the fool meaning
Ace of Swords & The Fool card from the most widely used Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

Fool And Ace Of Swords Meaning

The Fool and Ace of Swords as a tarot card combination indicates a challenging new beginning is coming. You may at first find it difficult to adjust to the new situation, but will eventually see the benefits it has been able to bring you. Surrender yourself to your inner calling. 

Whereas the Fool is known to embody someone who takes on new challenges with a sense of spontaneity and carelessness, the Ace of Swords strongly indicates there needs to be given a bit more thought to a specific situation.

When this tarot card combination pops up during your tarot reading (in the upright position), it’s a clear sign that encourages you to take the time you need before making any impactful decisions. Instead of jumping straight into whatever is being offered or presented to you, check with yourself whether it aligns with your personal vision. 

In-Depth explanation of the Fool tarot card, video by Contemporary Tarot 

Fool And Ace Of Swords Reversed Meaning 

When pulled in reversed position, the Fool and Ace of Swords represent the unwillingness to let your intuition guide the way. It indicates you have the tendency to stick your head in the sand or run away when a situation becomes challenging. You are likely to feel blocked.

These two tarot cards together in reversed position indicate someone does not feel like they are mature or wise enough to mix themselves in a specific conversation. They find it difficult to speak up and let their opinion be known as well.  

This person feels as if they will not be taken seriously once they do decide to present their ideas and ideals to others. Someone who represents this reversed tarot card combination may experience a loss of joy as they are not able to fully express themselves, especially in the creatively sense. 

In-Depth explanation of the Ace of Swords tarot card, video by Contemporary Tarot

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