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The Knight of Wands.
This has to be one of my favourite cards. If you find this card in you reading it’s a heads up for a dash of excitement. The Knight of Wands often signifies travel, a journey that takes you to fresh places where you will learn new things. This knight exudes energy, courage and creativity.
Overall this card always makes me think of speed, something happening in a hurry, and along with that there is a kind of reckless quality about it. You won’t hang about thinking through the situation or its implications because the Knight of Wands has the quality of impulsiveness to it. Some people are happy with that ‘devil may care’ attitude, but others find it rather scary. If you are someone who prefers to analyse things before you act this card can let you know you are in for a bit of a shake up.
Until now I have kept the qualities of the cards I’ve shown here at a fairly light level, but as I was asked about reverse card meanings and I’ve decided to include some of those meanings too.
Some people tend to think reverse card meanings are always bad, but they are not all bad news. Sadly, if you get the Knight of Wands upside down in a reading he can signify delays in your plans, frustrations and problems bringing an idea to fruition.
Do let me know what you think of my ideas about the Knight of Wands.
Many thanks for reading.