Today’s tarot card for all readings comes from the Rider Waite Tarot Deck.
Eight of Wands
The Eight of Wands describes eight sticks soaring in the air with dizzying speed. This image shows changes, moves and travels. On the card, the background is very clear, showing that there are very few obstructions in your way and there is a beautiful and peaceful river that brings life to all things which are nearby.
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- The detailed description of the Eight of Wands
- Detailed meaning of the keywords of the Eight of Wands
- A few opposite Tarot cards to the Eight of Wands
- A few support Tarot cards for the Eight of Wands
- Upright meaning of the Eight of Wands: speed, action, air travel, movement, change fast
- Meaning of the Eight of Wands reversed: delay, disappointed, stagnation
- More Eight of Wands from Famous Tarot Decks
Sound: “ue” as the sound in “ee” or “ö”
Stands for: Turning point
Magick/Healing use: Revives former powers and helps assist in crises of healing.
Take things slowly and connect to the deep understanding of contemplation. The rune applies to healing and domestic arts.
home, creativity, healer, nurturing, caring
Grove, convergence, ecosystem, review, crossroads, harmony
Tree: Collection of various trees
Koad represents a point on the map of your life and cause to reflect on what got you there as well as where you are headed. Many factors conspired to bring you where you are today. An entire ecosystem exists in and around you that is as unique as a fingerprint. This ecosystem is neither entirely good nor entirely bad, which is why this Ogham and the rest of the Forfedha (Oir, Uilleand, Phagos, and Mor) are too complex to be read as well or ill-dignified. Koad is one particular harmony/dissonance at this point in your life. If your life is going well in some respects, this could mean a feeling of competence and capability or a feeling of love and being loved. If you are in a time of stress, Koad may represent the s**tstorm whirling around you. Or all of the above could be going on at once.
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This is the freedom lover. The number five is an intellectual vibration. These are “idea” people with a love of variety and the ability to adapt to most situations. Ruled by Mercury.
Keywords: adaptable, freedom-loving, romantic, resourceful, witty, fun-loving, curious, flexible, accommodating. If expressed negatively, non-committal, irresponsible, inconsistent.
As lovers: These lovers are generally attractive to others, as they are adaptable, curious, and friendly. Their wit and love of fun is unmistakable. In order to be happy in love, they need some level of change and variety. They also require mental stimulation. They are quick to adapt to ups and downs, but when under-stimulated, they can be inconsistent and resisting of making commitments.
Animal Spirit Guide and/or Helper
Raccoon meanings and symbolism include disguise, trickery, adaptability, dexterity, resourcefulness, and training. In this post, you’ll learn about raccoon symbols and meaning and the raccoon spirit animal. Plus, you’ll learn about the raccoon in cultural mythology and more.
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- What does a raccoon symbolize?
- Etymology of the Word Raccoon
- Detailed Racoon Symbols and Meanings
- Raccoon Mythology and Folklore
- Native American Raccoon Meanings
- Raccoon in Natchez Culture
- Choctaw Raccoon Meanings
- Abenaki Tribe: Azeban the Trickster
- Biblical Meaning of the Raccoon
- Japanese “Raccoon”: The Tanuki
- China: The Red Panda
- Raccoon Spirit Animal
- Raccoon Power Animal
- Raccoon Totem
- Raccoon Dream Meaning
- Raccoon Tattoo
- Organizations that Protect Raccoons