What is the meaning of symbols in Six of Wands Tarot Card?
The Six of Wands is a card of victory, success, glory and “national recognition”, and hence joy, satisfaction. To be absolutely precise, it represents the announcement of success, the declaration of victory.
The Six of Wands Tarot card by Ryder Waite depicts a young man riding a white horse, a symbol of purity and strength. A laurel wreath is tied to his staff with a red ribbon. The rider and his horse are surrounded by people who accompany him with honor. The Six of Wands may seem like a simple card for victory, success, and good news after a fight. However, the rider does not look at other people, he looks towards the distant horizon. He knows that he cannot rest on the laurels of past successes, he must think about ways to overcome future challenges and conflicts.
A well-dressed rider carries a staff high, topped with a festive laurel wreath. This is the Triumphant, a man who achieved his goal, brilliantly completed the most difficult task. He also personifies the messenger of good news.
Red and Yellow Robe
Red is the color of the heart, yellow is the color of the Sun. It symbolizes a full-blooded life, will, passion with a clear head, wisdom.
Horses in general are symbols of power, control, and speed. White color speaks of the nobility of a material or spiritual nature.
Bright Horse Outfit
The horse’s festive equipment enhances the joyful mood and gives additional prestige to the rider and the procession. Green suggests novelty, surprise and renewal.
Green Color Blanket
Personalizes development and growth.
The victory depicted on the card has affected everyone. Each team member is improved as a result of individual success, and abundance can be divided equally. This is the help and moral support of the environment – friends, relatives, team.
The suit of Wands has traditionally been associated with fire and is associated with mental activity, learning, willpower, decision-making, strategy, and dreams.
A symbol of purity, carelessness, lightness and clear consciousness.
It is part of the heavenly kingdom, surpassing the four material elements and the single element of space / time. The number Six also symbolizes reconciliation, so it is obvious that your relationship will improve and reflect this ability to balance.
The Six of Wands may seem like a simple card for victory, success, and good news after a fight. However, the rider does not look at the audience, he looks towards the distant horizon. Although he has succeeded in some endeavors, this is not the end of his journey. He knows that he cannot rest on the laurels of past successes, he must think about ways to overcome future challenges and conflicts. This card often reminds us that success is very rarely an individual achievement. It takes the efforts of many people for a person to have the means and opportunities.
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Page of Swords
Knight of Swords
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