Arcane Glyphs Tarot
The Seven of Air (Swords) is a part of the Queen of Air (Swords) so the Queen’s qualities can be added to the interpretation.
The Seven of Air (Swords) is very curious, he can be interested in many different subjects at the same time.
One can identify a person whose center of gravity is the Seven of Air (Swords), by bookshelves filled with many books in his home. But one must remember that only a few books were read in full because the Seven of Air (Swords) can lose interest in a book halfway through it or even before.
He is always thirsty and attracted to knowledge.
Even when his hands are full of knowledge, he is always squandered in the search for more knowledge.
One of the greatest stimuli of the Seven of Air (Swords) is books, so the Seven of Air (Swords) is especially excited in bookstores or libraries. He could get excited by one book or another and buy it right away. But then, at home, the interest in the new book is lost.
The book can find itself on the library shelf for a long time without being read. Even if the Seven of Air (Swords) is still enthusiastic about the book, but concludes that the reading is not very simple and requires efforts to understand and continue to read it, he immediately loses interest.
Most of the learning on subjects that are intriguing and interesting to us is done by the Seven of Air (Swords) or at least the beginning of learning. Other subjects, which are not interesting and need to be studied without curiosity, are taught by the Nine and Ten of Swords.