25-Four of Wands Upright Rider Waite Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

When it comes to love, this card can indicate that your relationship is about to become a whole lot more committed – up to and including a potential marriage. If you’re looking for love, it shows that special events (wedding, bar and bat mitzvahs, commitment ceremonies, etc.) are a good place to meet someone special now. If you get invited to something like this, and are single, make a point to GO.

Card Meanings: Celebrations, Coming Home, Prosperity, Dissatisfaction, Kindness, Laying Down Roots, Events, Community Spirit, Reunion, Stability, Community Or Family Coming Together, Self-Esteem, Surprises, Success, Weddings, Happy Families, Parties, Reevaluation, Security, Feeling Welcome, Teamwork, Pride

The Four of Wands often indicates that you may be attending a special event – one which will be way more fun than you are anticipating. So, go, and have a good time. Business is also likely to be going very well at this time, you will be proud of yourself, and others will be proud of you.

This reading is part of a love tarot reading using the The Four of Wands using cards from the with the Rider Waite 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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Complete Book of Tarot
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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 querent’s 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: Card 9, hopes and fears, was the Four of Wands, depicting people celebrating a job well done.

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 Gébelin’s 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