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A Complete Guide to the Suit of Wands

Published
30 Jun
2020

A Complete Guide to the Suit of Wands

Picture the scene: a psychic is giving you a tarot reading and all the cards are drawn from the Suit of Wands. What does this mean for you? Should you be happy, sad, nervous?

Unlike the major arcana, the Suit of Wands is a minor arcana. This means that, like a suit of playing cards, there are several different cards from the suit. Each of these can have different meanings and interpretations. Yet there are some common meanings behind all the cards from the Suit of Wands.

Ready to find out what the Suit of Wands means for your reading? Then please, read on and find out!

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The Suit of Wands - Tarot Card Basics

Published
21 May
2018

We are going to keep going over Tarot cards and their meanings for the next few posts. Tarot cards are an accurate way for readers to help clients. We have many readers who can help with relationships, business, life issues, the future, big decisions and most life questions.

In the Tarot card deck, there is the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The suits; Wands, Swords, Pentacles and Cups make up the Minor Arcana. Each of the four suits have Ace, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten. They also a Page, Knight, Queen and King - the Court Cards.

Each of the four suits represents different aspects of life. The Suit of Wands generally represents optimism, drive, creativity, communication, spiritual, business, negotiations and communication. The suit of Wands is individualistic, it signals personal growth and creativity.

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