Posts Tagged ‘three of swords’

three of sowrds

Three of Swords: Things are not as they seem.  What killed the bird?  Is that demure-faced woman not so innocent? Lies.  Self-deception.  Emotional manipulation.  Slyness.

from the Bohemian Gothic Tarot: “Hurt and grief, usually over a relationship. Betrayal.  Sorrow and loss.  A desire for revenge after a relationship ends.”

three of cups

Three of Cups: Gatherings. Friendship.  Working harmoniously together.  Group effort. Celebrations.  Peer pressure.  Negative collaborations.

from the Bohemian Gothic Tarot: “Harmony and collaboration.  Rejoicing.  Friendship .  Teamwork.  Group dynamics that go wrong.  Falling into bad company.  Being pressured by friends to join in doing things that you feel are wrong.”


Three of Wands: Dreams.  Ambitions.  Looking forward.  Planning.  Imaging better days and hopeful futures.  Things emerging.  Things just out of grasp.  Yearnings.

from the Bohemian Gothic Tarot: ” Letting your ambitions and imagination take flight.  Daydreaming about the future and knowing you can make it a reality.  Ability to rise above the gloom and doom.  Forgetting the nightmares and dreaming of good things instead.”

three of pentacles

Three of Pentacles: Adroit.   Deft with one’s hands.  Working with material objects.  Cleverness.  Creativity.   Great achievements.

from the Bohemian Gothic Tarot: “A master craftsperson.  Being recognized for your achievements.  Attaining a high level of skill . Creating a maserpiece.  Putting your own needs to achieve above all other considerations. A lack of ethics in your work.”

The number three as described from Richard Cavendish’s The Black Arts: “Threes sparkle and glitter.  Witty, lively,charming, they are likely to be extremely successful in life.  They are often highly talented, especially in the arts. Proud and independent-minded people, they are ambitious, commanding, sometimes dictatorial.