The Suit of Wands in the Tarot Cards represent the element of Fire, and so are associated with passion, energy, drive and creativity. In tarot, the meaning of the Wands Suit can therefore often be around the projects and work we take on, as well as the physical energy we use to accomplish these tasks. There are 14 cards in total when it comes to wands tarot cards, also known as rods or staves in some Tarot decks. These are the Ace representing the number 1, all the way to the number 10, and the 4 “court cards”, which are often about fiery, driven people in our lives. These are the Page, Knight, Queen and King.
Keep reading to explore each card’s meaning.
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Ace of Wands
Aces represent beginnings, and so this card can herald a new job or project we are starting. Find our more about the Ace of Wands here.
Two of Wands
Twos in the Tarot are all about choice and options. This card can ask us to make a decision around our career – read here to find out more.
Three of Wands
The Three of Wands card talks to having the resources we need to begin our projects. It can also speak of travel – read more here.
Four of Wands
The four in tarot is all about stability, and this card represents great career success and partnerships. Read here to learn more.
Five of Wands
When it comes to the Fives in Tarot, change is imminent, and here we have clash and chaos at work or with out own projects. Learn more about this card here.
Six of Wands
The sixes in tarot cards are all about resolution and moving forward. The six of wands represents a victory – learn more here about this card.
Seven of Wands
The Seven of Wands tells us that we need to stand up for ourselves, although that could be a struggle. Read more about this card here.
Eight of Wands
As the picture represents, this card indicates that projects and opportunities are all “up in the air”. Learn more about this card here.
Nine of Wands
A Nine talks about wrapping things up, but the Nine of Wands speaks to challenges and feeling alone. Explore more here.
Ten of Wands
The Ten of Wands is an ending, although there is great resentment and hard work involved. Read here to find out more.
Page of Wands
Pages are a lot like Aces, representing the beginning of a project, as well as young people in our lives. Read more here.
Knight of Wands
The Knight of Wands talks about a passionate and dynamic person, although also impatient and aggressive. Read here to explore more.
Queen of Wands
When it comes to the Queen of Wands, we are dealing with a warm, proud and confident woman – ourselves or someone else. Read on here.
King of Wands
The King of Wands is ready to go, enthusiastic and in charge – this man could be important to us. Learn more about this card here.
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