Two of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Looking to the future, progress, decisions

REVERSED: Lack of progress, Lack of ambition, disharmony  

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Chokmah
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Wisdom
  • Astrological Influence: Mars in Aries
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stone: Star Ruby, Turquoise

Two of Wands is the second card of the fiery suit of wands. The number two stands for harmony, balance, and partnerships. This card shows the next level of moving forward from the idea that emerged at the ace of wands. Now it is time to introspect and look at the possibilities to implement the idea.

Two of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery and Symbolic Meanings of the Two of Wands Tarot Card

A man who looks wealthy from his dressing is standing on the balcony of a castle and looking at the houses, sea, mountains, and valley in front of him. Standing in a higher position shows his achievements and social standing. His red cap shows his passion and the cape depicts his confidence. His red shows symbolize his independence and power and show that he is ready and free to move forward. His orange dress signifies his creativity and enthusiasm. The man is holding a globe in his hands. This might show that he has the whole world in his hands or he is carrying his own world with him. There are two wands on this card. Wands are a symbol of passion, enthusiasm, drive, and motivation. One wand is erected in the roof beside him that symbolizes the stability of his passion and the other is in his hand in the form of a staff that shows the support he has for his passion. New leaves are growing on both wands which shows that growth is happening in this person’s life. The far-off mountains show the goals and ambitions, the green valley symbolizes abundance and fertility and the calm blue sea depicts stability of emotions. The man is analyzing the situation and his resources and making some important decisions with the support of his passion. He might embark on a new journey or take further initiative for growth.

Astrology and the Two of Wands

Two of Wands is attributed to the first decan of the fiery sign of Aries where the planet Mars is in Aries. The first decan of Aries starts from 21rst March and lasts till 30th March. Mars is the ruling sign of Aries and is at home here. Mars is the planet of confidence, aggression, sexuality, energy, strength, and ambition. When Mars is in Aries they are in perfect harmony but full of fiery passion and energies. There is no resistance and together they can move forward with confidence and assurance. So under the influence of Mars in Aries, ‘two of wands’ is a card of spontaneity, action, energies, and innovation.

Two of Wands and Kabbalah

The Two of Wands belongs to the Sefirot of Chokmah (Wisdom) in Atziluth. Atziluth is the world of creation and it is at the level of pure spirit. All the 2’s of minor arcana and the kings belong to this Sefirot. Chokmah is a Sefirot of Masculine energies and it is opposite to the Sefirot of Binah, which is pure feminine energy.

Two of Wands as a Person

If this card takes shape of people, they will be confident people who have achieved a certain place in their lives. They are full of passion and creativity and they are ready to execute the new ideas and implement the new fiery energy. These people have balanced emotions but they have high goals and ambitions. They analyze the situation and weigh their assets and then make the decision that how they want to proceed. These people have a good look at the future and they make their plans while keeping in mind their assets and their potential.

Two of Wands Card in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it might mean that now you should execute and carry out your ideas. This card might also show the presence of some supportive and stable partnership in your life. This is a card of progress and moving forward. You are already having growth and stability but you should further enhance your work and follow your passion. This card might also indicate an upcoming journey or travel.

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