Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tarot Tuesday: Knight of Wands (R)

I missed a couple of Tarot Tuesdays so I'm doubling up today.

Today's Card:
Knight of Wands (R)
Wands often represent enterprise or business
Knights usually indicate a man between the ages of 21 and 35,
and wands often mean fair to red hair, blue or gray eyes;
The presence of the Knight of Wands doesn't necessarily mean a person will be involved, but it can also represent a situation or a person's thoughts.

Meaning (Upright):
a message or messenger with information regarding social or work activities; good news for work; action, movement; possible marriage, trip, or change of residence -- thoughts about career or what one does creatively; a young man, may create vibrations that call for sudden changes or decisions in life, someone presenting ideas regarding business that will be advantageous; the start or finish of an important situation 

Meaning (Reversed):
a message or a person with negative information about work or social life; delays, frustration with job or social event; upset, anger, due to denial of expectations; trip cancelled. Egotistical actions inability to clearly see the road to take in a career; a young man who could possibly be the cause of feelings of restricted by minor disputes; lack of energy, despondency; try something new; frustration and indecision go with your gut, listen to your conscience; jealousy is causing odd behavior.

In a Reading: If you receive the knight of wands reversed in a reading, it doesn't necessarily portend negative things. Yes, it can represent a young man (21-35), but not always. Depending on his/its placement and the question being asked, this card could represent the presence of someone in your life who is upset or who has upset you. It can also mean the situation surrounding you needs to be reevaluated so that you can see the road you need to take. Although it can represent a cancelled trip or disappointing news about your work or social life it's not the end of the world. Take it as a sign that you should take some time to really look at your goals and plans. Look for any flaws or hitches that might crop up because an eventuality or option hadn't been explored.

Dragon Tarot Deck Designed 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

A second card will post at noon. I figured I'd make up for the missed posts.

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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