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targarrus · 8 days ago
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7 of wands
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codesstarot · 2 months ago
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7 of Wands
The Seven of Wands depicts a man on top of a hill, armed with a wand in each hand and fighting off six more wands drawing up from below. He seems to be defending his territory and attacking in retaliation. Interestingly, the man is wearing two different shoes, suggesting that he may have been caught unaware or unprepared for battle, or he may be unclear of his own stance and opinion.
Others see your success and will either challenge your point of view or want to take you down; in Australia, we call it the ‘tall poppy syndrome’. When the Seven of Wands appears in a Tarot reading, expect to see an increase in ‘haters’, trolls and people who disagree with you. You will need to hold your ground and fight for what you stand for, no matter what is challenging your position. You will need to defend this position and take a stand against those who are aiming to take your spot. There are setbacks during this time, but you need to keep fighting for your beliefs and confront those that may threaten or oppose you and your beliefs.
The Seven of Wands reversal meaning is that you could be feeling overwhelmed by all the responsibilities and challenges that you are facing. This can make it difficult to see the whole picture. You can also feel that you have to compete and compare yourself to other people, which leaves you feeling vulnerable and inadequate.
The Seven of Wands reversal meaning can also reflect your feelings of being criticized and judged constantly by others. Your friends and family could be questioning you about your decisions and choices, and you feel overwhelmed by their judgement. 
Avoiding conflict and backing down is common with the reversed Seven of Wands. This can lead to unhappiness because you run away from activities and relinquish your goals, when you are challenged by anyone. Remember all that you fought for to be here, and think carefully on whether you truly believe that is worth giving up now. Another reading of the Seven of Wands reversed can also be that you are being too aggressive when you are protecting yourself and damaging your relationships by doing so.
[they say yes but I feel no]
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nn-ee-zz · 2 months ago
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10 of them
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hajandradeye · 3 months ago
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therhetoricofmagic · 4 months ago
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King of Wands | Tarot Card Meaning & Interpretation
King of Wands | Tarot Card Meaning & Interpretation
In the image on the card, we see the King of Wands seated at his throne amidst the dry desert landscape he reigns.  This throne is decorated with images of lions and salamanders, symbols related to the element of Fire which the suit of Wands represents.  The lions refer to the…
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hiddennumerology · 5 months ago
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– The Suit of Wands –
What Does the Suit of Wands Mean?
What Does it Mean When it Appears in a Reading?
Strengths & Positive Aspects
Weaknesses & Negative Aspects
Ace of Wands
Two of Wands
Three of Wands
Four of Wands
Five of Wands
Six of Wands
Seven of Wands
Eight of Wands
Nine of Wands
Ten of Wands
Page of Wands
Knight of Wands
Queen of Wands
King of Wands
The Tarot Card Suit of Wands is one of the four suits of the Minor Arcana The Minor Arcana are believed by some to be of even more ancient origin than the Major Arcana of Tarot Cards. Psychic Reading reviews
The four suits of the Minor Arcana: Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles—also correspond with IHVH and the four elements, being: The Suit of Wands is connected to Fire The Suit of Cups is connected to Water The Suit of Swords is connected to Air The Suit of Pentacles is connected to Earth
Each suit is made up of cards numbered from ace to ten, and the four Court cards: King, Queen, Knight, and Page.
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rhianna · 6 months ago
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Knight of Wands
Knight of Batons
Censurez le censeur en faisant ce qu'il interdit.
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asexual-insomniac · 10 months ago
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Inktober day 2: Suit
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mimondee · 10 months ago
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Tarot and the 4 elements - Fire
Fire is energy and action, it’s passion, drive, and ambition. An active element, it can cause permanent change; is expansive; can be aggressive; is pro-active and undeterred.
