Seven of Swords and The Moon combo interpretation

Seven of swords and The Moon combination is an omen that two tarot influences: 1) Deception and 2) Confusion are influencing you at the moment. What’s the advice of this pair? You may be under attack or feel as if someone is trying to deceive you, but it seems like no one will tell you the truth. This card indicates that there is something in your life that needs to be brought into full alignment with your true self. Someone may have been pulling the wool over your eyes, so listen carefully for any clues about who might be doing this to you. If they aren’t being completely honest with you, then perhaps they don’t want things to align properly because it could cause problems for them. Be careful not to take advantage of a situation where people are manipulating you.

What’s the meaning of this combo for love and relationships?

When it comes to love and relationships, the Seven of Swords and The Moon combination is a warning sign. These two tarot influences indicate deception and confusion, which means that someone may be trying to manipulate you or keep information from you. It’s important to listen carefully for any clues about who might be doing this to you.

The Seven of Swords specifically represents deceit and greed, scoring very poorly in matters of love with a -5 rating. This card suggests that someone may have left but still wants to keep one foot in the door, potentially using manipulation tactics to do so.

Meanwhile, The Moon scores slightly better with a -1 rating. However, it suggests that there will be trials ahead before finding the right person. Encounters may not be what they seem at first glance, requiring important lessons along the way.

Overall, this combination does not bode well for love and relationships. It’s essential to stay vigilant against potential manipulators while also recognizing that true connections may take time and involve some challenges along the way.

Seven of Swords and The Moon combo follow-up

Seven of swords combos, The Moon combos

In a daily tarot reading people usually pull 3 or 5 cards from the deck. Most often they check out each of the combos one after another.

Here you can find the full lists of Seven of swords or The Moon combinations, that go before and after your current combo.

Three combos per day keep trouble away.

Choose to make the rest of your life the best of your life.

An honest follow-up combo

If you don’t have a real deck of tarot cards close by, you can shuffle your cards here online.

First – shuffle the deck.

Second – open a card combo.

It’s more or less the same as if you were pulling two cards from a well-shuffled tarot deck. The deck is not stacked either in favor or against you. In other words – it is just an honest tarot card pull. Good luck!


A ridiculously unfair follow-up combo

This tarot deck is absolutely rigged against you! It is so unfair!!!

It includes all the unfavorable, bad, awful and terrible combos and just a few of the good ones.

Surprisingly, many tarot lovers like this deck. Why? They keep shuffling the deck until they find a good combo. Sometimes it takes 10 shuffles to get something decent. Sometimes it takes 50. But, in the end, once you find it, it feels like a true sign for the day. After all, it is a combo that withstood the test of iron and fire. It is finally a good sign that had been given to you by the destiny.


Alice in Wonderland choice
alice choosing a combo

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there“, said Alice in Wonderland.

There are three random combos below – three different roads to travel.

Which one would you take?

Find another combo

Instead of navigating the menus, many people find it easier to search for a particular combo.

(There is a hell of a lot of possible tarot combos – 6006 of them! No matter how you organize them, people still have to click through three or four menus until they get the combo they like).

Just make sure you type the combo name correctly! This search engine auto-suggests combos in order to make the search quicker, but it does not like spelling mistakes.

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