Six of Swords
The card is sometimes seen as depicting the Slough of Despond from The Pilgrim's Progress. Upright it can mean: gradual change, movement, or travel away from difficulty or imminent danger; the solution of current problems; long journeys and passage from pain; or obstacles which are overcome. It may also be a suggestion of interpenetrating worlds, and changing channels from one set of perceptions to another.
- Dummett, Michael (1980). The Game of Tarot. Gerald Duckworth and Company Ltd. ISBN 0-7156-1014-7.
- Huson, Paul, (2004) Mystical Origins of the Tarot: From Ancient Roots to Modern Usage, Vermont: Destiny Books, ISBN 0-89281-190-0 Mystical Origins of the Tarot Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
- Eric Ganther and Stevee Postman, (1998) The Cosmic Tribe Tarot, Vermont: Destiny Books, ISBN 0-89281-700-3, pp.78-79
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