26-Five of Wands Reversed Thoth Family Tarot Reading

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Family, Friends & Relationships:

As with the upright card, you have a real need to believe in and trust yourself now. If something or someone doesn’t pass the ‘smell test’ to you now, trust your instincts. However, no matter what happens, be hesitant to escalate conflict or to take irrevocable steps. Don’t be hasty, no matter how angry you get in coming weeks.

Card Meanings: Reaching Agreements, Extreme Aggression, Suppressed Temper, End Of Conflict/ Row/ Struggle, Battle Fatigue, Intimidation, Harmony, Compromise, Lack Of Competition, War, Finding Solutions, Peace, Shyness, Order, Fear Of Confrontation, Short Fuse, New Opportunities, Generosity, Looking For An Argument, Focus, Control, Cooperation

The Five of Wands often refers to competition. Usually this is in the career/work arena, but sometimes it can refer to romantic rivals. Don’t be afraid of competing, know that you have something to offer, and can be successful. But you have to try, to see results.

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Tarot Card Meanings: Five of Wands; competition, struggle for dominance, hard work and the search for wealth.  It is considered a good card which will bring good fortune but that which will require much effort.   Reversed; enemies, lies, deceit are all indicated.

Tarot Triumphs: In most Tarot layouts there is a significator, a card selected to stand on its own, which indicates the querent at the present time, or the topic of the question asked. Although the three-card reading I’m about to explain does not include a significator, we will come to it directly afterward with a four-card layout. It’s also worth mentioning now because it is relevant to the issue of whether the diviner is told the question or not; if there is a significator in the layout, even if the querent doesn’t voice the question aloud, the significator will usually give you a handle on the situation. So, for most Tarot readings, the significator is a signpost that you can use to point the way to the nature of the situation.

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Reversed Cards: Have you ever just wanted to tell someone how stupid they were? I mean, like, really let them have it because you just can’t take it anymore? Or maybe you have been on the receiving end of someone else who is always trying to undermine you or make you feel mentally inadequate. Either way, you are walking in the shadow aspect of the Ace of Swords. The Ace of Swords has a bit of an air about it, no pun intended. It does feel somewhat self-righteous, sort of higher-than or more actualized than other mere mortals. The problem is this is ego-based thinking, and the ego loves the shadow lands of the mind. When this card shows up in a reading or daily draw, just remember that here in the shadow aspect there is a level of accountability that needs to be adhered to so that no harm comes to you or others.