When the Page of Wands jumps out of the deck in a reading, he is a wonderful portent for the success of new projects or endeavors; he reminds us that youthful enthusiasm can often serve us well as we take the first step on a new path.
Pages can also indicate messages: in the case of Wands, this often takes the form of our announcing to the world that we are ready to embark on a new adventure; and that the confidence we feel in the pursuit of our goals is apparent and inspirational to everyone around us.
We may feel a sense of being called, of burgeoning inspiration or the rush of free-spiritedness, yet, simultaneously, we may not know how to begin our journey. The paths and potentials before us are so numerous that they can seem overwhelming. Where this is the case, the appearance of The Page indicates that we could benefit from making a plan that maps out the route we need to take to reach our goals. He suggests that, once we have established a firm base and have identified a key focus, we will be ready to lift our Wand from the earth and venture towards the distant mountains in the pursuit of our desires.
Indecision and confusion are anathema to the Fire suit and can result in an erosion of confidence and a muddying of the concept of a clear route to an end goal. When the Page of Wands appears reversed, he advises us not to be thrown by problems in our path but to maintain our optimism and drive, and not to let limiting beliefs get in our way. The reversed Page can also advise us to retain a sense of childlike wonder and curiosity when it comes to our dreams: sometimes this is exactly what is needed to make them come true.
The Page of Wands invites us to reconnect, on an elemental level, with what makes us tick, and the things in life that are important to us. He is a portent of new beginnings, of self-belief, and of the infinite potential that resides within the core of us all.