The Page of Swords has messages for you today!
Depicted as a young person, this card is always associated with news, information, and messages.
In the tarot, this card represents curiosity, knowledge, and communication.
If you have an idea (or several) you’ve been waiting to act upon until the “right time”, this card is depicting that now is the time to start putting your idea into the world.
It’s time to explore what it might take to get this new technique, invention, innovation, or thought into the world. Start by sharing with other like-minded people.
You may be drawn to public speaking, writing a book or a blog, starting a podcast, or being more vocal on social media.
You are a natural communicator and ready to take the next step to share your message with the world.
Again, this is the exploratory phase, so be open to new ways of expressing yourself and unveiling where your inner talents lie.
This card shows up in readings when I’m with someone who’s inner wheels are turning, and their mind is constantly busy. Is that you?
The Page of Swords indicates it is a significant time to communicate and share ideas.
And your passion will be contagious and help guide you toward the people or places you need to fulfill your dream.
If you are feeling curious about a subject in relation to your idea, now is the time to pursue education and a deeper understanding of it.
Your mind is active and your mind is sharp!
Facts About the Number 54
In numerology, 5+4 = 9, and nine can indicate the completion of a cycle. In 1954, John W. Backus created the FORTRAN computer language.
A score of 54 in golf is colloquially referred to as a perfect round. This score has never been achieved in competition.
Politics: Brown v. Board of Education legally ended "separate but equal" school segregation in the US in 1954.
The Piña Colada was invented in Puerto Rico in 1954 at the Caribe Hilton. Roger Bannister became the first man to break the four-minute mile, at 3 minutes 59.4 seconds in 1954.
American surgeon Joseph Murray completed the first successful organ transplant in 1954 when he moved a living kidney from one identical twin to the other. The operation took about 4 hours.
Having been the subject in media and society, Studio 54 was a famous New York discotheque and movie. And “Car 54, Where Are You?” was also a movie.
“My thoughts and ideas have power. I am open to the divine guidance available to me as I know my ideas come from the highest source. I am bringing in the right people at the right time to support me. I use my energy to create.“