Seven of Wands
The ImageA small tree with luminous, precious fruit is in a corner. The spirits of evil and darkness would like to get closer to it and obscure its light, but an important Fey is standing guard and does not give an inch. In fact she beats them back with her stick.
Simple MeaningDefence, value, protection, care, sacrifice, being on the right side.
Advanced MeaningThis card recalls the fight of good against evil and the need for courage and valour. The true enemy is often fear, because adversaries have no real substance. If this fear is defeated one can acquire the strength to resist any assault.
Symbols UsedThe lights indicate something beautiful, precious and undefended.
The adversaries are greater in number to highlight the value of the defender.