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High arcan Chariot and low arcan Nine of Wands and high arcan Chariot combination - powering through, strong determination will pay off.
Chariot tarot card

Card 1 - Chariot

The Chariot tarot card depicts a figure sitting inside a vehicle that is being driven by two black and white sphinxes. The whole card has a bit of a celestial influence; the figure sits underneath a blue canopy adorned by white stars. On his shoulders, he carries the sign of the crescent moon, representing the spiritual influence under which he is guided. On his head sits a crown, meaning that he is enlightened, and that his will is pure. Emblazoned on his chest is a square, denoting the element of earth, of the material world, which grounds him and his actions. The sphinxes are colored in black and white, a symbol of opposing forces that the charioteer must learn to control. Here they are calm, but they frequently get into scuffles as they seem to want to move in different directions. His task is to guide these sphinxes towards a destination, one that is marked by the cosmic forces that he represents. The Chariot is linked to the Cancer zodiac sign.

Associations:

Similar or supporting cards:
Ace of Swords (triumph over adversity) and any of the success cards would be relevant (The World, etc) The Magician (focused thought), The Emperor (taking control) 

Opposing or contradictory cards:
Any cards indicating defeat or failure. Hanging Man and Two of Swords (non-movement). Four of Cups (apathy). Strength is similar, but the element of control is expressed differently, these two often appear together to reinforce the message but Strength indicates a gentler approach. (Similar yet different, in the same way we find with The Emperor and Empress.)    

Chariot combinations
Other cards that also indicate travel (Six of Swords, Eight of Wands, Knight of Wands) would reinforce this meaning through association.

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Nine of Wands tarot card

Card 2 - Nine of Wands

The Nine of Wands shows a weak-looking man holding on to a wand with 8 other upright wands standing behind them. The man looks injured, but he still seems ready to fight another battle, and desires strongly to win. He has a look of hope and determination about him that should help him go through that one last battle. It is a card that shows a mix of challenges, hope and triumph.

Associations:

Similar or supporting cards:
Strength (endurance) Seven of Wands (standing firm)  The Chariot (will power) 

Opposing or contradictory cards:
Eight of Cups (abandoning a path)   

Nine of Wands combinations
If the Nine of Wands appears as the outcome to your question it may show you’re in for a long haul and the end result will require continued effort. In simple lines and free flow methods, the easiest position is where this card ‘bridges,’ so the card following it shows to what extent the perseverance is successful. Other cards suggesting stressful conditions tend to reinforce that aspect of the Nine of Wands if they also appear in a larger spread, particularly… Eight of Swords, Nine of Swords, Ten of Wands, The Devil. Also, should any of these cards directly follow the Nine of Wands it shows the situation dragging them down further. Ideally, we wish to see a positive result, so the more favourable the card following the better, for instance: Six of Wands, Three of Cups, Nine of Cups, Ace of Swords, The Chariot, The Sun, The World, etc.

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Chariot tarot card

Card 3 - Chariot

The Chariot tarot card depicts a figure sitting inside a vehicle that is being driven by two black and white sphinxes. The whole card has a bit of a celestial influence; the figure sits underneath a blue canopy adorned by white stars. On his shoulders, he carries the sign of the crescent moon, representing the spiritual influence under which he is guided. On his head sits a crown, meaning that he is enlightened, and that his will is pure. Emblazoned on his chest is a square, denoting the element of earth, of the material world, which grounds him and his actions. The sphinxes are colored in black and white, a symbol of opposing forces that the charioteer must learn to control. Here they are calm, but they frequently get into scuffles as they seem to want to move in different directions. His task is to guide these sphinxes towards a destination, one that is marked by the cosmic forces that he represents. The Chariot is linked to the Cancer zodiac sign.

Associations:

Similar or supporting cards:
Ace of Swords (triumph over adversity) and any of the success cards would be relevant (The World, etc) The Magician (focused thought), The Emperor (taking control) 

Opposing or contradictory cards:
Any cards indicating defeat or failure. Hanging Man and Two of Swords (non-movement). Four of Cups (apathy). Strength is similar, but the element of control is expressed differently, these two often appear together to reinforce the message but Strength indicates a gentler approach. (Similar yet different, in the same way we find with The Emperor and Empress.)    

Chariot combinations
Other cards that also indicate travel (Six of Swords, Eight of Wands, Knight of Wands) would reinforce this meaning through association.

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