Discover what king of wands card symbolizes based on its upright and reversed positions.
The King of Wands is an epitome of a brilliant, strong-willed and ambitious leader. He exemplifies a charismatic authoritarian figure who likes to go through adventures, challenging trails and other vigorous adventures.
He also embodies the figure of an arbitrator and mediator due to his adeptness and proficiency in dispute resolution. In this card, an image of a king can be seen sitting on an elegant throne.
He is dressed in an attractive orange robe which is similar to that of a flame, a yellow cape adorned with pictures of salamanders and lions and a crown shaped like tongues of fire. Like its burning flames, it stands for the blazing drive and strength to overcome and surpass any challenges that he may encounter along the way.
He is also holding a beautiful wand which represents passion, inspiration and creativity.
The King of Wands Card in Upright symbolizes pure and intense energy. He is known to be a rational thinker and a quick decision maker so that when he thinks of a brilliant idea, there is a tendency to implement it immediately.
You might be just like the king— a person who instantly makes proper judgments when put in a situation to do so. With your authoritarian and stern stance, you are born to be a great leader and commander.
You are also capable of transforming each plan or goal into reality. These qualities will be your stepping stone towards success and progress.
In the upright position, the King of Wands exhibits both the ability to accomplish anything with the requisite will. This means that if you’re planning something that’s particularly big in your relationship (milestones such as having new children, moving to another house or simply changing your status from single to taken come to mind), then by the power of the Suit of Wands, it will be realized.
All you need to do is dream big and of course, act on your desires for one another. All will be accomplished in due course if you simply try.
The inherent property of the wand being a symbol of ability and the King being a figure of great respect and magnitude makes the King of Wands a highly suitable card for people seeking wealth. In your case, either you are the capable leader or you are under the tutelage of someone who is, meaning that you are actively learning the skills you’ll need to manage your own set of teammates one day.
In addition, you are an astute learner, saving up constantly and taking down notes on how to resolve workplace conflicts. A bright future is ahead!.
When the King of Wands is placed in the reversed position, your trait of making decisions at a snap may be construed negatively. This means that you have the tendency to be haughty and arrogant when formulating judgments.
You go unbothered or unheeded by anyone when you really feel like making a choice. Nothing can stop you when confronted with the extreme urge to do so.
This leaves you with the impression of being overly dominant, selfish and conceited towards others.
The reverse suggests withholding your biggest decisions for another time due to more recent, challenging circumstances. For example, thinking about getting a car for your family this month may not be in your best interests because of more pertinent expenses.
At which point, the best thing that you and your partner can do is have a solid savings plan and making sure that everything is in order first before you start pursuing big things. The same holds true for any other milestone: being ready is important above all else, so make sure you’re not making any sudden moves.
In the reversed position, the King of Wands symbolizes the dangers of dictatorial rule in financial matters. Listening to no one else but yourself makes you dangerously predictable, allowing not only other people to take advantage of you, but also causing you to be completely dependent on your own foresight-- which at this point may not be worth much.
As such, when the worst happens later on, you will be totally unprepared. Arrogance and pride often bring nothing but total ruin, and unless this lesson gets through to you, you will have to walk where all other dictators have-- downwards.