Eight of Wands

The Fool journeys to the Eight of Wands and finds things going at high speed! Fast movements, solutions, and communications fly at The Fool. Events in his life speed up as they come to a quick conclusion. Delays will end and things may get busy, so he needs to stay focused and get ready to grab new opportunities if they fly by. Communication is the key to progress, and it often arrives with a flurry of excitement.

News, updates, information, calls, letter, messages, texts, carrier pigeons! Expect communication to be at the forefront right now!

Wands love movement, and they love to talk, and here that energy is flying in hot. You can find that news gives you what you need, or even a fast turnabout in a situation, or movement that pushes situations forward for you. Our lives can be sped up with excitement and rush.

Now is a time for doing. You may not have much time to think, but you will feel energised, and want to take advantage of what this card brings to your door.

If our lives have been stuck, static, and getting a tad stagnant, then those feelings will come to an end as delays come to an end and situations are on the move. If you’re waiting on conclusions to events and situations, they may well arrive sooner rather than later.

Enjoy the excitement and act on your desires, even if you are the one sending the communications. 


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