Tiphareth of the Suit of Fire, is represented by this card. Tiphareth is the "Sun/Son of God" center on the Tree of Life. It is our original Soul Personality. We are Solar Spiral energy, better known to some as Spirit. The Six of Wands represents energy in a completely balanced expression. The zodiacal reference is also to Jupiter and Leo, and as Crowley has stated in his Book of Thoth,"which seems to imply a benediction on the harmony and beauty of this arrangement".
The Three Wands of the Adepts are now an ordered arrangement and the flames are now lamps instead of shooting out in all directions like they do in the 5 of Wands. The lamps are nine in number referring to Yesod and the Moon, showing the stabilization of the Male-electric Energy and its reception and reflection by the Magnetic Feminine aspect of Energy. There is no circle enveloping the wands as the 6 of Wands is self supporting as is the Sun.
During a reading, when this card is thrown, for a period of six weeks or six months, there has or will be victory after strife. Gain and success through energy and industry.. Pleasure gained by labor, carefulness, sociability, avoidance of strife with victory therein.
If ill dignified by the accompanying cards, the 6 of Wands can also mean insolence, pride of riches and success.
The thing to remember with Victory, is that a battle first must be fought in order for there to be a victory. It can be internal battles of spirit and mind, of emotions and soul or outward battles of industry and labor overcoming strife. But a battle must be before victory. When all our Mind, Body and Emotions are balanced for one goal---we will achieve victory.
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