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moving back to somewhere connected to your past. 
Knight of Wands tarot card

Card 1 - Knight of Wands

The Knight of Wands is seen on his horse that is reared up and ready for action. Judging from the knight s clothes and armor, as well as his horse, he is prepared for what s ahead. He is wearing a yellow patterned shirt on top of his metal armor. He is also wearing an armor helmet with red plume sticking out of it. He seems to be ready for battle, except he is holding a large wand instead of a sword. His horse is orange in color and has a mane that looks like flames. When you look at the Knight of Wands' face, you ll see the determination of wanting to be successful in his endeavor. Fire is a dominate factor in the Knight of Wands' symbolism. The decorative tassels hanging from his arms and back, as well as the horse s mane, are all in the color of flame. He is also wearing a yellow shirt printed with the fiery salamander symbol.
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Six of Cups tarot card

Card 2 - Six of Cups

The Six of Cups symbolize the joy of nostalgia, the comfort of home and childhood innocence. In the card itself, there are six cups filled with white flowers. Two children are depicted in the foreground, and one is passing a cup to another. This handing of the flowers from the boy to the girl shows the passing of traditions and happy reunions. The children seem to be in a castle of sorts, that we can imagine give them a sense of security and comfort.
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