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Fortune Telling Tarot Cards

Seven of Books

Book of Trades Tarot (Jost Amman 1588): Seven of Books

For the purposes of this divination, the suit of Books corresponds to the suit of Swords, or the playing card suit of Spades. This suit represents the element Air, and the social classes of Nobility and Military. Books are considered a Masculine suit. Books typically represent intellect, reason, mental clarity, and the sciences. They may also represent conflicts surrounding the questioner.

The Sevens typically concern commitment, dreams, striving, courage, will, intelligence, perseverance, strength, long-term success, coping, resistance, and transcendence. Sevens may also represent self-delusion, temptation, and wishful thinking.

Betrayal. Deception. Getting away with something. Stealth.

The Seven of Books means to use your wits for diplomacy and not to use aggression. It can be viewed as secret planning or hidden dishonour. The questioner's acts may be legitimate, however, they may prefer to use their mind and intellect rather than use force. It may also indicate a betrayal by a companion.

Reversed Meaning: Mental challenges. Breaking free.

This card can mean excess use of intellect with little success on an outcome. It may also mean that the questioner has broken free from an intellectual trap or a problem that mentally constrained them.