Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Fire, male active energy
Keywords and Phrases:
Change of address, long journey.
Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meanings
All the Knights bring movement and represent some type of event occurring. The Knights can represent adolescence, although in readings I find it’s easier to focus upon the Pages as minors, then the Kings and Queens as mature adults.
You're on the move! Traditionally, the Knight of Wands was associated with moving home, so this is the main card I would look for to indicate a change of address, which can be helpful in relation to questions concerning house sales, property, relocation, or sometimes renovations.
The Knight of Wands is our bold and adventurous Knight so it can symbolise a long journey or travelling, so sometimes it can also represent emigration.
For those that read the Courts as facets of character, the Knight of Wands can be headstrong and exciting, but may dash into things without much thought. It encourages bold moves and an adventurous spirit.
Reversed or badly aspected it may bring over confidence or rash behaviour.
Knight of Wands Tarot Card Combinations:
Knight of Wands > Five of Wands > Ten of Wands: House move woes, continual snarl-ups and associated pressures.
Knight of Wands > Four of Cups > Five of Cups: Possibly buyer's remorse.
Knight of Wands > Six of Swords: Travelling overseas.
Knight of Wands > Eight of Pentacles: Relocating for a new job or study programme.
The Fool > Knight of Wands: Unanticipated house move, or...
Knight of Wands > The Fool: Moving to a completely new area that is unfamiliar to you; something of an adventure.
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