Five Of Swords UPRIGHT: Conflict, disagreements, competition, defeat, winning at all costs

REVERSED: Reconciliation, making amends, past resentment

Five Of Swords Description: In the Five of Swords, a sly-looking man picks up three swords from the ground. He glances over his shoulder at two men who are walking away with their shoulders slouched, conveying a sense of sadness and loss. Two more swords are strewn across the grass, suggesting a battle has been fought and lost. The sky is cloudy and tumultuous, a sign that not all is well even though the fighting has stopped.

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