The Suit of Wands is all about global plans and Interconnections.
The suit of wands is all about focusing your will to make an impact on the world. It can be about commerce and conflict or just getting what one wants.
It represents the fire signs of Leo, Aries, and Sagittarius, the signs of ego and self-promotion, and those who shine in a crowd.
Its element is Fire which makes it expansive and powerful and sometimes hard to control.
Wands is the suit of intuition, creativity, and the energetic pursuit of a vision. It definitely speaks to commerce and business careers and opportunities.
Sports figures and politicians and self-made men who can carve out their own unique destiny through negotiation and perseverance are indicated by wands.
Wands speak of power and sexuality and attraction. Which often happens as communication increases.
A wand can be a great sign in a love reading, an upright wand definitely means he is attracted!
All the pitfalls of Capitalism, unbound. Greedy, selfish, manipulative. A brash, impetuous risk-taker, without considering the consequences.
A business person willing to win at all costs.
It can also mean being so convinced of your own ideas you don’t listen to the wisdom around you or the signs that the universe is not supporting your project.
Suit of Wands Timing
All of the Art of the suit of wands in the Rider Waite deck uses a lot of yellows and reds and the scenery in them really reminds me of summer.
The fire signs of the zodiac are associated with wands usually you will find images that relate to Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.
They are also related to the Emperor, Strength, and Temperance cards, which usually have strong summery themes in the Background.
Many of the Wand cards indicate a YES answer to any Yes/No answers you may ask of them and that is because summer is such an exuberant positive time. The days are long and life seems easy. Why not say yes to a new adventure?
Learn more about specific tarot cards in the Suit of Wands below…
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