Second Decan Aquarius, Tarot Six of Air, Swords

Second Decan Aquarius, Tarot Six Air, Six Swords, Earned Success

Second decan of Aquarius, Tarot Six Air, Six of Swords, Tarot of the Morning Star. A study of the cards symbolism and interpretation

Tarot Six of Air, Six of Swords, is allocated to the second decan of Aquarius.

Each of the Minor Arcana cards numbered six express attributes of Tiphareth the sixth sphere on the QBL Tree of Life whose title is Beauty corresponding with the Sun.

Second Decan Aquarius Sephirothic Planetary Correspondence

Sephirothic Planetary Correspondence assigns the Sun to Tiphareth, and each of the minor arcana cards numberedSix expresses this astrological body‘s qualities colored by their elemental suit: fire, water, air, and earth. These four suits correspond to the four worlds of the QBL. Fire Atziluth, Water Briah, Air Yetzirah, and Earth Assiah.

Astrological Decan Allocation

Astrological Decan Allocation assigns Tarot Six Air, traditionally known as the Six of Swords, to the second decan of Aquarius, whose planetary ruler is Mercury.

The combination of Six, Sun, and the decan planetary attribute of Mercury is summed up by the card‘s title ofEarned Success.” This success is attributed to mental problem-solving through adroit thinking. Be aware, the degree of this success is indicated by adjacent or following cards.

A SunMercury combination in Aquarius signals success and growth achieved through mental capacity. Previous mentally stressful situations have been overcome to achieve wellearned favorable outcomes.


This card points to a previous state of mental conflict which has been alleviated through the mental efforts of the individual involved. Additionally, emotional exhaustion can accompany such efforts and points out the need to use emotional resources judiciously. 

Further, there is a need to be mindful of one‘s emotional state when dealing with mental tasks, as emotional exhaustion can lead to analytical errors or misjudgments.

In brief; overall the Six of Swords is a card that speaks ofsuccessful resolution to mental struggle through creative problemsolving and the ability to rise above difficulty.

For more assistance resolving issues consult tarot major arcana card Magus that corresponds to astrological Mercury.

Tarot Six Air Personality Type 

Prince of Air, Air of Air, displays the most pertinent character qualities for receiving and translating the ancestral voice of this decan.

Here we encounter a master of communication and intellectual pursuits. However, they should be mindful of the consequences of their words and actions by listening to those around them. They can seek out opportunities and apply them efficiently to their advantage through insightful and intelligent dialogue.

Tarot Six Air Decan Signature

In our attempt to understand what the minor arcana cards are telling us, we should take into account the specific inner voice of the decan. In this case, the conjunction of major arcana cards Star and Magus is the signature of this decan. Any communications will be transmitted through the personality type represented by this Prince.

Let me reiterate; the Court Cards Knight, Queen, Prince, and Princess, are not necessarily genderspecific. For example, the Prince of Air is not necessarily a man and should be judged by elemental attribution. This personality type with air of air qualities that can be either male or female. This is true for all Court Cards. The reader must call upon their intuitive abilities to determine the specific gender from the surrounding cards.

In conclusion, the Tarot Six of Air suggests a successful resolution to mental struggle through creative problemsolving. It indicates a capacity to rise above difficulty while being mindful of one‘s emotional state. The personality type associated with this card encourages communication and intellectual pursuits to seek out opportunities and apply them efficiently.

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Tarot Star


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Tarot Magus