Articles tagged with wands:

  • Two of Wands

    Two of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Tarot

    by S. L. MacGregor Mathers, originally published 1888.

    Meanings

    Riches, Fortune, Opulence, Magnificence, Grandeur.

    Reversed

    Surprise, Astonishment, Event, Extraordinary Occurrence.


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published 1910.

    Description

    A tall man looks from a battlemented roof over sea and shore; he holds …


  • Six of Wands

    Six of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Tarot

    by S. L. MacGregor Mathers, originally published 1888.

    Meanings

    Attempt, Hope, Desire, Wish, Expectation.

    Reversed

    Infidelity, Treachery, Disloyalty, Perfidy.


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published 1910.

    Description

    A laurelled horseman bears one staff adorned with a laurel crown; footmen with staves are …


  • Queen of Wands

    Queen of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Tarot

    by S. L. MacGregor Mathers, originally published 1888.

    Meanings

    Woman living in the country, Lady of the Manor, Love of Money, Avarice, Usury.

    Reversed

    A good a virtuous Woman, but strict and economical, Obstacles, Resistance, Opposition.


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published …


  • Nine of Wands

    Nine of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published 1910.

    Description

    The figure leans upon his staff and has an expectant look, as if awaiting an enemy. Behind are eight other staves—erect, in orderly disposition, like a palisade.

    Meanings

    The card signifies strength in opposition. If …


  • King of Wands

    King of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published 1910.

    Description

    The physical and emotional nature to which this card is attributed is dark, ardent, lithe, animated, impassioned, noble. The King uplifts a flowering wand, and wears, like his three correspondences in the remaining suits, what is …


  • Seven of Wands

    Seven of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck


    The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

    by Arthur Edward Waite, originally published 1910.

    Description

    A young man on a craggy eminence brandishing a staff; six other staves are raised towards him from below.

    Meanings

    It is a card of valour, for, on the surface, six are attacking one, who has …


  • Five of Wands

    Five of Wands from the public domain Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck

    A posse of youths, who are brandishing staves, as if in sport or strife. It is mimic warfare, and hereto correspond the Divinatory Meanings.

    Divinatory Meanings / Magical Uses

    • Imitation, as for example, sham fight, but also the strenuous competition and struggle of the search after riches and fortune. In this …

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