Tarot Card of the Week: The Four of Wands

The Four of Wands — The Lord of Perfected Work
Numerical Value: 4

Divinatory Meaning
Upright — The fruits of one’s labour, hard work resulting in the successful completion of a project. This is the card of the professional man: an innovator or renowned designer. The establishment of culture, refinement, charm, attractiveness and splendour. Depending upon the surrounding cards, there is a possibility of romance.
Ill Dignified or Reversed — Happiness that is unorthodox in nature. A life ruled by superfluous and artificial constraints and rules. Tradition which leads to innate snobbery and superiority and exceptional and profound reliance upon ceremony, decorum and routine. A period of respite before successfully concluding a project.

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About Cassandra

Merry meet, my name is Cassandra and I am a Witch who began her Magical Path in the autumn of the year 2011. If you want to learn more about me and my Magic, visit my blog Book of Shadows. Blessed be.
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2 Responses to Tarot Card of the Week: The Four of Wands

  1. Ms. Lilypads says:

    I didn’t know whether or not the link to Laurie Cabot’s video would show up, but I found the video on YouTube. Type in Laurie Cabot’s Store by Laurie Cabot Official. In the video she gives a tour of the items in her store and some background into on the items. She shows off her scrying mirrors, crystals, potions, etc. and bos. The bos was beautiful, and I bet it carried a price tag to match. The store was called The Cat, The Crow, and The Crown.

    I’m still enjoying your posts, oh by the by.

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