Card meanings: six of wands


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Parades, accolades, victories, and celebrations of victories. If this card is an outcome, expect good things—and then expect a public spectacle of the victory. Possible raise, promotion, awards won, public affection, and even perhaps a little boasting are bound to happen very soon. Occasionally this card also represents a leader rallying his or her troops, organizing for a major cause. If that is the case, the surrounding cards will support that notion quite clearly. 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!!

 

Six of Wands — Rider Deck Blue Box Six of Wands : Description: Well, someone had to win, and now they get to lord their victory over others. This is the card of the celebrated hero, the conqueror with his battle parade marching in celebration. Note also that the staves in the background are held high and straight with pride. Neither rider nor horse is dressed for battle. They are garmented for public celebration. If this card represents you, then it is good to be you.

This card is a reaction to previous events more than it is an original thought. It is a celebration of great deeds.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Six. Group empowerment toward commonality, recognition. Even
  • Suit: Wands. Action, adventure, vitality, competition, public accolades
  • Direction: Northwest. Nobility of character. Mid-afternoon
  • Element: Fire. Aggression, ambition, leadership, shared energy, mobs, riots, instigators

Traditional meaning: Parades, accolades, victories, and celebrations of victories. If this card is an outcome, expect good things—and then expect a public spectacle of the victory. Possible raise, promotion, awards won, public affection, and even perhaps a little boasting are bound to happen very soon. Occasionally this card also represents a leader rallying his or her troops, organizing for a major cause. If that is the case, the surrounding cards will support that notion quite clearly.

Traditional reversed meaning: Ugh! All this work and does anyone notice at all? Sometimes you work, and work, and work, and of course someone else steals your thunder, your credit, or kisses up to the powers-that-be to make it look like they are the noble hero du jour. Time to buy yourself a cheap voodoo candle (or just grin and bear it). Occasionally this card may indicate outright defeat. Verify this before proceeding.

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