4 of Wands


Jupiter in Aries attracts good fortune when they inspire others or take a position of leadership. They have the talent to attract many of the good things in life at a young age. They are the model of courage and enthusiasm. They do well when they can make new innovations.
Their lust for life drives them to go after what they desire. They see everything as an open door to opportunity. They are not averse to using a bit of aggression to get their opportunity. Tolerance, generosity and opportunism are part of their profile. They have such faith in themselves that they are not afraid to jump towards their goals. They can be larger than life, and a bit of a daredevil.
They identify so much with their own beliefs and perceptions that it may be a personal affront if others disagree with them. Jupiter in Aries is good at making their own opportunities. They do their best when taking calculated risks and thinking big. Trustworthy and honest, they are optimistic and they love nothing better than to improve themselves. When they work on themselves, they increase their luck. This in turn will lead to a better life. They are enterprising, direct and appreciate independence.
Jupiter in Aries adds excitement wherever they go, and inspire others to follow suit. They like to travel, and love new challenges that others think are impossible. They are dynamic and vigorous. They are great students and practitioners of philosophy, spirituality and education.
Jupiter in Aries may be a bit overconfident or careless with their finances or business. They are impulsive and this can overcome their common sense. When out of control, they can greedy snobs to take advantage of circumstances and feel superior to others. If they learn self control, they can greatly increase their good fortune. Wealth and power will come in a positive manner when they learn to treat them wisely. (Source: alwaysastrology.com)

Jupiter in Aries gives a high-spirited, energetic and ambitious mind, always on the lookout and alert for new and progressive methods usable for advancement in the world’s work, it makes a true pioneer, neither too conservative not too impulsive, a thoughtful, but sympathetic disposition, sincere, honest and trustworthy, somewhat religiously inclined. It gives some legal of literary ability and a love of out-door games with popularity in social and business circles. But if Jupiter is afflicted the mind is not so conservative and well-balanced. There is a tendency to rash and impulsive acts; impatience and temper are shown under adverse circumstances with a consequent loss of esteem and popularity. (Source: rosicrucian.com)

1st House, House of Self (Life). Ego. Beginnings and initiatives.Physical appearance, traits and characteristics. First impressions. General outlook into the world.

Jupiter in the First House when well-aspected is a good sign of health and general fortune in life. It gives a good-natured, kindly disposition, a nature which breathes cordiality, honor and uprightness. These people love pleasure, particularly out-of-doors, and are fond of traveling. They have considerable executive ability and are therefore sought for positions of importance and responsibility. There is an inclination to stoutness in later years. (Source: rosicrucian.com)

The number 3 – Jupiter, Reconciling/Intuitive (Fire)
Positive traits:
– Strong sense of order and values, balanced, dynamic, struggle against limits, accurate impressions and insights, an arbiter or mediator, never-ending optimism, happy and fun-loving, enjoys life fully, independent.
Negative traits:
– Scattered energies, exaggeration, unfinished projects, lack of direction, moodiness, self-centeredness, unemotional.

Crowley: Completion. This card refers to Chesed in the suit of Fire. Being below the Abyss, it is the Lord of all manifested active Power. The original Will of the Two has been transmitted through the Three, and is now built up into a solid system:-Order, Law, Government. It is also referred to Venus in Aries, which indicates that one cannot establish one’s work without tact and gentleness. The wands are headed by the Ram, sacred to Chesed, the Father-god AmounRa, as also to Aries; but at the other end of the wands are the Doves of Venus.
In the symbol, the ends of the wands touch a circle, showing the completion and limitation of the original work. It is within this circle that the flames (four double, as if to assert the balance) of the Energy are seen to play, and there is no intention to increase the scope of the original Will. But this limitation bears in itself the seeds of disorder.

Waite: From the four great staves planted in the foreground there is a great garland suspended; two female figures uplift nosegays; at their side is a bridge over a moat, leading to an old manorial house.
They are for once almost on the surface–country life, haven of refuge, a species of domestic harvest-home, repose, concord, harmony, prosperity, peace, and the perfected work of these. Reversed: The meaning remains unaltered; it is prosperity, increase, felicity, beauty, embellishment.

Fortune Telling with Playing Cards:
6 of Clubs – Financial aid or success.


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