Well. Looks like what goes around comes around! Let’s go through this one with the meanings of the cards and what I think it’s all about when put together.
The top row, we have the Four of Swords, which means taking a break, resting, contemplating, or can be someone recovering from an illness. Strength is pretty self-explanatory, and the Five of Cups is disappointment, regret or loss.
The middle row is the Seven of Swords, sneakiness, dishonesty, right beside Judgement, and at the bottom we have the Seven of Wands which is about self-defense.
So, here it is… Whoever you are, you’d better take some time, to steel yourself for a loss because past actions of dishonesty are going to catch up with you! Be prepared to defend yourself if you can!