It can also represent holiday romances and long distance relationships. The Three of Wands is a card that means success is on its way. You should be feeling fortunate and adventurous when it appears in your spiritual Tarot spread. The best position for the Three of Wands is the Future. It will take an analysis of the cards surrounding the Three of Wands. When planning, add buffer time, so external problems don‘t adversely affect you. © 2020 Biddy Tarot. In a general context, the Three of Wands represents moving back home, returning from travels and homeland. It’s possible that you did not adequately prepare for the challenges on your path, or you were unrealistic about the risks associated with your plans. Some women getting tarot readings find out that men who seem overly macho on the surface are often much more committed to being your protector than they ever imagined. The Empress is a card that signifies gathering all the good things in life in one place, as one person, for one purpose. In a spiritual context, the Three of Wands reversed indicates that you are feeling frustrated with your lack of spiritual progress at the moment. From this height, he sees all that lies ahead. It tells you that fortune favours the brave. An exciting card in any Tarot Reading is the Three of Wands. The Three of Wands depicts a man in red and green robes standing on a cliff with his back turned. He has left the comfort of the castle in the Two of Wands and is now in a vast open space, looking out over the sea to distant mountains. Three of Pentacles - planning, preparing for the future DESCRIPTION. A few Pentacle cards showing up with the Three of Wands indicates that a money situation is likely to get more hopeful. Travel, moving abroad, foreign land, foresight, forward planning, moving forward, self-confidence, self-belief, freedom, success, happy with choices/outcome, hard work paying off, experiencing life, spreading your wings, adventure, long distance/ travel romance, fortune favours the brave, overseas trade/expansion, growth. Depending on the surrounding cards and question, travel may be related to holidays, business or re-location. The Three of Wands also brings your attention to the changes and challenges that lie ahead. The Three of Wands makes the seeking and acquisitiveness of The Empress a purpose-driven journey. Major Arcana cards are superior to the Minor Arcana. Three wands stand firmly planted in the ground, reflecting his commitment to his plans. With our tool ( calculator ), you will be able to find or … A golden ocean shows a few ships returning from distant lands. A bright yellow sky is the main backdrop. Got questions? The Three of Wands is a card that almost always represents the person receiving the reading. The cards of the Tarot tell a story and where the Two of Wands was indicating a need for planning before the adventure begins, the Three of Wands indicates that you are closer to your destination and that the end is in sight. You may simply be looking at options for working abroad or considering other countries you could work in or you may be sent on a business trip abroad. Given the image of land and sea, the Three of Wands can sometimes point to travel, especially overseas or over a body of water. Given the man in this card can see far into the distance, then you are likely to be already aware of the upcoming developments and obstacles and can prepare for them ahead of time. From his high vantage point, he can see all that lies ahead, including any upcoming challenges and opportunities. Swords avoid tangible accomplishments. It can indicate hard work paying off, success and being happy with your choices or the outcome of your situation. It is a Minor Arcana card of self-confidence, self-belief, spreading your wings and experiencing life. Three of Wands or Three of Batons is a playing card of the suit of wands. It’s time to spread your wings and fly. The Ultimate Guide to Tarot. As predecessors, Sword cards are legendary in their power to be the spark of an idea that can be discussed until it is a plan that can be put into action. All prices in USD. He has left the comfort of the castle in the Two of Wands and is now in a vast open space, looking out over the sea to distant mountains. You may also explore international job opportunities. The high perch of the man in the card is a metaphor for grasping the big picture. It is a good omen for psychic development as it represents foresight. Knowing whether this is a rational judgment or blind optimism can be ascertained. It can also represent being unhappy with the speed at which your recovery from an illness is progressing, be patient with your body, it will come back to full strength in its own time. The Three of Wands reinforces the desire of The Empress for abundance. The Three of Wands reversed indicates that you have attempted to embark on your journey of personal development but did not accomplish your goals. The Three of Wands is a very strong card for Travel especially if found with any of the following cards; Ace of Wands, Eight of Wands, Knight of Wands, Six of Swords and the Page of Swords reversed. This card also signifies lack of foresight or forward planning or holding on the past and being haunted by it. Two stand behind him. The Three of Wands assures that the Death Card signifies a crossing over to a better chapter in one’s life, unencumbered with the past. Similarly, the reversed Three of Wands can indicate that your plans might come to a grinding halt with unexpected delays and other frustrating obstacles. A Three of Wands is best paired with two Major Arcana cards: The Empress and Death. It encourages you to be adventurous and venture to unknown places to discover more about yourself and learn many new things along the way. Swords in a reading have a tendency to make the things you are optimistic about stay as ideas. A reading with the Three of Wands and many other Wands cards represents a time to seize career opportunities as a way up. The Three of Wands signals the many chances available to you to broaden your horizons through study, travel, business enterprise and learning. He watches three sailing ships pass by, symbolic of movement and progression. It can represent overseas trading or expansion. It is a Minor Arcana card of lack of confidence, self-doubt, frustration, clipped wings and shying away from life.