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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I keep getting 7 of wands in tarot reading?

What does this tell me? I’m relatively new to tarot, and not sure what it means that I continue to get this card.

Answer by Auroch
Gosh – that’s 7 levels of meaningless.

Answer by Mark IX
Oh My God! What you have there is what we in saneland call a coincidence.

Answer by cactus p
You are probably going to die.

Edit: You Are Definitely going to in two days to two years; live it up while you can.

Answer by Llama P!mp
Sigh… did you know that tarot cards were made to just be playing cards? Sigh.

And it doesn’t mean much. The chances of you getting the same card over and over again are pretty high. Just count how many different cards you have, and how many you pick each time.

Oh Aurock, you make me giggle.

Answer by lazyslacker013
it means you’re doing too many readings of yourself. The information didn’t change and you’re just killing time. The card doesn’t mean that, the fact that you try often enough to notice recurrences does.

Answer by Autumn
It means that you are on the defense about something and you need to stand your ground and fight for what you believe is right.

Answer by robin_lionheart
According to Wikipedia, cartomancers commonly interpret Seven of Wands to mean “a testing time calling for courage and tenacity for long-term success”. Though you could read any meaning you want into it.

But actually, it’s just a coincidence, possibly exaggerated by paying more attention to layouts where it came up, and ignoring layouts where it did not. Tarot are just playing cards for tarock, with no special metaphysical significance or power.

Answer by Faithful Psychic
I happen to be an actual psychic and find what card you keep getting very interesting. Please contact me and i will give you a full explanation of what that means. Also i have a few questions reguarding the card and the reading your getting from it.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I keep getting 7 of wands in tarot reading?

What does this tell me? I’m relatively new to tarot, and not sure what it means that I continue to get this card.

Answer by Josechua
Wow, you keep getting the same cards that amazing. I wished to help you but I can’t.

Answer by Gabbi
representations of pulling the VII of Wands tarot card:

opposing cards (some possibilities):
High Priestess- being passive, holding back
Hanged Man- waiting, letting go
Three of Pentacles- teamwork

reinforcing cards (some possibilities):
Five of Wands- opposition, fighting
Nine of Wands- defending your position, refusing to yield
Five of Swords- conflict, “me-against-them” mentality

the Seven of Wands is all about taking a stand, or a forceful act that changes the energy flow of the world for good or ill. most of the time we flow with our lives as if on a river, events and feelings carrying us forward with little effort. though sometimes we are not content to drift. we want to resist the flow, or change its course entirely.

the figure on the Seven of Wands appears to be in a battle. he’s either attacking or under attack, probably both. when we decide to take a stand, we set in motion an energy of resistance. when we take up a firm position, others do the same. this card stands for aggression and defiance because they are two sides of the same coin. you attack, your opponent defends. he counterattacks, you defend.

some battles are worth fighting, others just cause trouble. if you are involved in a conflict, ask yourself if it’s worth the struggle. whether it’s even that important, holds any value, or whether it serves you or others. if so, be bold and aggressive. defend your position. refuse to yield. if not, then consider letting the conflict go. Be honest with yourself about this. You will be tempted to hold onto your position, especially if you have invested much time and energy into it. don’t let battle lines be drawn unless the war is worth fighting.

this card can also indicate strong convictions. in order to take a firm stand, you must believe in your position and yourself. you’ll need integrity and strength of character to see you through. if your cause is just, use the energy of this card to make a difference.

Answer by Wiki
Many people will answer talking about a specific deck: the rider waite deck.

And this is the card:

Have you used that deck?
If no, I think these are wrong answers.
In fact the Tarot was born centuries before that deck!!!

So, only a card, can’t give you soo many information.

What we know is that:
– The suit of Wands represents action and initiative.
– The 7 represents an unstable situation, a change (because an odd number).

These are the information you can gain from the true history of the Tarot (no more).

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Tarot Reading for February 24, 2013 – Intuitive, Psychic and Clairvoyant Insight

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