Astrologically this 7 card represents Mars in Leo. Mars in Leo is a position of courage and strength but a clash is certain, whereas, victory is not.
Qabalistically, this card is the influence of Netzach (victory) in Atziluth (World of Pure Spirit). The 7 of Wands card is aboutopposition and possible victory, depending on the amount of courage exercised by the querent.
The 7 of Wands (basically all sevens) show a positive result which is dependent upon the action taken by the individual. However, the battle suggested by this card, may also be disorganized and disordered producing uncertain results. Order, depends on the Valour of the individual, as everyone else, associated with the issue, is in chaos. A determined individual, who "takes the bit" and charges into the fray---a do or die mentality--will prevail.
The capability to be disorganized and disordered comes from being unsure of yourself and your ideas.( The primitive club among the Golden Dawn Wands of the Adepts)
So what the Spirit is telling the querent here, is that only through individual Valour will the individual prevail in the present or coming fray of possible outcomes. Self Trust, is the Valour producing mechanism here and lack of self trust will end up as a negative outcome.
Esoterically, Wands represent "sex-energy"(life-force) which is the passionate force of Will-To-Be. Will is of Spirit, which indicates that we must be listening more to our Spirit than our brain... for true Valour is powered by the Will of the fiery-inner Spirit. This indomitable will is easily seen, as the Planet Mars represents War-or Battle and Leo represents the Solar Self (Spirit) which suggests that only the Battling Spirit can win here. This is also implied on the SpellCaster's Tarot-7 of Wands. The Champion stands with foot on the conquered 6 wands laying on the ground, the 7th, all afire with the leaves of Autumn, was his weapon of choice. Hence, the fertile wand is the "life force" weilded by this muscular young man. The outcome could have gone either way; However, if the person knows that they are untiring Spirit, who operates their own body as a Wand of an Adept, and sees challenges as accomplishments rather than problems--their inner Valour shall attain outer victory. So no matter how much you fear, charge into the fray with confidence that your Spirit shall prevail!
The Thoth, 7 Of Wands: Valor, card represents the unbalancing of a previous spiritual victory, by the dynamic flow of transformational energy all around us; things change. Just when we thought we were victorious over the emotional, spiritual and physical resistance to our vision some issues change and we have to exercise bravery, and valor to not doubt and fight ourselves as we proceed towards our vision. This departure from balance tends to direct us to loss of confidence; However, if we hold to our vision and trust our inner integrity, we shall still achieve our goal and also learn discrimination in the process.
To reiterate: The Thoth 7 of Wands Card is Astrologically, Mars in Leo. Mars represents a dynamic vitality, an agitation of motion while Leo represents creativity and/or creative expression. This suggest that you don't try to stop the new motion in your life but instead become creative in channeling it towards your vision without compromising or settling for less.
represents Netzach (Victory) in the suit of Fire. However, the number 7 itself is a weak earthly-magnetic -feminine number of Venus, as regards to the Tree of Life . This Male Fire is also attributed to Mars in Leo, so the Sun is still in full strength, but by being focused on the 7th Sephiroth, it is overpowering and causes an unbalance that can be seen as wavering fire on the wands of this card.
is of a battle being thrown into disorder (flames going in all unsystematic directions on the Thoth card), where the army is losing and only by the exercise of individual Valour can victory be achieved.This is depicted on the Thoth Tarot card by the 6 Wands of the 3 Adepts relegated to the background, diminished and becoming common place while the seventh wand, a large crude club, is in front. This Thoth illustration implies that the first weapon at hand is a unsatisfactory weapon in ordered combat and only the spiritual- valor of the club wielder can carry the day.
When the 7 of Wands is thrown during a reading, it implies:
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