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Six of Wands

We made it! After a lot of effort and hard work we have reached our goal. But it is important not to stop our efforts or else we will lose what we already achieved.

Six of WandsThe Six of Wands is a card of victory and success. We worked hard, put in the effort and therefore got everything we wished for.

However, the problem is that when we achieve our victory we tend to rest on our laurels. When we finally get what we want we stop being who we where while trying. And when this happens we might lose everything.

We did not achieve our victory by chance -we succeeded due to hard work and because we are good at what we do. However, if we do not continue walking our path and stop trying then we will surely fail.

Areas of particular relevance: Victories, sexuality, achieving a goal only for the experience of it.

Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships Falling in love, finding a partner, success and recognition, overcoming resistance and hardship Lack of persistence and no further investment after initial success, sexuality at an early stage can hurt the relationship
Career Success and reaching our goal due to hard work Once we succeed we tend to stop trying, squandering



Five of Wands

We feel invincible and think that everything will turn out exactly as planned, tending to underestimate the required effort. But, only if we work hard and ask for help will we succeed.

Five of WandsAlthough the Five of Wands indicates that we will achieve a victory, we have to understand that it will not be simple or easy. The problem lies in our belief that everything will happen swiftly enabling us to will reach our goal with minimal effort. But, things do not work out as expected and we find ourselves surprised by the amount of struggle required to get to our goal. It is important for us to be ready for this struggle while understanding it is an important phase in our personal development. We will succeed only if we are ready to fight.

The card indicates that we can, and need to, get help -help which is probably not conventional. And here we need to bear in mind that what is conventional for one person is not so for another. For example, for a religious person it is natural to turn to their spiritual leader while for a secular person it will be more natural to turn to a counselor. The point is that this help is coming from outside of our comfort zone and it, in turn, will bring success.

Areas of particular relevance: Struggles, arguments, hardship, love at first sight, foreboding, need to see a therapist, a woman falling for a man.

Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships We have great potential but need to undergo and complete a process before becoming successful Struggles and difficulties, conflicts, we tend to underestimate the situation
Career We are close to finding success but need to put all our efforts into it and fight hard in order to get it Resistance and hardship, conflict of interests, we tend to underestimate the required effort and think that succeed is guaranteed


Four of Wands

We are on the right track to success but we tend to move too fast, focusing solely on our goal and not experience our path to it. Enjoying the journey will ensure getting the results we seek.

Four of WandsIn Four of Wands we embark on a journey toward our long-term goal. We do so full of passion and with utter conviction, believing in our way and the success it will bring.

But results are not everything: we are so fired up and so excited about our goal that we miss the importance of experiencing the journey. Blind focus on an end such as a degree, a wedding or a business venture might cause us to miss the learning experience we gain on the way; the process of falling in love in a relationship, or the hands-on learning of opening our own business. These experiences are crucial for our personal development. The Four of Wands calls upon us to live every day to the fullest, while learning, enjoying and experiencing the journey.

Areas of particular relevance: Wedding, engagement, embarking on an adventure, making a sacrifice for a cause, sacrificing the present for the benefit of the future.

Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships Stability, finding the perfect partner, moving to the next stage Tendency to move too fast and not enjoy the process
Career Getting on the fast track to success, choosing roles and projects that will make us successful Tendency to move ahead ignoring the important details, working too hard without enjoying life



Three of Wands

We have completed our quest for learning and self-discovery. We learned new skills and had other people acknowledge our potentials. Now, all paths of life are ours to pursue.

Three of WandsThe Three of Wands represents the results of the Two of Wands, which had started the process of our self-discovery and personal fulfillment. In this joyous card we get approval for our talent and abilities. The people in our immediate surroundings –such as peers and colleagues – acknowledge our skills, accept us as part of their group and cooperate with us, thus helping us reach our goal.

