The Two of Wands [Dominion] represents Chokma in the suit of Fire. This is pure will; will in its most exalted form. Crowley called this card "...will unassuaged of purpose, delivered from the lust of result, is every-way perfect". [Al. I.44].
The power of Mars in its own sign as Aries, is shown as the back ground to this card, The crossed Djores (Tibetan Thunderbolts) represent a celestial power, Energy balanced to initiate a current of Force. Since initiation of Force is often at first destructive to the object it is focused on, this card is at first destructive to comfort zones and is often viewed with fear and repulsion to the assault. This later changes when the greater plan is understood and the individual mind willingly co-operates.
The Heads of the Djores, are Tibetan Khadroma which are considered Angels or Demons, depending if you are frightened of the Initiating Force or joyously accepting the necessary destructive/constructive nature of this Current of Force. Studying the Tibetan concept of the Khadroma gives even greater insight into this Cards Force.
When thrown in a reading, the Two of Wands is considered to be influence over another, Dominion, boldness, courage, fierceness, shamelessness, revenge, resolution, generous, proud, sensitive, ambitious. restless, ruthless,turbulent, and many other descriptions of a Willful Current of Force being applied to a situation. This card tends to be sagacious yet can be unforgiving and obstinate according to dignity. The Two of Wands is Focused Will and Fiery Motion, in a balance that will destroy the issue focused on to rebuild a new form. Very powerful card of Motion and change by a destructive means, which is often seen in the world of Atoms and molecules forged by the massive forces of the Stars. When this card shows up in a reading the Will of Spirit is involved.
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