Knight of Wands

A person of indeterminate sex wearing armor and an overcloak printed with salamanders sit astride a horse that is rearing into the air.  He holds a staff in his right hand and mountains that resemble pyramids recede into the distance.

Travel, moving, relocation, perhaps a new romance.  The Knight is putting the idea of travel which the Page of Wands conceived into effect.  Still, there is an element of lack of control and planning, of perhaps being carried away by enthusiasm when a little more time should be put into details.  The horse is back on its’ hind legs, raring to go, but not moving forward yet.

Reversed:  Problems may develop with travel plans.  Possibly a person who was going to share the expenses backed out at the last moment.  A romantic vacation canceled because of a loss of romance.

EXAMPLES:  Think of a friend yelling, “Road trip!” and all of you taking off at a moments notice.  It sounds like fun but you may end up sleeping in the car because you forgot to make reservations with a motel.

Going to see a lover who lives in another state or country.

Author: Dan Adair

Artist, writer, semi-retired wizard, and the author of, "Just the Tarot," by Dan Adair

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