Ace of Wands Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Fire, male active energy
Fire corresponds to season of summer: June, July, August.
Keywords and Phrases:
New work or endeavour, a new way of life.
Ace of Wands Tarot Card Meanings
The Aces are like the powerhouses of the element represented by each suit, so the Ace of Wands contains all the possibilities within the element of fire. Fire tends to gets things moving; consider how quickly fire catches and spreads, so the Ace of Wands is like the initial spark that sets the fire in motion.
The Ace of Wands brings a dynamic new beginning surrounded by an intense energy, full of verve and vigour, buzzing with activity and new ideas. This card often signals new work or endeavours, as it tends to lead to actively creating something new.
In relationship readings the Ace of Wands can suggest ardent love, the start of an exciting new relationship, but it can also represent new life, pregnancy or virility – but as always, read in context with the surrounding cards.
Reversed, or ill-dignified, it can show dissipating energy, a false start, something failing to take off, an unrealised goal or failure to initiate, impotency.
Ace of Wands Tarot Card Combinations:
Ace of Wands > Four of Wands: An exciting new beginning that brings stability. A new venture finds its feet and takes a more solid form as matters progress.
Ace of Wands > Seven of Wands: A new project ignites your inner warrior and conviction to passionately defend your integrity and beliefs as you move forward with your goals. There may be tough negotiations as you move forward with a new venture but you have the ability to hold the line and succeed.
Ace of Wands > Eight of Wands: A new project takes off at pace surrounded by plenty of excitement and enthusiasm; expect a brisk pace and be ready to deal with news and messages received in response as there should be lots of interest. The start of an exciting journey.
Ace of Wands > Two of Cups: An exciting new relationship with the potential to develop onto the next level (single). A fresh new start for an existing relationship sees you and your partner on the same page and pulling together for the future (attached).
Ace of Wands > Six of Cups: This may be something new but it brings a past connection back into play.
Ace of Wands > Four of Swords: A brief pause for respite after the initial frenzy of getting a new project off the ground, you may be consolidating your position.
Ace of Wands > Seven of Swords: A new venture will require a careful strategy in order to move forward.
Ace of Wands > Eight of Swords > Strength: A new project may hit restrictions and there could be limitations to hold you back, (there can be the possibility of experiencing self-doubt) but you have the ability to overcome challenges by pulling on inner courage and powering through.
Ace of Wands > Seven of Pentacles > Nine of Pentacles: A new venture will bring good financial rewards but you'll need to tend to the finer details and take your time to cultivate results.
Ace of Wands > The Fool: New project takes you into unchartered territory and you may feel out of your depth initially but it opens up exciting possibilities and further opportunity. Take appropriate advice as you move forward.
Ace of Wands > Two of Swords > The Moon: A new beginning hits a stumbling block as you may be in two minds and mired with uncertainty as to how, or whether, to proceed after the initial rush of adrenaline.
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