Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tarot Tuesday: King of Wands

Today's Card:
King of Wands
Kings usually represent men over the age of 35
In the case of the King of Wands, the physical description may be, fair to red hair, blue to hazel eyes, sloping forehead, long or blunt nose, and his body may lean forward
Wands often signify enterprise or career

Meaning (Upright):
Fair, honest, just counselor; a person you can confide in; independent, influential, business authority; leadership qualities and talents or abilities; good, loyal friend; often starts new enterprises but doesn't stay to finish, potential for inheritance, likes to entertain and be social

Meaning (Reversed):
can represent a man who can be puritanical, by the book; something upside down in his life; childish, dependent, anti-social; selfish, domineering, petty tyrant; relationship issues, overbearing, unyielding, intolerant attitude; often has head injuries; may be an Aries female when reversed; inclined to be intolerant and strict in manner; opposing; disagreement or dispute, be the first to withdraw; uneasy due to lack of tolerance in business; make sure of all the facts; don't let people be overly aggressive with you.

Dragon Tarot Deck created and illustrated by Peter Pracownik
Published by US Games, Inc.

The Lovers Tarot Deck Designed by Jane Lyle
Published by Thomas Dunne Books

Steampunk Tarot Deck Designed by Barbara Moore,
illustrated by Aly Fell, Published by Llewellyn Worldwide 2012

In a Reading: If the King of Wands shows up in a reading it can represent the presence of an older man (over 35), a leader in business, who can provide advice or counseling to you, possibly in a business matter. This particular person enjoys social settings. Keep in mind, this card doesn't always mean a person, it can indicate a possible inheritance on the way; or the opportunity for growth in your business or in your job.

Here's the disclaimer: I have to stress, I am not an expert in the Tarot and I use them for myself and friends (and my characters) to help answer questions about situations and the future.

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