The scene of the card portrays a young man who is standing in the middle of a barren wilderness. The man is extremely well dressed. The shirt of the man has motif of salamanders all over it.
Salamanders are mythical creatures that are associated with fire and change. The man holds a wand in his hands that has green leaves growing out if it - the greenness symbolizes fertility and creation. The man speaks aloud to himself of his dreams and desires.
He is looking up that is also a sign that he is aiming high. That he cannot keep his ideas within himself indicate the nascent stage of his thought process and also that he thinks for the moment only.
Upright Position: In a reading this card is associated with change and creativity. However, there is nothing planned about it - it is all about a spark of impulse. The Valet is passionate about life although he is not much experienced in the matters of the world. He acts as a catalyst to bring about change in situations where otherwise a change seems impossible. There is an innate restlessness about the Valet which is the result of all the energy and zeal that he has been blessed with. His appearance in a reading often suggests that the subject is about to experience something new or that someone new may enter her/his life. It may also be suggestive of good news that he brings to the subject that is a pleasant surprise.
Reversed Position: When reversed in a reading the card suggests that the subject has often tried her/his hands on new projects but perhaps not succeeded at most times. This is mostly because although the project is started with much enthusiasm there is lack of foresightedness and planning - it is all about impulse and spark and less about method and organization.
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