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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
The person you have your eye on may be being pursued by several people. Even so, give it your best shot. You need to know that you have done all that you can for this relationship where your heart is involved. This can also work the other way and mean that you are going to be pursued by several interested people romantically.
Card Meanings: Arguments, Being Defensive/ Territorial, Struggle, Lawsuit Or Quarrel, Strikes, Conflict, Opposition, Disagreements, Pent Up Energy/Aggression, Frustration, Assertive, Temper, Courage, Clashing Personalities/Egos, Adrenaline, Chaos, Sports, Rows, Unruliness, Aggression, Fighting, Competition, Lack Of Control/ Cooperation, Being Rough, Battles, Irritation
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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Complete Book of Tarot: Card 4, advice: Ten of Cups. The advice of the Ten of Cups is to keep the focus on family love and support. Blaming and recriminations were unlikely to be helpful. The querents wife had also drawn the Ten of Cups in her two-card spread about the same issue.
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Complete Book of Tarot: When upright, the Five of Wands is a card of competition. It suggests that you are assertively pursuing your desires, even though your personal interests may conflict with those of your colleagues. You are willing to compete fairly and enthusiastically with your rivals to achieve your goals. This card advises you to ‘put your pedal to the metal’ as you engage in the game of life. A mock battle can prepare you for the real thing. Allowing for diversity of opinions is a sign of strength in a relationship. Traditionally this is a card of riches and opulence; perhaps only the affluent could afford the expensive outfits and leisure time to play at the mock battles depicted on this card.
Complete Book of Tarot: While de Gébelin was fabricating his Egyptian fantasies, another French occultist, Jean-Baptiste Alliette, known as Etteilla (his surname spelled backwards), began to write about divining with playing cards. His book, entitled Enjoying the Playing Cards Called Tarot (1783), became an immense success and served to popularize tarot divination throughout France and much of Europe. Unfortunately, Etteilla swallowed de Gébelins fanciful theories hook, line, and sinker, and his popular text did much to promulgate the false idea that ancient Egypt was the origin of the tarot. 11 Nonetheless, tarot divination established a firm foothold in Europe that would last to the present century.
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Complete Book of Tarot: To quote Crowley: ‘A card is not isolated from its fellows. The reactions of the cards, their interplay with each other, must be built into the very life of the student How is he to blend their life with his? The ideal way is that of contemplation The practical every-day commonplace way is divination.’ 27