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    Tarot: How would you interpret Three of Swords + The Lovers as what someone

    wants from a relationship? I drew a card to see what kind of relationship X wants from Y (they used to be in a romantic relationship, broke up and are still in communication). I got Three of Swords and clarified it with the Lovers. What could this possibly mean for what someone wants from a relationship? I find the two cards to be quite strong cards but don't see how they could apply here, especially the Three of Swords.

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    If you think the bible is enough of God's word, you're right;
    it's enough to send you to hell.

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    The 3 of Swords is a broken heart, and the Lovers being a choice, well, I assume the person either wants to choose to be in a relationship where they are not all that emotionally involved (hence avoiding the 3S) or they want to be the one to make the choice to break the other person's heart for a change. Perhaps one person felt that the other never gave them a choice, and they wish they had been the one to say goodbye first. And if they got back together it would be short-term and just for the revenge of turning the tables.


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