24-Three of Wands Upright Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

When the Three of Wands appears in the context of work, it tells us that you have a lot to be proud of regarding your work performance, even if you haven’t quite seen the rewards you would expect from this yet. If you’re looking for work, you will soon find a position that is going to be better than you expected. Hold your head up high and know that you have a lot that you’re bringing to the table.

Card Meanings: Self-Belief, Spreading Your Wings, Fortune Favours The Brave, Long Distance/ Travel Romance, Good Partnership, Moving Forward, Overseas Trade/Expansion, Moving Abroad, Self-Confidence, Experiencing Life, Travel, Forward Planning, Freedom, Foreign Land, Cooperation, Foresight, Happy With Choices/Outcome, Adventure, Success, Hard Work Paying Off

When the Three of Wands appears, you are likely to find that your finances are going much better, in fact this can be the month that your proverbial ship has come in. You are likely to be feeling very strong and with good reason. You may be finally experiencing some important success after you’ve been through some difficulty.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Not long ago I attended a weekend workshop by Rachel Pollack, whose 1980 book 78 Degrees of Wisdom, A Psychological Approach to the Tarot was highly influential in changing the way tarot is practiced in the English-speaking world. At one point during the conference, Rachel commented that she and Mary K. Greer are credited with ‘rescuing tarot from fortune-telling’ in the 1980s. Prior to that time, the use of the tarot focused primarily on telling the future.

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Reversed Cards: For me, the Three of Wands in the upright position has always represented the idea of ‘go big or go home.’ I am sure it has something to do with the figure always peering off the top of a cliff wondering about what is beyond the horizon. If in the upright position it is the ‘go big or go home’ card, then here in the blocked aspect, there is a good chance you’re still sitting on the couch freaking out about the whole concept of what ‘going big’ actually means. This is what we call resistance to expansion. We all suffer it at certain times in our lives. Leaving what you know behind for what you don’t know can be scary, but it might also be the best adventure of your life.

Complete Book of Tarot: The symbolism of numbers plays an important role in many forms of divination, including the tarot. In Western philosophy, the belief in the spiritual significance of numbers dates at least as far back as ancient Greece, especially the time of Pythagoras. Often described as the first pure mathematician, Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570 BCE–c. 495 BCE) is credited with the Pythagorean theorem that we learned in high school. Pythagoras was a major proponent of the symbolic significance of numbers. According to his biographer Iamblichus (c. 300 CE), Pythagoras taught that number is the ruler of forms and ideas, and the cause of gods and daemons.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The Celtic Cross consists of two crosses, a small two-card inner cross with a larger four-card outer cross surrounding it, plus a column of four cards to the right. I lay the cards as in the accompanying diagram.