Three of Swords Art and Meaning Grand Etteilla Cartomancy Tarot Deck Deck
About the Deck
Created by the famous seer Etteilla, this deck features the tarot card meanings right on the card, which was a new innovation at the time.
Jean Baptiste Alliette. France, 1788.
Meaning of Three of Swords from the Grand Etteilla Cartomancy Tarot Deck
According to Many Schools of Thought
For a woman, the flight of her lover.
A meeting with one whom the Querent has compromised; also a nun.
A Nun, Separation, Removal, Rupture, Quarrel
Error, Confusion, Misrule, Disorder.
victory over an adversary; you will take a sea voyage, and on ship-board become acquainted with some one who will have great influence upon your happiness; when you reveal your secret to a certain person, the wish will be obtained which you cherish in the most secret corner of your heart.