Page of Wands Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Fire, male active energy
Keywords and Phrases:
Messages concerning work, an outgoing child.
Page of Wands Tarot Card Meanings
An easy way to remember the Pages is to consider the Royal Courts of old, where children served as Pages, running errands and delivering messages between courtiers.
For clarity in readings, the Pages are the only Courts I use that have the possibility of two meanings, either to represent messages coming in, or as children.
As Wands are usually associated with enterprise, the Page of Wands represents news or messages coming in concerning work matters. This is usually news of a positive nature, unless surrounded or followed by less favourable cards.
If the Page represents a child, the personality description would be active and outgoing, usually quite confident. They can be cheerful bubbly types, adventurous and unafraid to jump into things with great enthusiasm, sometimes without much thought to the consequences, but they’re not afraid to ‘have a go.’
Some readers use the Courts as facets of a personality, so in this respect, the Pages suggest the newness of childhood, such as when you take up the fragile beginnings of entering a new field, you enter with a childlike state.
Similar or supporting cards: As messages, all the Pages, Eight of Wands, Six of Wands.
Opposing or contradictory cards: Page of Swords (delayed news, or minor disappointment)
Page of Wands Tarot Card Combinations: As messages coming in, in simple lines follow the progression of events, so look to the card following to see if this is favourable or what occurs as a consequence; the card preceding would show where the message originates.
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