We are going to look at the Knight of Wands.
So when you look at the Knight of wands, it is a really dynamic card. It is very expressive. You have this incredible image of a Knight.
He is riding this beautiful Unicorn. The Unicorn is rearing up in the air. It is a dark Unicorn. So you have a lot of meanings that are tied to the Unicorn world.
The Unicorns are a symbol of vision, they are a symbol of inspiration, they are a symbol of feeling inspired and feeling very focused.
So this knight is in the saddle on the back of the Unicorn. He is in control of his power and is using his power, rather that being out of control. So that when you look at him, he is secure in the saddle.
That tells me that he is really has a purpose for gathering up all the magicalness of this Unicorn and pushing forward for his vision.
The Knight of Wands is a vision questor. He has had a really inspired and incredible vision. So he has a dream, he feels the rightness of why he is doing what he is doing.
He is using all of this momentum, the strength, the energy of the power of the horse and the unicorn and he is directing all of this and he is making progress and he is excited to persevere and push forward.
He is holding in his hand the Ace of Wands. The Ace of wands is about having that dream and using that fiery energy to banish away anything that is in his way.
He is using the wand as a way to burn that obstacle away. So that he has the ability to create again. He is wearing this body armour, the armour is made out of a snake skin.
The body armour is made out of the scales of the snake , so this tells me he has transformed himself.
He is really aligned with the earth energy. Because a snake is very connected to the earth. They are right there on the earth all day long. They are very connected to the changes of the earth. They are able to roll with the times. They are able to shed there skin. Once they shed their skin they can grow more.
This is very telling to us, as we shed what is old and no longer working for us, we can evolve too.
(c) May, 2012