What does the page of wands tarot card mean?

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The page of wands is part of the Minor Arcana deck of tarot cards and is part of the Wands suit.

Keywords: Enthusiasm, discovery, adventure, free-spirited


The Page of Wands is represented by a fair-haired youngster who stands alone in front of a large, empty landscape. He is a creative, adventurous soul with a deep passion for life. Similar to The Fool, the Page represents new beginnings and a fresh start. He isn’t weighed down by material possessions or responsibilities and is free to roam wherever his heart may desire.

Drawing the Page of Wands indicates that you are feeling restless and feel the need to make changes in your life. You have a creative spark that you want to put into action, and you need to find a way to express yourself. Follow your heart and go after what it is that you want; this could be a new creative project or even a journey of some sort. If you have the desire to travel, this could be the best time to go for it.

Reverse Keywords: setbacks, irresponsibility, foolishness

Reverse Meaning

In reverse, the Page of Wands suggests that you may be rushing into projects or adventures with little thought or caution, and this could lead to trouble. You have possibly started a creative venture with no planning and are now paying for your lack of focus and direction. You may have acted a little immature and your eagerness has turned into impatience and foolishness. If you’re facing challenges due to a lack of sensibility, it’s time to take a breath and focus your attention. Direct your enthusiasm into a proper plan of action and take one step at a time instead of rushing into things head first.

Other Minor Arcana Cards (in the Wands suit)