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Tarot Alley uses the Rider Waite type of deck for our meanings, symbols, interpretations, etc.

When determining the Page of Wands tarot card meaning, you should consider that it’s a Wands card and a Page. The Suit of Wands represents energy and inspiration. Pages represent being young at heart and having a desire to learn.

In this way, we can determine that the Page of Wands represents being inspired to learn something new. You don’t have to go it alone, in fact, it’s encouraged to seek out a mentor to provide feedback and boost your confidence in learning.

Take a look at the Rider-Waite Page of Wands displayed to the left (or above).

What is your first impression?

Why is the Page staring at the Wand like that? What does he want or expect to happen?

There’s no right or wrong answer here, just your interpretation.

Common Symbols

  • The Pose: it’s common to see the Page staring lovingly (and intensely) at a wand. This represents so many things: passion mixed with inexperience, the awkwardness of youth, and yearning.

Keywords & Concepts

  • Affirmation
  • Confidence
  • Eagerness
  • Enthusiasm
  • Validation

The Page of Wands for Personal Growth

Affirmation: I can do this.

Do something! Make a list of your goals and the steps you need to take to achieve them. Pick a target date and get started!

Embrace the unknown. Be eager to learn. You won’t always succeed but you’ll learn so much anyway.

Ask Yourself:

  • What are your goals?
  • How can you be a better student or employee?

Interpreting the Page of Wands

Generally, the Page of Wands represents being inspired to learn something new. Leap towards new opportunities. Be an advocate for whatever you believe in. Be independent and trust in yourself and your own abilities.

Ask for feedback so that you can continue to grow and learn. Be careful though, often the Page represents a tendency to dive right in with too much eagerness so you miss the subtle details.

The Reversed PAge of Wands

How you read reversals is a personal choice. You can ignore reversals and read them as if the card is upright (this is what I often choose to do) or you can interpret reversals as variations of what they would mean upright. There are 3 common ways to read reversals: as a negative interpretation, as an opposite interpretation, or as a block on the upright interpretation. Check out How to Read Reversals for more information.

Typically, a reversed Page of Wands represents hindering yourself. You’re so wrapped up in something that it’s negatively impacting your ability to learn. Examples include:

  • Caring what others think too much
  • Trying every opportunity that comes your way (you just can’t do it all)
  • Ignoring feedback from others
  • Trying too hard to “do it yourself” so you achieve little to nothing

Examples of the Page of Wands

Specific Interpretations

Specific situations are the general interpretation (from above) used for a specific situation (love, career, etc). There is no need to memorize these (or even look them up) if you understand the general interpretation. However, here are some basic interpretations for some specific situations:


Step outside your comfort zone and try new things. Don’t be embarrased, let your eagerness, vulnerabilty, and emotion shine through.

Find or become a mentor.


Be honest about your capabilities: your strengths and weaknesses. If you don’t know something, ask!

Let yourself learn something new about your workplace.


Find or become a mentor to someone in your spiritual world. Go back to the basics and really appreciate your spirituality.

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The Page of Wands tarot card meaning is all about being inspired to learn. What do you want to learn right now? How can you plan and make that happen?

Once you feel comfortable with the Page of Wands tarot card meaning, check out the next card in the tarot deck: the Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning.


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