SEVEN OF WANDS in The RIDER WAITE Deck of Tarot Cards
Battles, unfair numbers, in control, on top of situation/
A figure holding a wand stands on a hill and is battling with 6 other wands from unseen people. He is on top of the situation and is battling from a strong vantage point.
He is wearing a shoe and a boot. The foot with the boot is in water, which signifies mastery over the emotions.
This is a card of ongoing battling. It can be a warning not to get involved with fighting other people’s battles unless it is really necessary.
This can be someone attacking you (not necessarily physically) or it can be you going into battle with other people. There are power struggles going on here and people may be trying to control you. You need courage in the face of adversity.
This can also be an unfair battle if you are having to deal with more than one person or issue at the same time. It is something you are doing on your own at the moment.
It may be something you have to fight on your own, or it may be telling you to get some support. This is a card of self defence and it may be necessary to defend your space or territory. Perhaps you need to put up boundaries and stand up for yourself.
You may need to defend your position and to stand up for what you believe in or know to be right. This is a card of aggression and defiance.
With abundant blessings.
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