The suit of wands represents aspirations and ambitions that may or may not be brought to life or succeed. The Wands represent the passion, enthusiasm and motivation generated within people that’s associated with adventures and endeavours.
The Wands suit is full of potential and energy. The passion ignited in the Subject can compel them to move forward in a new, different direction or even to become someone or something entirely different. This is the suit of opportunity, journeys and travels.
Not all ideas or opportunities will work or succeed, though. It is important to find balance. On the one hand, the Subject needs to utilise their creative and adventurous side in order to get the most out of life and its experiences. On the other, the person being read for needs to exercise general common sense by judging each potential opportunity or venture on its individual merit.
The situations and people portrayed by the Wands are immensely creative and capable; they will take on any task or situation before them and are not discouraged easily. They are innate leaders who are able to inspire and charm people around them. They make good sales-people and will be able to bring an army of supporters and followers on board for any project or venture.
The more negative traits of Wands people is that they can be flighty and whimsical and no one person, or relationship, is exempt from that. They’re impulsive and their continual drive toward new adventures, situations and people can get them into hot water and annoy the people close to them who feel a keen responsibility to try keep them grounded.