Six of Wands Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Fire, male active energy
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Six of Wands Tarot Card Meanings
The meaning of this card is easy to relate to the image found in the Gilded Tarot as it appears to resemble a victory parade. The rider carries a wand topped with a small laurel wreath, symbol of the victor, as banners fly and crowds cheer in his presence.
The Six of Wands appears when others are commending your efforts; it can represent a work promotion, being presented with an award or recognised achievement, or simply receiving the open approval of others. It brings the satisfaction and reward of a job well done with recognition for your endeavours and this can apply in any area of life, although it is often found connected with work matters.
This card can also signify a messenger, and so it may herald the arrival of important news.
If reversed or ill-dignified this card thwarts effort to accomplish plans, which may be abandoned or fail. For some this card represents internal treachery or a Trojan horse.
Six of Wands Tarot Card Combinations
Three of Wands > Six of Wands: Can indicate an important commercial award from a recognised industry or trade body. Receiving acclaim for successful early efforts and amplifies the progress found in the Three.
Page of Cups > Six of Wands: Brings important news of an emotional nature.
Knight of Cups > Six of Wands > Eight of Cups: This could be a promotion or an award of some description, as it's something being proposed and offered to you, but the Eight suggests it doesn't fulfil what you're looking for and you walk away from the proposition.
Six of Wands > Five of Swords: Not everyone is pleased by your success and it could instigate some jealousy or back-biting, be careful who you trust.
Four of Pentacles > Six of Wands > Seven of Pentacles: Working hard toward your material goals brings reward for your efforts, cash payments or bonuses can also be suggested.
The Fool > Six of Wands: An unexpected or unanticipated award or acclaim that comes as a surprise.
Six of Wands > The Hierophant: Formal award ceremony from a recognised establishment, (can also be a faith based organisation).
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