Four of Wands

Four of Wands

The fours stand for structure. The wands are creative, irrepressible energy that will not be held back. In the card we see people outside, ecstatic and celebrating their freedom. They have left their walled city, their spirit and courage taking them from a defensive structure to an open one.

In readings, this card often represents events and experiences that generate excitement. It can signify surprises, spontaneous gestures or planned events such as weddings.

Reversed, the happiness, freedom and joy are still evident, just not so powerful or obvious. Or it could mean that it is unorthodox!

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