And the 29th, : I drew the two of wands.
|2 of Wands from Llewellyn Tarot, copyright Llewellyn, The Druidcraft Deck, by Phillip Carr-Gomm and Stephanie Gomm and the Smith-Waite Centennial Tarot by US Games|
This one was a new draw for me so I've not done much work at all with this card. I see it as a choice between the what the world wants of you, and what your dreams ( or intuition denoted by the crystal ball in the Llewellyn deck ) demands of you. Also, focus on that goal.
What the actual meaning is? OMG, it depends on where you look. Biddy Tarot's interpretation makes sense (and I swear I didn't look it up until after I wrote all the above down!) and the Druidcraft Tarot deck's book make sense (there, they say the two wands are seen as a doorway), but I also happened to read another book that says it means "be wary of a rich man". Okay, maybe? I can understand why someone might think that of the fella in the Smith-Waite card, but dude that's not the meaning I get what I see this at all. He reminded me more of a Magellan type than a mustache twirling money hungry fanatic out to ruin everything. I guess he could be be, but I don't see it. So that one just left me scratching my head. #tarotproblems
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