Card meanings: page of wands


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Pages are “catch-all” cards in readings. Most often this Page is used to indicate a male baby, or a young boy or girl with blonde hair. It can also indicate a young boy or girl of a Fire sign (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius), news of, or an invitation to, a new adventure, or even the study (apprenticeship) of an active or dangerous field of employment (firefighting, police work, sports, military school, etc.). If this Page shows up in a reading strongly associated with an Ace or a Queen, it often portends a birth. 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!!

 

Page of Wands — Rider Deck Blue BoxPage of Wands Description: A young man dressed in the royal court’s yellow tunic holds up a staff for inspection. Overall, he looks to be pretty satisfied with his find. His stance and attire indicate a relaxed state, prior to a journey or adventure. The feather in his cap tells us that he is indeed at the beginning of his journey through life, but is schooled and experienced (at least enough to warrant the feather). Do notice though how his feather is just a lick of flame. This card is cardinal as it is instigatory, representing initiations, arrivals, or “edges of.”

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Status: Page. Apprentice, attendant, student, youth, messenger
  • Suit: Wands. Action, adventure, vitality, competition, verbal challenges
  • Direction: East. General beginnings, taunts or threats. Early morning, dawn
  • Element: Fire. Aggression, ambition, leadership, budding energy

Traditional meaning: Pages are “catch-all” cards in readings. Most often this Page is used to indicate a male baby, or a young boy or girl with blonde hair. It can also indicate a young boy or girl of a Fire sign (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius), news of, or an invitation to, a new adventure, or even the study (apprenticeship) of an active or dangerous field of employment (firefighting, police work, sports, military school, etc.).

If this Page shows up in a reading strongly associated with an Ace or a Queen, it often portends a birth. If this Page shows up in connection with The Empress, it almost assuredly represents pregnancy with a male child, or a baby who will be one of the Fire signs. Traditional reversed meaning: Unhappy news suddenly, arguments, unruly children, mild danger (if regarding any of the employment listed above), problems with pregnancy or small children. Rebel or minor rebellion. Also: Impotence.

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