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Six of Wands Universal Rider Waite

Six of Wands

 

Lord of Victory

 

Season: Mid-Summer

Dates: July 22-August 1

Astrological Correspondence: Jupiter in Leo

 

RWS

 

Six of Wands Description and Symbolism

 

A man is riding a white horse while the crowd of people walking next to him cheer him on. The man holds the highest wand while the rest of the wands are being held by the adoring fans. The man's wand is crowned with a laurel wreath tied with a red bow. He is certainly victorious for even his head is adorned with a laurel wreath.

 

Exoterically, his white horse is symbolic of purity and virtue. When we look upon the world we see white horses pop up in fairy tales, conjuring ideas about knights in shining armor riding white horses. Perhaps a knight on a quest who is honoring the age-old system of questing for fame, glory and the crown. The shadow side of this is found esoterically….

 

Esoterically, white horses represent the cyclic journey of life and death. More clarification can be made when compared the Six of Wands with RWS Death card. Anything exoteric requires each individual to look beyond superficial meaning and meditate on a deeper meaning from subconscious clues that are embedded deep within our culture and yet, outside of it too.

 

The horse is covered with an exaggerated green blanket, so that only the horses head is visible. There is an element of excess and extravagance due to the all encompassing blanket. This might be a subtle warning not to be so prideful and look at the situation clearly.

 

The Six of Wands has a dual meaning. The hero riding on the white horse cannot be a hero without the adoration from the crowd. If there isn't a crowd, then he's just a simple man on a horse.  Which one are you? Are you the person on the horse or are you one of the people in the crowd?

 

Six of Wands Interpretation and Divination

 

The Six of Wands signals victory. So if you are anxious about a court proceeding or want to win your lovers heart, know that you will be victorious.

 

The Six of Wands can indicate any kind of celebrations. You maybe a part of graduation parties and commencement celebrations.

 

The Six of Wands can indicate that you will be receiving a reward for good work that you have done.

 

The Six of Wands can make you feel really good about yourself. You may feel as if you have a lot of support from everyone around you. On the other hand, you could adore someone else where by adoring them makes you feel amazing.

 

Six of Wands in Love

 

The Six of Wands suggests that you may need someone that boosts your ego, while the other person is perfectly find doing the boosting and admirations. This is the fire of balance. You feed off each other energetically.

 

When the Six of Wands comes up in a love reading, you can expect a lot of sexual energy. There is passion and long nights spent in bed.

 

If you are asking about a romantic love interest, they really like you! You will soon have them as your own. The Six of Wands assures a victory.

 

Six of Wands as Feelings

 

You are feeling really, really good about yourself or someone! Everything is energetically charged with passion and adoration. You feel alive and on top of the world. If you are asking about what someone feels towards you, then the Six of Wands says that they really adore you and think you are really amazing.

 

Six of Wands Professions

 

Victor. Solider. Movie Star. Stage Hand.  Narcissist.

 

Six of Wands Reversed

 

The Six of Wands reversed suggests that there is a Trojan Horse effect. You maybe resting on your laurels when out of no where you lose your footing and are attacked. Be careful when the Six of Wands shows up reversed, it is a hollow victory, which warns of having a great distance to fall. Don't get to prideful.

 

The Six of Wands reversed can foretell of sexual victors where there are conquests involved. If you don't want a purely sexual relationship run the other way.

 

 

Six of Wands Card Combinations

 

Six of Wands and World:

   a. Awards and accolades

   b. When everyone adores you, you feel complete.

 

Six of Wands and Justice:

   a. Certain legal victory

 

Six of Wands and the Star:

   a. He thinks she is like a star, shinning on him all the time.

       She is the perfect person to him.

   b. Someone gets conquered by love

   c. She puts him on a pedestal.

   e. He/she has been after him/her for a long time and finally is

       victorious

   g. The sex is like the stars. It’s ecstasy.

   i. All good things come to those who wait.

   j. They love each other just as they are. It’s unconditional

      love.

 

Six of Wands and Knight of Wands:

   a. Sexual gratification

   b. Runs the chance of being sexual lewd or strangely creative. (rx)

 

Six of Wands and Ten of Cups:

   a. She gets what she wants: a happy home

   b. They have the perfect family balance where everyone loves the

       patriarch and he loves them

 

Six of Wands and Four of Pentacles

   a. You make his ego feel so good without him doing one thing in

       return.

   b. Withholding his love makes him feel like a powerful victor.

 

Six of Wands and King of Pentacles:

   a. He puts you on a pedestal. You win, his heart is yours

   b. Everyone at the boardroom loves him. They look up to

       him and admire him. His words and actions are followed

       and imitated. They can't do it without him and he can't do

       it without his loyal team.

 

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