Archeon Tarot Three of Wands


Favored of Epona, his was a sacred duty...

Three of Wands represents: enterprise, nobility, great purpose, dignity, aspirations, looking for a way forward, gearing up for a journey.

Three of Wands inverted represents: overconfidence, pride, arrogance, creative block, impossible expectations.

Notice moon in background, horse's stance, wings

The suit of Wands is connected with passion and spirituality. It is also associated with the element of fire. In the Archeon Tarot, the suit often indicates a more feminine perspective than in traditional Tarot.


I like the way a winged horse has been chosen to represent the nobility and purpose of this card. It's inspired.


The three "wands" in the background are clearly Native American. I know I've seen these before, but I cannot remember their purpose in Native American culture. Thoughts?