What is the meaning of symbols in Ace of Wands Tarot Card?
The Ace of Wands symbolizes fire, growth, vitality. It is also a masculine principle, will, energy. It means not only fully conscious desires, but also sufficient strength to fulfill them. Feel free to get down to business, and luck will be yours.
Traditionally, the Ace of Wands by Ryder Waite illustrates on the Arcana a hand holding a wooden stick or club. Sprouted green leaves on it are the beginning, the birth of new, the potential for growth. You can also observe hills and mountains in the distance. They imply that there may be difficulties in the way to be overcome. The castle at the top symbolizes receiving a reward for your work. But clouds are of particular importance, which are associated with sacrament or secrecy.
Hand Coming Out of a Cloud
Symbolizes the gift of Heaven. It is also an impulse, a use of chance.
Shining Around The Hand
A symbol of energy of Fire. It illuminates future prospects. Also signifies ingenuity and creation.
It symbolizes the emerging creative fire, a lighthouse. The tree is a divine source of energy. Also signifies strength, growth and vitality.
Shoots and Leaves
They symbolize the opportunities granted by the Ace of Wands. Some of the leaves have flown around – this means that opportunities may be missed.
They symbolize mystery, ambiguity, something hidden.
Fortress on Mountain Top
It personifies the possibilities given by the Ace of Wands, the goals of which we can achieve with the help of the creative energy of Fire. But you still need to climb to the top, and then take the fortress. But first you have to cross the river. It is also a symbol of security, hearth, reliability.
They symbolize challenges, acquisitions, hopes, achievements. They also serve as a reminder that only we can change our attitude to our problems.
Mountain and River
They symbolize the efforts that need to be made to realize the plan.
It symbolizes movement, direction, continuity of the process of change, the flow of our life and thoughts. It also means opening up new horizons, big challenges.
Three trees serve as a symbol of the family (parents and a child who eventually separates and goes his own way). It is also a symbol of self-realization, procreation, independence and community.
A wand is made up of one branch, but trees are made up of many, so don’t limit yourself.
In a positive sense, it means neutrality, restraint, calmness, objectivity. In a negative sense, this is apathy, unconsciousness and disinterest.
The Ace of Wands is the art of creativity and new beginnings, it involves some kind of big change: a new career, a new business or a radical change in lifestyle. This card can herald an inheritance, a new direction in your personal relationship, or the birth of a child.
Discover the symbolism of other Minor Arcana:
Suit of Swords
Ace of Swords
Two of Swords
Three of Swords
Four of Swords
Five of Swords
Six of Swords
Seven of Swords
Eight of Swords
Nine of Swords
Ten of Swords
Page of Swords
Knight of Swords
Queen of Swords
King of Swords