We have completed our initial training and are now moving forward with renewed energy toward our goal. However, like other situations in which we complete a learning process and are certified (e.g. becoming an attorney or a physician) we are still at the beginning of the road and have much work ahead of us. Therefore, the success indicated by this card is only the first milestone in a long-term journey.

In a relationship this card is especially blessed since it indicates the understanding and acceptance of the other party as the “one” for us.

Areas of particular relevance: Certification, graduation, acceptance to a guild or a professional circle.

Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships Success, declaring the seriousness of our intentions toward the other person, advancing to the next stage Getting too excited
Career Competent choice of an employee or partner, successful conclusion of one stage and moving on to the next, mutually beneficial partnership Excess ego


Two of Wands

We need to embark on a personal quest for learning and self-discovery in which we will unlock our true potential and discover the tools for its fulfillment.

Two of WandsIn the card Two of Wands we have yet to learn and discover our true potential -therefore we cannot move forward. That being said, we wrongly assume that we are ready for our next move so might act prematurely and fail.

The card’s message is that we need to understand and unlock our potential via a quest of learning, personal growth and self-discovery. This is a very good time to start a new process of learning and education, either formal or informal.

Often the Two of Wands indicates that the topic at hand is in itself the lesson we need to learn -a lesson that is crucial for our personal development. To confront the topic in question we need to look at our past and learn from our previous mistakes -while making sure we do not avoid or skirt the subject. For example, if we would like to ask for a raise, possibly the issue we face is not asking for the raise but rather confronting our boss.

Areas of particular relevance: Education, travel, international commerce.

Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships readiness to persevere and work on our relationship, an honest attempt to understand the other person A tendency to run away from relationships, a lack of ability to handle problems and obstacles
Career Ability to handle challenges, inclination to learn and persist, willingness to start at an entry level job and make our way up We wrongly assume that we are ready and can successfully fulfill a particular position



Knight of Wands

The Indifferent

Knight of WandsWe are waiting for something to turn us on, to get excited about. We need a spark. But nothing will turn us on, the excitement will not come.

Correction: we need to mature and understand that life is not a collection of thrills. The satisfaction we are seeking will eventually come but it will materialize gradually and over time while we live our life to the fullest.

The Knight of Wands indicates that we are waiting for something or someone to come and excite us, fire up our imagination and spirit us away.

But…it will not happen! We need to stop looking for that special person who will swipe us off our feet, or for the perfect idea that will set us on fire. It will simply not happen within the scope of this card. Eventually, we might be turned on but this will not happen suddenly out of impulse and desire. Rather, it will come gradually while we advance slowly and persistently.

Therefore, it is our job to initiate and act. We have to make sure that we do not rule out opportunities that cross our path and give second chances. The excitement will build gradually and when we finally get excited the Knight will become an Ace (of wands).

Areas of particular relevance: Dangers, impulsiveness.

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships N/A We rule out things too quick, we do not persevere and do not get excited
Career N/A We tend to slack out, be superficial, we do not persist, we take unnecessary risks


Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer



Page of Wands

The Constant Student

Page of WandsWe are motivated by a never-ending quest for new challenges, excitements and experiences. We aspire to understand the world and expand our horizons without the binds of practical considerations .We need freedom and space.

Correction: we need to find excitement and freedom within the boundaries of everyday life.

The Page of Swords represents a state of mind in which we need freedom, open spaces, new experiences and constant learning. In the defined period we need to express that part of us which is looking for change, new experiences and the broadening of our horizons.

At the same time the card indicates that we need to be wary of our tendency to seek freedom and new experiences at any price. We are so afraid of becoming too attached that we might let go of a relationship, a job, or anything else that might tie us down to our life –as positive as it might be.

We need to be aware of this tendency and understand that it might get us stuck -stopping progress in many areas of our life. Therefore, it is better if we create that which is different and new within the existing boundaries of life, e.g. together with our spouse instead of trying to find a new one.

Areas of particular relevance: Higher education, freedom, traveling abroad, gambling, luck.

