Six of Wands

A man rides a horse through a crowd.  He is robed in purple, wears a laurel crown and carries a stave which is topped with another crown of laurel.  Five people stand aside as he rides by, each one clutching a staff of their own.

A card of victory and success.  Of the multiple people battling in the five of wands, this person has emerged victorious and holds the dominant position.  The cloak he wears signifies authority and command and he is definitely in charge. The laurel crowns tell us that he has won legitimate honors and recognition.  This card can indicate victory in a legal battle or show that the subject’s ideas and view points have launched him or her into a position of authority. Promotions may be indicated.

Reversed:  Approach any conflict with extreme caution.  The subject is not in a position of strength and will lose if he engages in a fight.  Walk away and live to fight another day.

EXAMPLES: Winner.  Think of a person who has used her wits, skill, knowledge and persuasion to emerge as the head of the pack.

Winning an election.

Author: Dan Adair

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

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