Three of Wands

A man wearing a red and green cloak and a circlet around his head stands on a hill or cliff staring out at ships traversing a bay.  He grasps one staff in his right hand and two other staffs are planted firmly in the ground behind him. The sea is placid and emits a golden glow.

The abstract idea or intuition of the Ace of Wands has been brought into being in the material world and is bringing rewards to the subject.  He or she is sending this creativity out into the world and sharing it with others, as represented by the ships setting sail in the harbor. This individual has his back turned and this may indicate a person who is totally absorbed in his ventures to the exclusion of his social life.  On a mundane level, your job may require that you do some traveling.

Reversed: The world may not be ready to accept your new and novel ideas at this time.  Wait until another time or at least slow walk the venture you’re trying to launch.

Examples:  Someone who has worked his or her butt off and is seeing returns on the project.  Think of a person in development and research who has spent hundreds of hours meticulously assembling a product and it’s finally off of the ground and working great.

Publishing a book and seeing the sales continue to go up.

Author: Dan Adair

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

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