Ready ... set ... action! If you receive a Wands Tarot card in your reading, consider it a bold call to action that may require some extra energy on your part.
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The spiritual suit of Wands, also called "Staffs," is used to illustrate the energy of movement, growth and new beginnings. Wands represent ideas and innovation. They are often related to your career or your sense of purpose in the world, but they can deliver strong love messages, too.
The suit of Wands in a classic deck consists of 14 Tarot cards beginning with the Ace of Wands, progressing upward through the 10 of Wands, and concluding with the four Court cards, the Page, Knight, Queen and King of Wands.
When a Wands card turns up in your Tarot reading, it mostly likely indicates the need to take action or make a fresh start. Wands are powerful and passionate cards that can urge you to make a bold move in career or love, or warn you when you're moving too fast. Either way, sitting still won't work if you draw a card from the Suit of Wands!
Tarot's suit of Wands is associated with the bold, fiery zodiac signs of Aries, Leo and Sagittarius.
Learn about the meaning of each Tarot card in the Wands suit
|Ace of Wands||2 of Wands||3 of Wands||4 of Wands||5 of Wands||6 of Wands||7 of Wands|
|8 of Wands||9 of Wands||10 of Wands||Page of Wands||Knight of Wands||Queen of Wands||King of Wands|