My Tarot Reading

Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Fri Apr 24 08:31:24 EDT 2015

Today’s Card
Five of Wands (Upright)

Five magnificent dragons are being flown into battle through the clouds. Each of the dragon’s riders carry a blooming wand of hawthorn. One dragon is purple, to represent spirit; there is a blue dragon for water, a solid green dragon for earth, a gold and green dragon for air, and a bright red dragon to represent the element of fire. The riders’ vastly different appearances offer a clue to this card’s true meaning. Some of these riders are in armor and seem very intense, with aggressive postures, while two others seem to be more leisurely flying in, as if to see what all the ruckus is about. This is a personality clash and a skirmish. Dragons have a reputation for being fierce and ferocious but also wise and magickal all at the same time. Besides the usual elemental association of fire, the five dragons are also linked to each of the four natural elements, including a fifth element, that of spirit.

Meanings

When the Five of Wands soars into your reading, it shows that minor annoyances and petty arguments need to be dealt with. There are different opinions all wanting to be heard. This card symbolizes bickering between coven mates, friends, or coworkers. This card tells you that challenges are ahead and that you will need to be very clear in communicating your goals and desires to another. There may be petty troubles at your job or a little healthy competition. Put your game face on and put some effort into your problem solving, and you will see positive results.

Keywords: Competition, conflict, disagreements, challenges. Petty squabbling at work or within the coven. Put some effort into your problem solving to see positive results.

Reversed: Rivalry, disruption to your plans. Serious personality clashes or jealousy within your coven. Severe conflict at your place of employment. Power plays.

Presented by The Witches Tarot app from The Fool’s Dog.

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