The Three of Wands card shows a man standing on the top of a hill. His back is turned. There are three wands around him that are firmly planted on the ground.
The man is holding one of the wands and is looking far away towards the distant horizons. The three wands that are planted on earth shows the man's commitment to the future and that he is down to earth and knows of all the pros and cons.
That he holds a wand also implies that he is firmly rooted to his ground. He sees things from an altitude and as such he can foresee what lies ahead and is well aware of all the impending challenges and as well as the opportunities.
Upright Position: This card indicates that the ideas and creativity that were so long in the mind of the seeker are soon to take a tangible form, thanks to the practical mind and detailed planning. All that the subject was aspiring for are well under way towards the finishing line and even more opportunities are expected to come in the way. Motivation and persistence would be the key to the steady progression. The card also indicates expansion - of knowledge in the form of higher education, of vision, and may also indicate an impending travel plan.
Reversed Position: Reversed, this card indicates trouble in materializing a plan. The subject may have embarked upon a journey, but the chances of it being a fulfilling one is minimal. It may also indicate short sighted planning and obstruction in travel plans.
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