About Page of Wands
Meaning in Tarot
The following is an account of the page of swords as if spoken in first person. I thought it would be a neat way to gain better and personal understanding of this card's personality. Hope you like the perspective!
"I am the Page of Wands and this is my story.
I am here to remind you that intelligence is not always gained from age or experience. I have a naturally bright mind, and a clairvoyance that sees quite clearly. Don't let my youth belie my acumen.
My perceptions are uncanny in their accuracy. My opinion should be asked in creative endeavors. Be sure to ask me what I see in the future about these projects too.
Personality traits at the heart of the Page of Wands Tarot card meaning:
I'm usually grounded, but have high ideals. This makes me somewhat contradictory. You will also observe I am impulsive and impetuous. I sometimes need to be reminded of my roots, and need to be brought back down to earth.
I look to nature and authority figures whom I respect for guidance. But I cannot be ruled, contained or stereotyped. Once you try to label me, I am impossible to communicate with.
And speaking of communication, this is my favorite mode of expression. I love to speak in public. I could talk for hours about my ideas and my innovative visions. I am a chatty friend who carries the conversation for you. And, in matters of relationships and friendships, I am loyal and steadfast to my loved ones.
I am every bit the visionary. I am always looking to the east because I love starting new journeys and initiating new ideas. However, don't ask me to stick to something for the long-term though. I'm better off unfettered and free like the wind.
As the ever-restless Page of Wands, I love new places, the exotic the better. I make an excellent travel companion because I will open your eyes to new avenues of intrigue and delight. I require meager accommodations too because I am resourceful and can figure out how to meet my own needs. Just point me in a direction and I'll have food, a bed and the next adventure in mind before the sun shines on the next new day.
Although resourceful, this is not to say I am frugal. I love extravagance, and can be flamboyant as well as a free-spender. I need help when it comes to financial planning.
When you look in my eyes you see great whirlpools of exuberant greens and changeable hazels. My looks are beguiling, I have a softness about my features and movements that is enchanting. In spite of my youth, I seem ageless, as if I was born an old soul but live in a young body.
When I show up in your cards, consider me a muse. I deliver messages from foreign realms, and I will smile while watching you decrypt my news with your logical mind (because I'm encourage you to decipher my speeches with your creative mind).
Nevertheless, I will sharpen your mind with prompts of imagination and humor. When you see me in the cards, get ready to have the fires of your higher creativity flair back to life."
Symbols the Page of Wands points out to your attention:
Symbolic meaning of feathers deal with higher thought. They may also point to ascension and spiritual evolution to a higher plane. Feathers were worn by the page of wands symbolizes communication with spirit energies, and expresses intuitive wisdom. Literally, we can recall the adage of "quite a feather in his/her cap" which means an accomplishment or success that looks very well on one's record or puts one in high standing.
With symbol meanings of renewal, vision, enlightenment, and rebirth, the lizard makes its appearance on the male court cards in the suit of rods. The lizard (or salamander in some renditions) suns itself on these cards to signify the importance of vision in the midst of action. In fact, in ancient times (particularly in alchemical lore), it was believed that the lizard renewed its sight by looking into the sun. A symbol of demure perspective in the face of monumental physical force - the lizard is a tiny reminder that big results come from small, conscious efforts. See other lizards skittering across the Tarot cards.
Seen on many of the cards, mountain symbol meanings deal with triumph, challenge, attainment, and realization. Mountains also represent timelessness and an endurance that is infinite. When those mountains peak out of the cards into our attention, we may consider the vastness of our universe, and contemplate our place within it. We may also want to consider the heights to which we are climbing, and what the realization of our goals may mean for us and those around us. Note, these mountains have also presented themselves as pyramids to my eyes. If you see pyramids as a key symbol in the page of wands, it may indicate industry and creative productivity. It may also indicate a need to honor your creative side, and focus on artistic skills.Climb other mountains in the cards.
Questions the page of wands will ask you:
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