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TWO OF WANDS CARD MEANINGS


The Two of Wands is a card of beginnings and calculated risks, but instead of the spark of creativity or a burst of energy as seen in the Ace, this energy is a carefully planned effort to create a favorable outcome.

This is the card of planning, coordinating, the will applied to physical action: the “law of attraction” being applied. This a card of doing and waiting. Results will come later. Right now, plan carefully and act decisively. Gather allies and support if you can, as well. 

Two of Wands Description

 A wealthy merchant looks out over the sea from the parapets of his estate. This is a man of vision. He is successful and confident, and he is in the midst of planning a new venture. He holds the world in his right hand, and his left holds a staff. Behind him a staff is firmly anchored in place. The lands below are fertile and populated with civilized people. This image is active and pragmatic. This card is a direct, active response to the explosive creativity of the Ace of Wands. It is controlled action with a purpose.

Prime elements at work in this card

  • Number: Two. Response to initial stimulus. Battle plans, first steps. Even
  • Suit: Wands: Controlled action, adventure, vitality, competition
  • Direction: South-Southwest. Visionary thought. Late night
  • Element: Fire. Optimism, ambition, leadership, channeled energy

Two of Wands Traditional Meaning

This is a card of beginnings and calculated risks, but instead of the spark of creativity or a burst of energy as seen in the Ace, this energy is a carefully planned effort to create a favorable outcome. This is the card of planning, coordinating, the will applied to physical action: the “law of attraction” being applied. The Two of Wands card of doing and waiting. Results will come later. Right now, plan carefully and act decisively. Gather allies and support if you can, as well.

Traditional Reversed Meaning

The Two of Wands card in a reversed position could mean bad planning, or a complete lack of planning. Things NOT going at all according to plan, difficulties at the beginning of a venture, ideas without resources to put them into action.Possible weakness of will to take needed action (verify this by looking at associated cards).

Reversed, the Two of Wands card represents “the curse of inconvenience,” which is an extremely powerful but subtle curse where countless “little things” just go wrong no matter what we do. Persist.

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