Sidekicks, superheroes, skyscapes, Shakespeare, sports, and soldiers. If I were a historical figure, I'd most likely be Percy Shelley, in that allowing me to do things and interact with people was probably a bad idea.
Potential followers should be aware: I once rewrote Hamlet with strippers. You have been warned.
Call me Cat.
cam, this is your third card, the seven of swords. it represents other influences on your situation. the picture shows a lady in goggles, a clockwork belt, pinstriped tights, and a bitching ruff walking away from a door with a mysterious symbol over it, clutching a bunch of swords to her chest.
the seven of swords is a thief. it can represent you stealing something, or someone stealing something from you. one of the minor arcana, the seven of swords is not as huge an influence as the justice card; therefore, the seven of swords is only a minor influence.
given your question, i might say that the turmoil of your life has a bearing on the turmoil of your identity. the lack of stability and positive movement in your life makes you feel as if someone has stolen your bearings.