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Career, Work Or Retirement:
The Ace of Wands reversed shows good possibilities at and for work, but there is a downside implied here as well. For instance you may find/have a good job, but have a supervisor who is difficult. Or there may be misunderstandings at work which make you feel as though you aren’t valued. Don’t jump to conclusions, if you are having difficulty, ask questions.
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 work 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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Portable Magic: acted imbalance is represented physically by shifting the significator toward the arm of the cross that corresponds with the elemental magic being worked.
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Reversed Cards: When we first come across something that excites us and gets our blood pumping, we notice how it makes us feel. Usually, pretty darn spectacular. That feeling can become addictive. Addiction is the downside of high. Addiction is an attachment in one of its purest forms. The ace is the beginning; it is the spark that ignites the rest of the fire. In this case, desire. The spark itself is not the shadow part, nor is the fire. The shadow part of desire is the attachment. So when the Ace of Wands shows up in the shadow aspect, you are being asked to examine your level of attachment to things you desire.
Tarot Triumphs: Unfortunately, these packs in popular use would naturally tend to wear out, or be lost or discarded, so there are very few packs or even single cards left in existence. Tarot historian Michael Dummett suggests that only three decks have survived out of at least one million Tarot packs in circulation in France in the seventeenth century.8 This is still enough, however, to see how the prime twenty-two Trump version of the Tarot was shaping up in France and other countries, and for contemporary scholars to distinguish two or three main variants within that evolution. However, our knowledge of the development and circulation of Tarot is still patchy and open to speculation. The story is not over yet, and there is plenty of scope for keen researchers to dig further into its history.
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Reversed Cards: Can the light actually be reversed? I mean, is the sun any different upside down than it is right-side up? The answer would, of course, be no. A burning ball of gas rotating around in space is going to look the same from any angle. It is also going to do the same thing: burn and give off light and heat. This means that this section, even though it is dedicated to the reversal aspect of the Sun card can also be used when the Sun is in its upright position. You just have five other ways to look at how light, heat, and movement are showing up in your life. The Sun is number nineteen in the major arcana. Combine one and nine to make ten, and as we discussed with the Wheel of Fortune card, ten is a karmic ending or a karmic cycle come to completion. The ten of course must be taken down to its singular numerological value, which is a one. Here in the Sun we see the singular journey, or, more to the point, the light at the end of the individuals karmic journey. The one hints to something new, and the nine shows the ending. The number one is about beginnings, and nine is what we leave behind. The Sun allows both of those things to be burned in its purifying fire and rebirthed just like the phoenix.