Page of Wands

A person of indeterminate sex is holding a staff with both hands and appears to be studying it.  His undercloak is printed with images of salamanders and mountains that resemble pyramids recede into the distance.

Most often a card of travel, changes, and journeys.  At this point the subject is more studying the idea of travel rather than actually doing it and things are still very much in the planning stage.  On a mundane level, this card may indicate the presence of a younger person or persons, usually of a fair complexion.  They tend to be bright, inquisitive, and active. It may be that the subject is preparing for house guests with children or, alternatively, traveling to visit someone with children.

Reversed:  Problems or delays with travel plans, canceled reservations, difficulties making connections.  If a younger person is present there may be something odd or disturbing about him.

EXAMPLES: Think of someone surfing through the internet looking at travel and airline sites.  

A non-custodial parent preparing for visitation with a child or children.

Author: Dan Adair

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

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