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships New relationships start easily, we like to try new things We consider a steady relationship an obstacle to our freedom and would not commit, we might come across as stacked-up
Career We are educated, have a solid academic background and can impress potential employers –but we usually do not want to! We are afraid to commit to our job as it might hinder our freedom, it is hard for us to move from theory to practice


Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer


Queen of Wands

The Leader

Queen of WandsWe are motivated by ego, self fulfillment and a strong urge to manage and improve our immediate surroundings -mainly family and friends. We want to be in the center of things, to be in control, and enjoy life together with our loved ones.

Correction: let go of our ego and think more of others.

The Queen of Wands represents a state of mind in which we want to take things into our own hands so we can diligently and actively improve all areas of our lives. If we indeed so act we will create change that will affect not only our own life but also the lives of those who surround us.

This is a card of management which calls upon us to bring to the fore the leader in us, to manage and change. At the same time it also calls upon us to lighten up and look for the enjoyment in life. The card suggests that we do not need to plan too far in advance, but rather flow with life’s events. We should definitely not be guided by our ego. The card warns us that if we do not oblige we might lose the calmness, generosity, and love which are inherent to us.

Areas of particular relevance: Management, appearance before an audience, off-springs, recreation, enjoyment of life

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships We are charismatic and know how to enjoy life, it is easy for others to fall for us We tend to have a strong ego and express too much of it, we are too focused on ourselves
Career We know how to manage, take initiative and act to change what needs fixing. We tend to get into ego-based power struggle and be self-centered

Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer


Ace of Wands

Suddenly, but as a result of an on-going process, we realize what we want, crave for it and draw it into our lives

Ace of WandsThe Ace of Wands indicates that suddenly -but usually following a personal process we have completed, we realize what we want in life and know how to achieve it. We then bring ourselves to the state of mind in which we are open to receive and enjoy the desired success.

The process that had started with the change in our will, continued with our openness to accept new beginnings, discoveries and successes, and culminated in the actual attraction of whatever we want into our lives. If by chance we did not attract the desired outcome it was probably because we created it ourselves. The card shows that we have the internal inspiration and general ability to create whatever we need in our lives.

The Ace of Wands confirms that we can fulfill our personal potential and achieve what we want without compromise. We are focused, powerful and can fully bring into fruition our desire. We do not need guidance or assistance but instead simply have to follow our intuition to be successful in our endeavors.

Areas of particular relevance: Creation and creativity, sexuality, anger, egocentric focus, birth, a one-time non-repeating event.

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships New beginnings, sexuality and sexual attraction, courtship and determination which will lead to success, renewal of past relationship
Career Winning entrepreneurship, successful recruitment, new business ventures, willingness to take calculated risks,  achievement of goals and milestones



King of Wands

The entrepreneur

King of WandsWe are motivated by a strong need to express ourselves. We are impulsive and do as we wish regardless of the impact on our immediate surroundings. We can become very excited by a new venture or a new beginning but tend to lose interest once things move into a steady-state mode.

Correction: We need to learn to think more about others.

The king of Wands represents a state of mind in which we want to create and innovate, engage in new ventures, and actively promote a particular area of our lives. In the defined period we are supposed to experience a surge of energy, vitality, and a strong will to succeed in our undertaking, while enthralling others – making them share and support our goals and enthusiasm.

But, at the same time we must also consider the possibility that this sudden surge of energy and enthusiasm might make us egocentric – so while focusing on our defined target we see little else. To counter this, we must plan ahead, be less impulsive and more considerate toward others.  In addition, we need to be aware of the fact that after the initial surge of enthusiasm we tend to lose interest, slow down, and lose track of our target.

If we manage to overcome these challenges we can achieve our goals while not alienating the special people in our lives.

Areas of particular relevance: Entrepreneurship, new beginnings, new ventures, sexuality.

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships Charismatic, enthralling Impulsive, not paying attention, quickly losing interest
Career Having high aspirations, strong wish to act and succeed Rush, not thinking thoroughly, taking unnecessary risks



Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer