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If we look at the Babylonian aspects of the cards, the King of Swords (aka Arrows) is Ellil, sort of like the 'Zeus' of the Babylonian pantheon. He is the creator of the earth, and can have a volatile sense of justice (not unlike the Hebrew god Yahweh). There are storm clouds around him, but I think he looks pretty static and in control if you ask me. He must not be too quick to sling that arrow, if he keeps it facing the wrong way. It's like having the safety on.
In the 5 of Disks card, we see Gilgamesh ripping apart the Bull of Heaven. (Ishtar sends it to take revenge when Gilgamesh spurns her advances. He rips it apart and throws the pieces at her). Perhaps there is a further message here not to dismiss out of hand any offers that come to me tomorrow. After Gilgamesh throws the bull carcass at Ishtar, there follows wrath from the gods that results in the death of Gilgamesh's best friend, Enkidu. So it might be wise not to be as impetuous as he was. Better think things over.
Okay, I can live with this advice. Should I draw an outcome card? Do I dare? Oh, go on then.