Potential - fire is the primal, creative force that lives in the core, unexpressed potential of a seed building with life - new life, new beginnings
Corespondent → WANDS(Aries, Leo, Sagittarius)
Qualities
energy, impulse
enthusiasm
initiative
power, action
directness
inspiration
spontaneity
dynamism
expansion
adventure, exploration
freedom
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dirtgemini · 10 months ago
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❤️ ace of wands ❤️
ft.
garnet, sunstone, ruby, citrine, carnelian, fire agate
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sunflowers, cacti, succulents, black sage, white sage, paintbrush, bluebonnet, passionflower
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targarrus · a month ago
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10 of wands
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codesstarot · 2 months ago
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10 of Wands : burden
A man is shown carrying a heavy burden of wood, in the form of ten bundled wands, approaching a town which is not too far. This image on the ten of wands indicates a person who has already struggled in life and has succeeded, and he is now carrying the harvests to his final destination. Although he is not near the destination, it shows that he has finished the hardest part of life struggle and he just needs a place to relax and revel in his success. 
This card shows that you have already completed the circle of struggle. After spending too many resources and lots of energy looking for success, you have finally overcome the obstacles. The sweat off your brow was worth it - your efforts have finally been rewarded. Although it sounds marvelous and satisfying, the card depicts a lot of responsibilities on your side.
When the Ten of Wands card is reversed, it indicates that you are truly burdened by circumstances which are not necessary in your life. Look around and see what is bothering you that will not positively impact yourself even if you rectify it. Drop them all and be a free being that can think soberly and do things accurately. Anything that does not add value in your life is not worth your time, so let it go.
The Ten of Wands notes that you are taking on an extra burden, a heavier workload, or greater responsibility. Even though it is weighing you down and making things tougher for you, you understand it is only temporary, so you are willing to put in the hard work now to accomplish your goal and reap the rewards later. For example, you may work extra hours to save up for a family holiday. Or you may help out a friend with moving house, knowing they will return the favour when you move later in the year. Or you may care for a sick family member, adding to your responsibilities at home but knowing your loved one deeply appreciates it.
Sometimes, the Ten of Wands appears when you are unconsciously taking on extra responsibility and finding yourself feeling weighed down, exhausted and burnt out. You may try to do everything at once, even though you know it is adding extra pressure to your daily life. The Ten of Wands asks you to stop and examine your current lifestyle or work. Assess which activities or tasks are urgent or important, particularly concerning your broader goals. You may need to use various time management or prioritisation methods to determine where best to spend your time and which tasks you can drop. Your goal needs to be higher efficiency while also freeing yourself up for rest and relaxation when you need it.
The good news is that the Tens in Tarot represent the completion of a cycle, and with the Ten of Wands, the end is in sight! You have been pushing yourself to your limits and working very hard towards your goal. Now, you are taking those final steps on the path to realising your dreams. Sure, you might collapse in a heap of exhaustion when you get there, but you know it will be all worth it and well earned!
[doing it all, carrying the burden ,responsibilities]
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caemidraws · a year ago
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Ace of Wands
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therhetoricofmagic · 4 months ago
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Queen of Wands | Tarot Card Meaning & Interpretation
Queen of Wands | Tarot Card Meaning & Interpretation In the image on this card, we see the Queen of Wands seated on her throne. It is the brightest of summer days out in the desert where she reigns.  Her throne is decorated with sunflowers and lions, emblems of the fiery energy of the Sun, the element of Fire and the suit of…
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rhianna · a year ago
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Ace of Staves 
“Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards” (1455) 
Status:     Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free stock image for all purposes usage credit requested 
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The Visconti-forza tarot cards predate the invention of “regular” playing cards with their hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades. They appear originally have been for a game a little like whist, in which you must follow suit or play a trump, and in which you work with a partner to take tricks.
The pack shown here dates from the 1450s.
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bluekat12345 · a year ago
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Suit of Wands Crystals
Ace of Wands: Fire Opal
2 of Wands: Selenite
3 of Wands: Tiger Iron
4 of Wands: Chrysoprase
5 of Wands: Kunzite
6 of Wands: Green Tourmaline
7 of Wands: Zoisite
8 of Wands: Pyrite
9 of Wands: Black Tourmaline
10 of Wands: Rubellite
Page of Wands: Jade
Knight of Wands: Iron
Queen of Wands: Topaz
King of Wands: Hematite
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wonkvampyr · a year ago
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Working on a Magnus archives inspired tarot deck to go with an rpg in designing for fun. Just finished all 15 of the entities as part of the minor arcana.
The wands entities: The End, The Desolation, The Slaughter, The Corruption, The Extinction
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