The Six of Wands card is also known as the victory card. The card depicts a man is riding a white horse amidst a group of cheering people.
The man is wearing a victory wreath around his head suggestive of the fact that he has conquered something and is now celebrating his victory. The rider holds a wand in his hand which is also decorated with a wreath - this further emphasizes upon his success.
The white horse personifies purity and strength - two essential requirements in a victory. The cheering crowd is a symbolic representation of public recognition of the man's achievement. The man does not hesitate to flaunt his success and surely feels good to have his victory recognized.
Upright Position: The victory card in a reading is always considered as a very positive omen. It brings the news of overcoming any challenges that the seeker may have been facing and also bears the news of impending success. Traditionally, this card speaks of good news and imbibes hope of fulfillment of desires and expectations. The crowd in the background suggests that the action of the subject is universally endorsed and recognized.
Reversed Position: When reversed this card predicts delay in achieving goals. It may also indicate failure of a project. The cause of failure is not any fault of the subject, but more likely than not the error of her/his subordinates. This may also be a warning that the people the subject is working with are not trustworthy and can betray at any moment. There may be a general feeling of dismay, disloyalty and resentment.
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