How to Interpret the Page of Swords
As with all of the court cards in the tarot deck, the Page of Swords may represent an actual person.
The Page of Swords is characterized by endearing enthusiasm and enduring energy.
The Page of Swords is characterized by endearing enthusiasm and enduring energy. He's always rearing to go with new plans and projects. His energy can be infectious, and his ability to jump from one project to another is remarkable.
When the Page of Swords isn't referencing a specific person, the card represents similar ideals to the Page himself: Energy, enthusiasm and a boundless passion for new things.
The Suit of Swords is associated with the mind and cognitive ability, so new ideas represented by the Page are often interesting and appeal to the intellect.
If the Page of Swords appears in a reading it's a positive sign for new projects, new relationships and new channels of communication. New strategies and new opportunities may also be referenced here.
Keep in mind however, that the Page might be looking over his shoulder too much and not concentrating as much as he should on the projects before him. All that enthusiasm can sometimes mean a lack of consistency.
Generally speaking, the Page of Swords is a very positive card. It also carries overtones of travel, clear communication, honesty, outdoor activities and creative ability.
The Page of Swords Inverted
The reversed Page of Swords, like the upright position, may represent a real person in your readings. And like the upright position, the reversed Page of Swords also references someone with talent and enthusiasm — unfortunately that enthusiasm ends up unfocused and scattered.
We've all known people like the reversed Page of Swords represents: They're incapable of making decisions. They're constantly changing their minds, and they swith back and forth between options in an endless cycle of indecision.