I have a question about the 6 of wands from the Fey Tarot... in most decks, the 6 of wands is a victory card.. someone rides in from a journey and everyone cheers him, like he's accomplished something and he is recieving praise. In this deck (the Fey), they have it that a "foreign fey" rides in, carrying a bonsai plant, and everyone looks at him like he is some oddball or something. The message implies that he could be the bearer of good OR not-so-good news.. and to be understanding of foreigners.. that meeting a foreigner or someone different "is always an occasion for growth and joy". I dont get this... can someone please shed light? Thanks! Reason I ask is because I know the Fey can supposively be used with RWS style books since it is a similar deck. But this card sure seems to take a diffrerent and maybe (?) incompatible slant on the 6 of wands..