Work Tarot Readings (Rider Waite Tarot Deck,Wands)

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Career, Work Or Retirement

Consulting the tarot can be just the thing you need to get valuable, unbiased guidance on work or retirement related matters. If you want to know whether you will be successful in your career, then there are 10 card of the 78 that bode very well for your career and many more that give guidance on career, work and retirement. A work or career reading is useful for finding which steps you can take to find the right career for you, seeing ways to create a harmonious work-life balance, seeking guidance on the next steps you need to take. Aces in a career reading indicate new beginnings.

You’ve no doubt heard the saying, “A bad workman blames his own tools.” Well the “tools” being blamed could be a host of things. It could be people, such as our work colleagues that are to blame for things not going right, for the situation we find ourselves in. It could be the company we work for, or our inabilty to find work or advance in our career. This is where a work or career tarot reading can help.

Timing: When looking for time sensitive answers, Wands generally means very fast – a matter of hours to days.



The Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck is the most popular and widely used tarot card deck in the world, printed from plates that were destroyed during the bombing of London during World War II. Full of symbolism and deeper meanings, Arthur E. Waite, the intellectual father of the Rider Waite deck, commented that ‘the true Tarot is symbolism; it speaks no other language and offers no other signs.’

If a Wands card appears in you reading, heres what you need to know:

The Suit of Wands is associated with primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition and expansion, original thought and the seeds through which life springs forth. Wands deal with the spiritual level of consciousness and mirror what is important to you at the core of your being. Wands are also indicative of all things that you do during the day to keep you busy, be it working at the office, home or the great outdoors.
Wands are also indicative of all things that you do during the day to keep you busy, be it working at the office, home or the great outdoors. Wands have to do with movement, action and initiatives and the launching of new ideas. They may be indicative of a never-ending ‘Ideas List’ or ‘To Do List’, whereby the client has many projects on the go to keep them busy. The negative aspects of the Suit of Wands include illusion, egotistical behaviour, impulsiveness, a lack of direction or purpose, or feeling meaningless.

Inspiration, action, power, courage, energy, passion, careers, creativity, impulsiveness.

Timing: When looking for time sensitive answers, Wands generally means very fast – a matter of hours to days.

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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: Fire: energy, impulse, enthusiasm, initiative, power, action, directness, inspiration, spontaneity, dynamism, expansion, adventure, exploration, generativity, self-sufficiency, freedom; the suit of Wands; the Fire signs Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.

Tarot Books

Portable Magic: The Banishing Ritual may be done daily as a way of becoming familiar with the symbolic structures of Tarot magic, and with the manipulation of the esoteric forces of the cards. It serves to cleanse the astral place of working and to dispel any unbalanced elemental energies. It is also an excellent way to cleanse a physical space such as a room, or a structure such as a house, or even an open space such as a field. Construction of the triangle of realization is not required for this ritual. Note that in the illustration, the significator on the altar has been oriented to be upright from your point of view when you are seated on the western side of the circle, facing the east.

Portable Magic: The triangle can also be used to bring forth into actual being that which exists only in a potential or ideal form. When used in this way, it is formed upright from the perspective of the user. This was the practice of medieval magicians, who summoned demons into the ritual triangle outside the boundary of their magic circle, which protected them from the malice of the spirits. A triangle was always inscribed on the floor or ground of the working space when lower spirits were evoked to visible appearance. The triangle of evocation is as much a part of traditional European magic as the circle itself, and most true grimoires include it.

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Portable Magic: The three founders were men of curious contrasts. Dr. William Robert Woodman (182891) was a senior Freemason of great authority who died shortly after the founding of the Golden Dawn, and so played little part in the development of its system of magic. He possessed a knowledge of Hebrew and the Kabbalah, and may have been in part responsible for the inclusion of the Kabbalah in the magic of the Golden Dawn. The other two remained close friends and worked together for many years. Each brought his unique talents forward in support of the Order. Dr. William Wynn Westcott (18481925) was by profession a London coroner. He possessed an extensive knowledge for his day of classical works on Hermetism and Greek philosophy. It is mainly due to his scholarship that the Kabbalah played so important a role in the Golden Dawn. Samuel Liddell Mathers (18541918), who called himself ‘MacGregor’ Mathers on the fanciful notion that he was descended from the Scottish royal bloodline, was a diligent seeker after occult manuscripts in the libraries of England and France. He spent much of his time immediately prior to the founding of the Order in the Reading Room of the British Museum, poring over crabbed, handwritten grimoires. It is to Mathers that the Golden Dawn owes its complex symbolic rituals and its eclectic blend of practical magic.