wands revelations


Ace Of Wands

[intepretation]
The fires of life are alight around the wand of inspiration. Here marks the birth of all creation.

[reversed]
The energy of life is blocked and the difficult to unleash

[symbols+images]
The Latin word Adflatus means to breath or inspiration. The scroll unleashes as the power of the stone embedded in the wand erupts – causing the energy around to illuminate. The wand represents the birth of raw energy and creation.

The scroll wraps itself around the reversed stone. The darker aspect of the side reflects upon the lack or blockage of energy with life.

Two Of Wands

[intepretation]
He channels the energy between the two wands to bring forth a creation based on synthesis

[reversed]
He blocks his own energy, holding back all potential, which he possesses

[symbols+images]
The wizard in the card conjures an ethereal dragon above him – the dragon symbolizing the embodiment of fire and wisdom. The glowing sphere above him is the focus of energy he generates to give birth to the dragon and much more.
The elements swirl around this sphere, illustrating his command over the elements. This dramatic display shows the control he has in the synthesis of the energies around to create.

The reversed magician is holds the wands down to block their energy from unleashing.
The ethereal dragon above him fades slowly as the elements around him disperse. The magician\’s energies are low or blocked, causing the slow dissipation of his creation.
His hair flows wildly to in the winds – indicating his loss of control he has over the elements.

Colour: glowing scarlet, reds – associated with Aries

Three Of Wands

[intepretation]
Effortlessly the energies flow out of their bodies and connect with the rest of the universe

[reversed]
He fails to grasp the opportunity and darkness and confusion finds company in his sorrow

[symbols+images]
The three sages have come together in a circle to from a vortex for creation. They channel their energies to the heavens to spread over the land. The image illustrates the level of ease of which the energy of creation flows through their bodies.

The reversed sage is in anguish over the loss of connection with the power within. He loses his grip over the wands for his is blinded by his own pity.
Behind him the elements are blowing apart his world, creation chaos and confusion.

Colour: glowing scarlet, reds – associated with Aries

Four Of Wands

[intepretation]
Stability through time

[reversed]
Instability through radical change as life breaks away from itself

[symbols+images]
The constant flow in all directions of the rectangular planes is a metaphoric representation of a routine and stability through repetitiveness.
The structured four wands create a band of energy between themselves -keeping them stable.

The reversed side shows of change of this flat plane through a disturbance. The layers begin to break away. Is a metaphoric representation of instability, which comes through change.

Colour: warm golden hues – associated with Leo


Five Of Wands

[intepretation]
The youths scuffle wands playfully, preparing themselves for future battles

[reversed]
Tension in the air causes arguments between the two, as they wave their fists at each other

[symbols+images]
The card acts as advice and warning:
The youths on the upside fight a mock battle to sharpen their skills and wit. They practice for the real battles of life. The advice here is to be prepared by means of practice and skilling up.

The reversed youths argue violently and vocally. Their energies run wild around them as their threats rise with their anger. The warning here is of arguments which can escalate to a disruptive nature.

Colour: warm golden hues – associated with Leo


Six Of Wands

[intepretation]
He rides into a crowd, which celebrates his victory

[reversed]
He moves cautiously through a crowd of enemies

[symbols+images]
A celebratory crowd greets the rider. Here lies his victory parade for his achievements at the end of his journey.

The reversed side rider runs into a battlefield. He is to be cautious of his movements through this passage.

Colour: warm golden hues – associated with Leo

Seven Of Wands

[intepretation]
He fights all till the end. He is resilient and determined

[reversed]
He who hesitates will lose

[symbols+images]
This is a warrior who thrives on battle. He relishes the moments and laughs his enemies off as he fights them even at the edge of a cliff. Within him is the strength and energy to carry on.

The reversed warrior is clouded in the darkness of self-doubt. His hesitation, indecisiveness will cost him precious time to react. The card warns of being quick to decide and not to cease the moment.
He is distracted to not notice that his enemy will take advantage of his shortfall and attack by surprise.

Colour: royal purples and sapphire blues – associated with Sagittarius

Eight Of Wands

[intepretation]
They are carried through the skies with their wands, taking them to new horizons and experiences.

[reversed]
They move through the skies with hesitation and haste. They keep their counsel close and their eyes watchful.

[symbols+images]
They channel the energies of the wands to move forward and upwards. The image gestures movement away, utilizing the power from within.

They move forward with their wands crossed for protection. The hesitation and caution in movement means that there will be a delay in their journey.

Colour: royal purples and sapphire blues – associated with Sagittarius

Nine Of Wands

[intepretation]
He finds the strength inside to carry on with the battle

[reversed]
The battle has worn him down and he is close to defeat

[symbols+images]
The dragons behind each character are familiars to each warrior, reflecting their inner energies – which are being summoned upon. The dragon looks fiercely back indicating a defiance, which is required to over come the situation, which has brought the warrior down.

The reversed dragon turns to its side and moves away. The man cannot summon the strength to face the situation and his face is drained of all energy to continue on.

Colour: royal purples and sapphire blues – associated with Sagittarius

Ten Of Wands

[intepretation]
He burdens ten wands ambitiously. He exerts immense control over them with the power from within

[reversed]
He realizes that he has taken on too much a task, and the wands break out of formation

[symbols+images]
The energy within the sage has reached it\’s full potential. He can now burden the task of bringing together ten wands together after years of training and experience. He has reached his peak.

The reversed sage loses control over the task. He has not reached the level that is required to burden the other wands and they break out of formation. The image warns of not overburdening oneself with a task, which is beyond their abilities

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