Power Tarot Card Interpretations – What Do Wands Mean?

Tarot card interpretations are inherent in the meanings of the cards in the Major and Minor Arcanas. In the four suits of the Tarots Minor Arcana, the ‘Wands’ enjoy pride of place as they are the first suit of this 56-card, deck. Due to its prominent position in the pack, Wands represent the birth of an idea or concept, as also intention and growth. In a Tarot reading, Wands indicate situations that are in very early stages of development, particularly those that are confined to the realm of thought and have not progressed beyond thought. Any experienced, psychic or fortune-teller easily does tarot cards interpretation.

You can gain a better understanding of Tarot card interpretations by learning the meanings revealed by each card. Here is a brief explanation on the meaning of each card in the ‘Wands’ suit.

Ace of Wands – This card represents early stages of development, such as thoughts, concepts and intentions, and is a symbol of potential. In Tarot cards interpretation, the Ace of Wands also symbolizes a new beginning, encourages you to try new ways of looking or doing things, such as trying something new. Two of Wands – This card indicates that a balance has been achieved in one’s life. The focus here is on social status, career and image. The advice is to give in to your instinct and act according to what it dictates. Three of Wands – In Tarot card interpretations, this card focuses on unexpected, gains and partnerships. It also reminds us that our dreams and ideas can always be realized.

Four of Wands – This card indicates a situation where one’s ideas have become solid and have reached fruition. It focuses on interpersonal relationships, indicates that marriage may follow a current romance, or may even predict an unexpected trip.

Five of Wands – This card reveals obstacles, both, current and future. It may also indicate the hint of an opportunity to improve one’s situation by welcoming a challenge. It also advises optimism without compromise.

Six of Wands – Tarot cards interpretation describes this card as the reaping of advancement and success through hard work. Also indicated, is the possibility of a victory, or some good news. Perseverance, despite sacrifice, is advised and inherent in the reading of this card.

Seven of Wands – The revelation of this card indicates a person who is standing his or her ground against adversity. The advice here is to make a stand and refuse to compromise on your principles.

Eight of Wands – Tarot card interpretations of this card indicate long distance communication, travel ideas to be acted on, or events that have been set in motion.

Nine of Wands – This card reveals self-discipline, stamina, faith, preparedness and courage. It suggests that you take action your own way with a strong sense of purpose.

Ten of Wands – This card may indicate that you are carrying a heavy emotional or physical load. The inherent message is that an objective you have set is within reach, and that you need not relent to achieve it. Page of Wands – Tarot cards interpretation of this card indicate that a new method to do things is approaching, a new perspective, or intellectual pursuit in business. The advice here is not to compromise your self-esteem and honor.

Knight of Wands – This card reveals change and motion, indicating that a long-standing, condition or situation is about to end; for example, a change of job or residence.  Queen of Wands – This card is focused on the home and family matters. It also describes a person as either being proud, loyal, impulsive, fun loving, honest or generous. King of wands – Tarot card interpretations of this card reveal leadership, ambition and self-assertion, as well as focusing on business and finance.

Tarot cards interpretation by a qualified psychic or fortune-teller can be an exciting and revealing experience. If you share the same level of faith and belief as your psychic, you may soon look at yourself in a completely new way.


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