The World and Suit of Wands Tarot Combinations

Note: Meaning behind the tarot combinations greatly differ based on the order of the cards you receive. These interpretations are written for when you receive the World card as the ‘’clarifying’’ or the ‘’outcome’’ card, after the Wands.

The World and Suit of Wands Tarot Combinations

Ace of Wands and the World:

Ace of Wands symbolizes beginnings, and the World completion. So this combination represents a full cycle in your life- something that starts off with excitement and determination reaching a fulfilling conclusion. For example, Ace of Wands and World tarot combination as feelings can show someone who is passionate about taking things to the next level. There is a desire (Ace of Wands) to achieve wholeness (the World). With these cards together in your reading, outcome is most likely good.


Is it a yes or a no? Ace of Wands and the World combination is often a yes to success.


Two of Wands and the World:

Two of Wands shows a man that holds the world in his hands. Combined with the World card next to it- this is most likely a sign of success. Two of Wands can symbolize the planning stage. You may have two options available to you, and the World card as future/outcome shows that you will choose the most fulfilling one. For example, it may be a sign that you are expanding your career. Two of Wands and the World together as feelings can show someone who is waiting and anticipating to reach a satisfying outcome. Both cards also indicate travel.


Is it a yes or a no? Two of Wands and the World is most likely a yes if you are asking about expanding your life.


Three of Wands and the World:

This is a very good combination signifying growth and success, whether it is about your relationships, work, finances or health. Both cards indicate travel, so it can represent overseas opportunities at work, or a long distance relationship in your love life. Three of Wands as feelings show someone who is very focused and optimistic about their future, and the World card is their ultimate goal. This person is waiting for something or someone special and debating their options. In the end, they are getting what they want.


Is it a yes or a no? Three of Wands and the World tarot combination is a strong yes to your long term goals, travel and expansion ideas.


Four of Wands and the World:

First thing that comes to mind with this combination is marriage. With Four of Wands and World together in your reading, you are finding ultimate wholeness in your love life. If you are not asking about love, it can represent celebration and success. You may be laying down your foundations, reuniting with family and friends, having a party- in any case, you are feeling good about your accomplishments.


Is it a yes or a no? Four of Wands and the World is a very positive combination, indicating a strong yes to prosperity and wholesome unions.


Five of Wands and the World:

Five of Wands represents difficulties, competition and disagreements. Thankfully, the World card next to it in outcome/future position is a good sign that this situation is coming to a peaceful conclusion. When you draw these cards, you may be exhausted and frustrated of fighting for something, but the World shows that you are achieving what you want. Five of Wands and the World combination as feelings of someone can show an internal conflict, or an argument between the two of you. Alternatively, there may be a lot of people competing with each other or a third-party interfering in this connection. In any case, the World as the next card shows that in the end, this difficult chapter is closing.


Is it a yes or a no? Five of Wands and World is a yes to success, but not without a fight. There are some obstacles you need to go through before you achieve what you desire.


Six of Wands and the World:

Victory is at hand, the world is your oyster! This favorable combination is good news in anything you’ve been working on to achieve. It is also a sign of fame and good reputation. Six of Wands and World as feelings can symbolize a desire to conquer one’s love. Keep in mind that they have a lot of passion, but also pride.


Is it a yes or a no? Six of Wands and the World tarot combination is a strong yes to victory. Congratulations!


Seven of Wands and the World:

If the Seven of Wands represents you, it shows that you are standing your ground, ready to take on the challenges. Good news is that you are at an advantage, and with the World card as the outcome/future position- you are achieving success in the end. With the Seven of Wands, you can expect arguments, competition and obstacles. Don’t let other people’s opinions discourage you.

Seven of Wands as feelings can show someone who is fighting for what they believe is right. In love readings, it can signify challenges or competing for love. The World next to it is a good sign that peace and wholeness is coming.


Is it a yes or a no? Seven of Wands and the World suggests a yes to a desirable outcome, but you will have to stand your ground and fight.


Eight of Wands and the World:

This tarot combination represents that you are on a fast track to success. If you are asking about the timing, Eight of Wands suggests that it is all happening very fast- possibly in matter of days. It can also symbolize fast communication about a good news, or travel. In love readings, you can expect someone reaching out to you or confessing their feelings with the Eight of Wands and the World.


Is it a yes or a no? Eight of Wands and the World is a clear yes to a desirable outcome, and it may happen very soon.


Nine of Wands and the World:

Nine of Wands can indicate that dealing with delays and obstacles has left you exhausted. You want a resolve and a peace of mind, and the good news is that with the World card as outcome- you are getting it.

When you draw Nine of Wands and World together- don’t lose your courage. Persistence will lead to success. Take care of your energy levels, don’t let negative people drain you.


Is it a yes or a no? Nine of Wands and the World is a yes to a successful outcome, but you need to be willing to keep going no matter the obstacles you face.


Ten of Wands and the World:

Ten of Wands indicates that you are overwhelmed with work, problems or stress- you may be taking on extra responsibility and it is leaving you exhausted. But you are close to the finish line- the next card in your reading, the World in future/outcome position suggests that your hard work is going to pay off in the end. Don’t overwork yourself too much if you feel like you can’t take on more.

Ten of Wands and World as feelings can show someone who feel like they are carrying the world on their shoulders. They have an important goal and they want to reach it no matter what.


Is it a yes or a no? Ten of Wands and the World is a yes to a successful completion. But this is an overwhelming process, so you need to take care of yourself.


Page of Wands and the World:

Page of Wands is a card of youthful enthusiasm. Paired with the World, it can show your desire to expand and grow in life. Perhaps you are thinking of travelling, starting a new business or a relationship. Desired outcome is going to manifest in the end for you- but be mindful of not acting too impulsively. Page of Wands can also be a sign of receiving good news.

As feelings, Page of Wands and the World shows a lot of passion and curiosity.

If it represents a person, Page of Wands can be interpreted as someone with Fire Sign qualities (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius). This person is very energetic and youthful.


Knight of Wands and the World:

Knight of Wands is the card of action. If it represents you or your situation, it can indicate that you feel very passionate and determined to reach your goal. The World card next to it is a strong sign that you will be successful in the end. Just be mindful of not acting too hastily. Knight of Wands and the World can also represent an exciting travel opportunity.

In love readings, Knight of Wands and the World can represent someone who is passionately coming towards you. Knight of Wands as feelings are passionate as well, but they may lose interest quickly.

If it represents a person, Knight of Wands can be interpreted as someone with Fire Sign qualities (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius). They are very ambitious, social and adventurous.


Queen of Wands and the World:

If the Queen of Wands represents you, it shows your ambition and courage. With the World tarot card next to it- you are ready to take on the world, filled with big dreams and opportunities. Both these cards have positive energies for growth, the outcome will most likely be successful for you. You may be taking on a leadership role as well.

If it represents a person in your life, Queen of Wands can be interpreted as someone with Fire Sign qualities (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius). This person is very vivacious, confident and passionate. In its negative manifestation, Queen of Wands is dramatic, bossy and egotistical.


King of Wands and the World:

King of Wands is a powerful leader. It is fiery masculine energy. King of Wands and the World in your reading shows that you are reaching a successful and fulfilling outcome through your own willpower and determination. You need to act decisively and take control of your direction.

If it represents a person in your life, King of Wands can be interpreted as someone with Fire Sign qualities (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius). In its positive manifestation, King of Wands is a loyal, generous and passionate person. On the downside, he can be selfish, controlling and impulsive.


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