Two of Wands

Two of Wands

Keywords for the Two of Wands Tarot Card

  • Future planning
  • A period of waiting
  • Creative tension
  • The need to choose a path
  • Travel or the desire to see the world


The Two of Wands tarot is a positive card about the uncomfortable-yet-exciting period of creative tension and hopeful waiting that happens before any big project.


In the RW-based tarot deck, the Two of Wands shows a man holding a globe in one hand as he stares into the distance. He is gripping one wand and the other is attached to the wall behind him.

The Two of Wands indicates favorable prospects, but only if you take control of the situation.


This card is about waiting, planning, and wise decision making. It’s a positive card about setting strong intentions and expectations.


You have more than one option, so start doing research, making plans, and creating the road map to lead you into the future.


Decisive action will be needed to realize your goals, so prepare yourself. You are ready to make a decision and choose a future path. No more waffling or waiting or hoping things will get better. If you want things to change – YOU must change. Start by making a solid plan.


This card can also indicate travel, planning your next trip, or a desire to see the world.

Many people confuse the meaning of this card with the Three of Wands, since the images and meanings are similar. This card is about the planning and decisions before you take action and the Three of Wands is more about the waiting period after action has been taken.


Keywords for the Two of Wands Reversed

  • Doubt
  • Fear of the unknown
  • Delay or cancellation of a trip or project
  • Finish what you’ve started



  • The original was painted on 11x14 high quality 140lb watercolor paper with Turner watercolor paints.
  • Signature is hidden in the painting. 
  • Your original painting will come with a certificate of authenticity and a backing board, wrapped in plastic.
  • The painting is vertically oriented.


High quality reproductions are also available in 11x14 and 8x10 or 5x7 (with slight cropping) on an excellent quality linen paper which will retain it's true colors for many years.