Beginners' Guide to Tarot-The Meaning of the Wands

These meanings are only a guide. The meaning of each card varies by question, position, and circumstances.

The court cards may represent people of red or brown hair or the personality or circumstances represented by the specific card.

Ace of Wands= beginning of an enterprise or love affair

R-false starts, failed projects


Two Of Wands-a new partnership venture or project

R- decision to seek new adventures


Three of Wands-we reap what we sow, possibly a search for new challenges

R-hesitation to start new challenges or cooperation in business


Four of Wands-harmony, possibly marriage or something specific to celebrate

R-the meaning does not change


Five of Wands-competition, minor arguments,debates

R-backstabbing and unfair fighting


Six of Wands-victory leads to self confidence

R-doubts


Seven of Wands-courage against obstacles, a need to defend what one has gained

R-failed courage, overwhelmed


Eight of Wands-an attack has been launched, what was settled is now up in the air

R- disruption, suspension, delays


Nine of Wands- remain guarded

R-failed strength, try a gentler approach


Ten of Wands-the querent has taken on more than he/she can handle, possibly the removal of barriers with effort, burdens

R-attempt to be free of burdens


Page of Wands-enterprise, eagerness, love for life,standing on solid ground, possibly a child or young person of light to medium complexion

R- indecision and confusion


Knight of Wands- a quest for new territory, search for a mate, travel, or an adventurous, eager helpful young man

R-temporary setbacks, delays, loss of confidence


Queen of Wands- a domesticated woman who may need to show more compassion

R- a woman who will be confronted with adversity who may want to leave or give up


King of Wands-a strongwilled, mature man, a leader, or an older man of medium coloring

R-setbacks with possible character changes

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