Page of Wands
The Page of Wands has strong ties to Mars, the planet of drive and aggression. The Page of Wands is also tied to the Fire sign of Aries, which is matched to the card of The Emperor and is associated with fatherhood and leadership. The Wands suit would point towards a spiritual journey.
The Page of Wands shows a man holding a long wand in both hands, that’s sprouting leaves from the time. This symbolizes new ideas and growth. The background appears to be very barren and mountainous. Remembering that mountains represent struggles, this shows that the Page has the ability to find inspiration in the most tumultuous of environs.
Upright- Adventure, excitement, inspiration
When you are presented with the upright Page of Wands, adventure is just around the corner. He is filled with youthful exuberance. Take this time to adventure, whether it be finding a new hobby or trying a new food. You may be feeling restless and your creativity is begging for a new outlet. The Wands suit generally points towards a spiritual journey. Seeking new spiritual guidance may be part of this journey for you. The path is totally open to you and you can continue to forge your own path ahead.
Reverse- Hasty, tantrums, creative blocks
The Page of Wands reversed takes on a less practical and more excessive side. You may be filled with creative energy and starting multiple projects without finishing them. How many projects or business ventures have you started only to come up empty-handed? If you’re seeking advice for your love life, this card reversed can tell you that you’re dating quite a bit without finding anyone suitable for a long-term commitment. Or in a committed relationship, things have become superficial and lackluster. Whether you’re looking to improve your love life, fiscal situation or career, the advice is the same. The Page of Wands wants you to focus your energy and take everything in moderation. If you can manage to focus your creative energy, you would be a force to be reckoned with.
**In a yes/no reading, the Page of Wands is a yes.