Card meanings: knight of wands


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“No time for explanations! We have to move now! . . . Okay, maybe a quick explanation, but then we have to take action!” This is a card of rallying. Swift, sudden movement, decisive action, high adventure, sudden movement (especially “road trips”), impromptu vacations, hyperactivity, active, danger-seeking young men, “the hunt.” Occasionally this card pairs with the 6 of Swords or The Chariot to indicate travel, or relocation. For complete information on this card including how to use it to manifest your desires please try out a copy of The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot—EVER!!

 

Knight of Wands — Rider Deck Blue BoxKnight of Wands Description: “Mister Adventure.” The Knight of Wands is shown rearing his horse up on two legs. This controlled maneuver requires a lot of training between rider and mount, and is a highly symbolic announcement of action before action. It is also grandstanding. His feathers are symbolic of the fiery sexual energy that burns through his entire being. He is ever the “knight in shining armor” charging off to some adventure or danger to embrace. Something big is about to happen. This card is testosterone feeding the brain. The result is a need for action, danger, and fun.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Status: Knight. Youthful, warrior, bravado, adventure, danger, machismo
  • Suit: Wands. Action, adventure, vitality, competition, masculinity
  • Direction: South-Southwest. Zealotry, travel, promiscuity. Late night
  • Element: Fire. Aggression, ambition, leadership, energy, drive, testosterone

Traditional meaning: “No time for explanations! We have to move now! . . . Okay, maybe a quick explanation, but then we have to take action!” This is a card of rallying. Swift, sudden movement, decisive action, high adventure, sudden movement (especially “road trips”), impromptu vacations, hyperactivity, active, danger-seeking young men, “the hunt.” Occasionally this card pairs with the 6 of Swords or The Chariot to indicate travel, or relocation. This card can also be used to signify a young man with red hair or an aggressive/impulsive personality, should you wish to do so.

Traditional reversed meaning: Charging ahead without forethought. Impulsive behavior (usually detrimental), uncontrolled anger or sexual desires, bullying, domineering young “alpha” males. Also: abruptness of personality, rudeness, bad planning, grandstanding, attention-getting antics of little useful value. Need for public attention and validation.

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