Cards combination description

  Usually conception and pregnancy but sometimes birth (in either combination) may also be joined by Ace of Cups (usually for birth) Page of Cups.
Ace of Wands tarot card

Card 1 - Ace of Wands

Wands are associated with fire energy, and the Ace of Wands is the core representation of fire within the deck. The card shows a hand that is sticking out of a cloud while holding the wand. When we look at this card, we can see that the hand is reaching out to offer the wand, which is still growing. Some of the leaves from the wand have sprouted, which is meant to represent spiritual and material balance and progress. In the distance is a castle that symbolizes opportunities available in the future.
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Empress tarot card

Card 2 - Empress

The Empress depicts a woman sitting on a throne. From the abundant nature that surrounds her, we can assume that this woman represents the Earth Mother archetype, a goddess of fertility. Her world is ruled by venus which means that there is complete love, harmony, fertility and luxury by the grace of this goddess. The woman herself has blonde hair crowned with stars, signaling her divine connection with the mystical realm. She is dressed in a pomegranate-patterned robe that represents fertility, and she is seated on cushions embroidered with a venus sign. She is surrounded by an enchanting green forest with a river streaming through it. The Empress brings abundance and blessings in the readings of those she meets.
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Similar tarot cards combinations

(or Ace of Pentacles) contract being offered, usually more formal – for house negotiations also look for
business proposition working with others, partnership, collaboration, etc
marriage and wedding celebrations (also strengthened with Lovers, Ten of Cups, Four of Wands, etc).