Five of Wands
front of a city, five young men battle with wands. It doesn't
look too serious, however - more of a playful, boisterous romp
than a real fight. A cock crows from high on the city wall and
a gilt sun radiates crowns in a dark purple sky.
which bends is less likely to break.
may oppose you, and confusion and conflict arise. You may need
to compromise - calming an angry mob cannot always be done with
reason. Take care to identify your true obstacles and opposition,
and avoid battles that none shall benefit from. Desires
may remain unsatisfied, but that may be a worthwhile sacrifice
to avoid ongoing strife. Do not confuse this with doing nothing,
however - this is a time for action. Be decisive, as postponing
resolution will only leave a greater trail of damage.
A dispute may bring out the worst of a friend's character).
to v1.0 card as I've added more symbolism
to assist readers, and made much more similar to the Rider Waite
version of five men fighting rather playfully. I've added a
rooster crowing in keeping with my interpretation of the card's