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A Two of any suit indicates duality. The Two of Wands has strong ties to Planet Mars, the planet of drive and aggression. This card also strong ties to the Fire sign of Aries, which is matched to the card of The Emperor and is associated with fatherhood and leadership. The Wands suit would point towards a spiritual journey.

The Two of Wands depicts a man standing on the ramparts of a castle, holding a miniature Earth in his hands. The man is looking down upon the world, as if observing and analyzing. The world in his hands represents the unlimited potential he has. One hand rests on an upright wand, while the other is still on the castle wall. This shows that he is not packed and ready to leave the castle to begin his journey. He is still planning and observing.

Upright- Planning, travel, discovery

The first part of the journey of the Wands suit began with the Ace of Wands, with ideas and inspiration. The Two of Wands speaks to the next step, the planning stage. The theme of the Two of Wands card is decision making. You are beginning to set goals for yourself and make a plan to achieve them. In a relationship, this may speak to you being read to take the next steps into making plans for the future and discussing them with your partner. Or maybe in your professional life, you need to start thinking about the trajectory of your career and where you’d like to see yourself in a few years.

Reverse- Overanalyzing, fear of the unknown, sudden change

The Reversed Two of Wands speaks to a plan gone horribly awry. You may have made a plan or set goals in the past that haven’t worked out and they have made you afraid of moving forward. You may be too hurt from previous downfalls to try again. You are sticking to your comfort zone when stepping outside of it, may help you to reap larger benefits. Now is the time to build a plan of attack and set goals to move forward.

**In a yes/no reading, the Two of Wands is a maybe.

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