The Four of Wands card shows a couple dancing beneath a welcome wreath. The wreath is tied between four wands with crystal tips. The wreath thus tied forms a canopy of flowers over the couple.
This canopy is a reminder of wedding canopy - according to Jewish tradition such wedding canopy is known as chuppah. The whole scenario as such speaks of happy times where fulfillments of goals lead to satisfaction and contentment.
The background of the card depicts a large castle near which a group of people are standing. The castle is also decorated with flower, and this further reinstates the celebration factor. The crowd is suggestive of the general air of camaraderie.
Upright Position: This card indicates celebration and good times. It says that there would be a general harmonious environment. From the perspective of numerology, the number four is associated with stability. The card bears the message that the subject would see the lights of success as a reward of hard work - like a good harvest after a long season of laborious farming. So now is the time to relax and enjoy the fruits of labor in the company of near and dear ones. It may also suggest homecoming. The card also implies prosperity. The card may also represent partnership - either in business or in matrimony.
Reversed Position: Reversed the card says that even amidst success there may be something missing that is stopping the subject to enjoy the achievements full-fledged. There may be a feeling of insecurity. It teaches to accept that one has been blessed with.
|Tarot Horoscope||Tarot Card Decks||Tarot Card Meanings|
|Moon||Pope (‘Hierophant’)||Popess (‘High Priestess’)|
|Temperance||Maison Dieu (‘Tower’)||Wheel of Fortune|