Tiphareth-the 6th Sephiroth and the 4 Princes
The Princes are the Son of the Queen and King, thus they are governed by Tiphareth, The Sun /Son of the Divine Creative.
The Princes are wholly activated by the Queen and King, adding to their complexity as they have no motive power of their own. They are force, but a stable one, as they are being pulled along in their chariots.
The Figures of the Arch Fairies (Elementals) are the Lion, Eagle, Man and Bull. These are the 4 Kerubim* of Qaballah. They are very ancient symbols for the elements of multiple religious belief systems. Not only appearing as Gods of the Assyrians, the Four Animals in the Old Testament vision of Ezekiel, they also are the four symbols of the Christian Evangelists
Kerubim synonyms, Kerubim pronunciation, Kerubim translation, English dictionary definition of Kerubim. n. 1. pl. cher·u·bim a. A winged celestial being. b. cherubim Christianity The second of the nine orders of angels in medieval angelology.
In the unmeasurable vastness of Kether, the Primordial Elements radiate into Tiphareth, becoming the united rulers of the elements that are individually expressed in Tiphareth. Anthropomorphically personified, the Princes are the balance of the 4 Elements in Tiphareth. Being the most refined aspects of the Solar- Personality (soul), the 4 Princes are the Elemental Kings in ourselves as each of us is a unique blending and/or harmonic of the 4.
It should be no surprise then that the Princes can be taken in any direction by Divine Will.
The Grounding Element for the Princes lessons, are the Princesses, who rule the earth from the Northern quadrants.
THE PRINCE OF WANDS:
When thrown during Divination, the 4 Princes often represent the coming and going of an event or person and the 4 Princesses often represent the approval or disapproval of a matter.
The Prince of Wands represents Air of Fire and/or Specific Air of Primal Fire. His power is tremendous, so Lady Frieda Harris appears to show the "rocket fired chariot", that is being pulled by Leo (the Sun) the Lion. Solar fired because of his enormous strength that can go any direction, even unto violence if angered. The Thoth deck card, shows the Marital Prince holding the Phoenix Wand of Geburah, and thus wields the fiery Severity of Geburah. However, there is an implication of "One who from the Stars/Sky Came" and/or Anunnaki of the Sumerians who they stated came to earth riding chariots of fire and created the Homo Sapiens by spicing their DNA to that of Homo Erectus. The 2 ruling brothers, Enki and Enlil, represent the Princes of the Anunnaki.
Ruling from the 21st degree of Cancer to the 20th degree of Leo, he is endowed with a powerful faculty for expanding and volatilizing. His arms are free of armor and mail, as he is vigorous and active. As you can see, he is aflame in every way above, the rayed crown surrounded by a winged Lion head sending from his crown a curtain of flame, suggesting the Solar Logos. In his left hand (side of the Goddess) he holds the Phoenix Wand of Power and Energy, while the other is holding the reigns of the Lion. His sexual energy is renowned.
With wheels radiating flame, he rides on a sea of flame, both waves and salient. Therefore, this tarot card show Swiftness and Strength as his primary moral qualities.
The female aspect of the Prince of Wands is shown as the Chariot and wheels in the Red color of Mother Binah, who supports his stability, and motion.
The core personality of a person born between July 12 to August 11th, is that of the Prince of Wands. Hence, their individual significator Tarot Card is the Prince of Wands. The significator is selected to give more details in the Tarot reading, usually used in the Celtic Cross spread. It basically represents the Querent (Seeker) and adds greater detail to a personal issue.
The Tarot of Druids-Knight of Mistletoe, seems to depict a Celtic Knight, searching for mistletoe in the high oaks. As I have explained in the past blogs on this Mistletoe suit (represents wands) the mistletoe was a sacred plant to the Druids of the Celts. It represented the semen of their Sun god Tartarus and was believed to cure many illnesses and be an antidote to many poisons. Being rare, it was a very valuable find.
Since this card, when well defined, represents fellow workers and new possibilities, this knight is on a quest to find mistletoe for the Druids. If ill defined by surrounding cards: it implies disagreement, and separation.
The Divinatory meaning of The Thoth Prince of Wands is:
If ill defined by surrounding cards:
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