Oct 23

Two of Wands


The Two of Wands is the second pip of The Suit of Wands. In some cases, “wand” has been replaced with batons, clubs, and staves. An easy way to sum up this card would be to listen to Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Clash. However, my posts never go the easy […]

Oct 23

Three of Wands Card


The Three of Wands is the third pip in the Suit of Wands. In older decks the card is a symmetrical pip, similar to French decks. Most pip cards in Latin decks look this way. But I mention it anyway for the sake of fairness. In the Rider-Waite deck, a man faces away from the […]

Oct 23

Four of Wands Card


The Four of Wands is the fourth pip in the Suit of Wands. The pip in the Latin decks are symmetrical like the ones preceding it. In the Rider-Waite deck, there are two figures in front of a castle. They stand between four wands decorated in garland. People are behind the two figures cheering and […]

Oct 23

Five of Wands Card


The Five of Wands is the 5th pip in the Suit of Wands. The Latin decks feature a fairly symmetrical design of five batons on the face of the pip. However, in the Rider-Waite deck the face features a design that may strike an initial “What in hell?” reaction. There are five figures, all holding […]

Oct 9

Eight of Wands Card


The Eight of Wands is the 8th pip in the Suit of Wands. In the Latin decks, there are eight wands symmetrically placed on the face of the card. The Rider-Waite deck shows what appears to be eight wands entering stage left. If you look closely, they seem to be thrown. They’re going downhill, the […]

Oct 9

Seven of Wands Card


The Seven of Wands is the 7th pip in the Suit of Wands. Latin decks feature seven wands on a symmetrical design similar to the French pips. The Rider-Waite deck shows an everyday man among a bunch of batons. He has one, presumably to be is original baton, hoisting it in the air above his […]

Oct 8

Six of Wands Card


The Six of Wands is the sixth pip in the Suit of Wands. In Latin decks, it is a pip with a symmetrical design of six batons. The Rider-Waite deck shows a scene of celebration. There is a group of people seemingly awaiting the man’s arrival. His baton is decorated with a small wreath.  Other […]

Sep 29

South Node in the 2nd House


Being born with the South Node in the 2nd house indicates that the native should change his attitude towards his money and belongings. The second house is ruling ownership, thus the South Node prompts the individual to break patterns that he developed in previous lives concerning this subject. As the Lunar Nodes are always opposing […]

Sep 26

North Node in the 8th House


Having your North Node in the 8th house of the natal chart automatically also means that the South Node is located in the 2nd house. This natal placement of the nodes indicates heavy emphasis on matters concerning your belongings, possessions and money. In addition, the axis shows that your life lesson also involves your attitude […]

Sep 26

Numerology Number 1


Number one has a very special place in numerology. As with all other numbers in this system, its appearance relates to its meaning; tall and prideful, setting firmly on the ground. The number one is the most masculine symbol in numerology; it is prideful, confident, and aggressive. It is the number of beginnings and of […]