Cards combination description

difficulty in working partnership with opposing views, working against each other.
Two of Wands tarot card

Card 1 - Two of Wands

The man in the Two of Wands is holding a small globe and stands on the roof of a castle, looking out over a vast terrain to the right and an ocean to the left. The globe in his hands represents that the world is his oyster and there is huge potential if he can expand his horizons to encompass broader life experiences. He understands his ambition and knows what must be done. He is wearing an orange tunic, which symbolises an enthusiastic approach to life, and a red hat, symbolising a passion for adventure.
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Five of Wands tarot card

Card 2 - Five of Wands

The Five of Wands depicts five men all holding their own wands and brandishing them up in the air. Like with most fives in the tarot, it is about some kind of disagreement that is facing the querent. This disagreement can either be taken to be as a sign of conflict between the men, or that all of them are simply enjoying the adrenaline rush of this conflict, and that the competition amongst them is of a good natured rivalry, not anger. The relaxed way in which they seem to be holding their wands gives a sense that this argument may be one of show rather than a fierce one.
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bored or dissatisfied with a relationship, stale emotions.
Will or inheritance, or property purchase.  If the Knight of Wands included would indicate property transaction and home move (purchase, lease, etc)
may show an obsession with an old love.
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