Two of Wands Tarot Card Meanings and Combinations
Fire, male active energy
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Two of Wands Tarot Card Meanings
Just as the Ace begins something, the Two follows and leads to a sense of continuity. The Two of Wands can show that you’re starting to make initial progress, usually with something in the early stages of development. The two Wands are fixed in the ground as the man moves toward them, representing the idea or new beginning from the Ace starting to take root and become established.
The Two of Wands is the main card I would look for to indicate a working partnership, although this doesn’t always need to be in a formal or contractual sense; the two brings a second energy into play and this can be negotiations or cooperating with others, as you join and combine your energy and talents together. (A number of Tarot readers see the Three of Wands as the card of partnership or working with others. The Two naturally evolved into this meaning for me through the experience of studying results from readings.)
In the Gilded Tarot the forked path often makes people consider the meaning to be connected to a choice, although I usually see that as within the progress as someone moves forward, rather than the primary meaning.
If reversed or ill-dignified, can represent stalled plans, or could indicate a troublesome working relationship with (an)others.
Two of Wands Tarot Card Combinations
As the card can suggest working with others, watch for Kings or Queens in close proximity to indicate the personality type of the other(s) involved.
Two of Wands > Ace of Wands: A working group setting up a new project. Taking initial steps toward setting up a new venture.
Two of Wands > Eight of Wands: Exciting news connected to a business partnership, events takes off with speed.
Two of Wands > Seven of Cups: Options and choices to be made as you move forward with early plans, ensure you keep things realistic and don't get carried away with the potential of possibilities.
Two of Wands > Eight of Cups: Walking away from a business partnership through disillusionment. Despite some initial progress early goals may not be measuring up to expectations and you decide to abandon further plans.
Two of Wands > Nine of Swords: A business partnership or collaboration brings worries and concern. There may be some sleepless nights over how to move plans forward.
Two of Wands > Ten of Swords: A disappointing ending to a working partnership, or initial plans lead to failure.
Two of Wands > Four of Pentacles: Being prepared to work hard towards making goals a reality and focused on efforts that will bring material rewards. Try to ensure over-caution doesn't thwart earlier gains as hesitancy could creep in.
Two of Wands > The Hierophant > Eight of Pentacles: Suggests plans are being made to enter formal education or training and these should prove successful.
Two of Wands > The Magician > Wheel of Fortune: Putting inspired thought into action creates a fortunate turn of events that brings good opportunities as you move forward.
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