22-Ace of Wands Reversed Thoth Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

As with an upright meaning, if you are single, The reversed Ace of Wands can indicate the beginning of a new love relationship. This card can also indicate the birth of a child; so if this is a possibility for you and you are not yet ready, make sure you take all the appropriate precautions, and then some. In an existing relationship, this card shows a need to think before you speak and to listen hard to your partner. Misunderstandings are easy now.

Card Meanings: Disappointing News, Stopping Something, Infertility, Creative Blocks, Missed Opportunities, Hesitant, Bored, Cancelled Travel, Being Too Intense, Slow, Pregnancy Issues, Lack Of Determination, Delays, Lack Of Initiative/ Passion/ Assertiveness/ Energy/ Enthusiasm/ Motivation/ Growth/ Action/ Spark/ Fun, Setback, Wasted Talent/Potential, Selfishness, Stuck

Usually indicating new beginnings – generally very positive ones, this card is in the realms of accomplishment and often generally related to work or career. Stay at home mums often draw this card too. If you are having a difficult time and draw The Ace of Wands in a reading, know that things are likely to be getting much better very soon!

This reading is part of a love tarot reading using the The Ace of Wands using cards from the with the Thoth Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

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Elements of the Psychic World: Elbow: People who have moles on their elbow love to travel. They are adventurous and spirited.

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Reversed Cards: The Ace of Wands in the upright position shows us the divine spark, the burning desire, or the fiery lust for a new conquest. In order to pursue any or all of these things, one must have two things: intention and will. In other words, you need a clear goal and the commitment to follow it through. The Ace of Wands in the mirror aspect gives you a bit of space to really mull things over and see if you are headed in the right direction. How often have you been really excited by something only to find it was actually just an interesting distraction from where your time and energy should have been placed?

Tarot Triumphs: So, my advice is to cherish what experiences and knowledge you may acquire in this way. They form the basis of your own story with the Tarot. Each person’s story, though, is different, tempered by individual destiny and life circumstances. And as I tell you my own story here, perhaps a little sympathetic magic will come into play and help to trigger special Tarot encounters and illuminations for you too.

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Reversed Cards: In Rider-Waite-Smith-themed decks, Justice sits right in the middle of the major arcana. She has ten cards on either side of her as she maintains the balance of the higher concepts of the major cards. This role in the Rider-Waite-Smith deck design plays hand in hand with the elements of this card. Justice is a card of finding balance through the pursuit of personal truth. This is echoed in the card’s number vibration as well, eleven/two. (In numerology all numbers are reduced to their single digit. Here 11 becomes 1 + 1 = 2. To show this master number in its true form, it is written 11/2.) In numerology this number is a master number, one that is seeking a higher truth, a deeper spiritual meaning to life on the physical plane. In its upright form, the Justice card asks us to look at how we seek truth in our own personal experience. She asks us to be balanced and fair in our dealings with others and to seek a higher spiritual knowing. Here in the reversed aspect these elements still carry weight; it is just that coming to terms with them and allowing them to play key roles in your daily life causes some challenges.