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Five of Wands

Five of Wands

Five crows spar in the sky. Each crow brings with it a different color wand symbolizing diverse histories, philosophies, and backgrounds. The conflict, although on the surface may look violent the crows are competing in a friendly competition and not battling to the death. This card suggests that out of a friendly debate a good amount of knowledge will be obtained and progress in moving a project forward will occur. The Five of Wands may denote a meeting that brings various groups together to solve a single problem.

Although when upright the Five of Wands sees competition as a benefit for progressing an idea, reversed points to a person who is afraid of conflict and will shy away from engaging in any form of disagreement regardless of any possible benefits.


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