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Five of Wands

The Five of Wands is the fifth card in the suit of Wands in the Minor Arcana.

Card meaning

The card typically depicts five individuals, each holding a wand, engaged in a chaotic and unorganized struggle or competition against each other. It represents conflict, disagreement, and competition. The background usually appears unsettled, further emphasizing the chaotic energy.

The Five of Wands symbolizes conflict, tension, and competition. It’s indicative of situations where multiple forces or people are at odds with each other. It can signify internal struggles, disagreements, or just a healthy competition. It represents challenges faced and the need to assert oneself.

Face conflicts head-on, but seek understanding and compromise where possible.

The Five of Wands describes someone who is competitive, assertive, possibly confrontational, or experiencing internal or external struggles.

Fool card about Feelings

(Relationship, Love)

In romantic readings, this card points to conflicts and disagreements within a relationship. It can suggest power struggles or clashing egos, but it can also signify playful competition or a need to establish boundaries.

Card about Health

Health-wise, this card indicates potential stress or mental struggles. It can also refer to competition in sports or pushing oneself physically, possibly too hard.

Tarot Card in Finances

Regarding finances, the Five of Wands warns of potential disputes over money, competition in the marketplace, or challenges in maintaining financial stability. It urges careful navigation of financial disputes.

Jobs: Roles related to this card could be competitive fields like sales, sports, debate teams, or any job where there's a high level of competition or need for mediation.
General meaning: Conflict, Competition, Struggle, Tension, Disagreement, Assertion, Challenge, Rivalry, Chaos, Disarray.
Places: Places of competition like sports arenas, debate halls, busy marketplaces, or anywhere there's a sense of rivalry or conflict.

Reversed Card

When reversed, the Five of Wands suggests avoiding conflict, internal harmony, or the resolution of disagreements. It can also indicate suppressed tension.

Numerological vibration : 5
Card number: 5
Type pf Suit: Wands
Other names: The Five of Wands can sometimes be referred to as "The Lord of Strife" in certain tarot traditions.

Remember to have your own interpretation. Focus and feel individual energy that flows from the Tarot Card.