Day three: Eight of Wands.
The vast majority of the specialists consider the Eight of Wands the easier to read Tarot card. Its general significance is motion and change. More specifically represent a sudden change.
Although these changes may appear sudden and unexpected, actually they represent the natural dynamics of the life: one day we are up, next day will be down, just like the motion of the wheel.
The cards’ Major Arcane patron is The Wheel. The Wheel represents major changes on a global level. The Eight of Wands represents consistent changes in our current way of life. In both cases, these are changes coming from the outside, not changes we choose to do.
Generally speaking, if everything were all right until now, some problems would emerge, respectively if someone had a rough time, that will change and better days can be expected.
The Eight of Wands is the card of dynamic motions, may represent a change in our way of seeing things, a change of perspective, but also can represent that we are moving into a new home or a new city further away. Can represent the change of our job, but also a journey far away.
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(Excerpt from the booklet “The Unified Esoteric Tarot – General introduction and Guidebook” by Attila Blága. Full or partial use of this text for commercial or non-commercial distribution by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited unless expressly authorised by the author.)
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