FIVE of Clubs (Wands) in TarotTarot cards are congruent with the ordinary 52 playing cards, only a lot more fun to look at. The meaning and interpretation of each is essentially the same.
FIVE of Clubs: The MENTALLY and EMOTIONALLY RESTLESS Card: Five of Clubs means changes and restlessness of the mind and we find these people to have a lot of curiosity and restlessness in their lives. Their natural curiosity brings them much knowledge, but they often do not apply it or stick to one train of thought. This tends to make them skeptics, not even getting satisfaction from their own self- created belief structures.
Jane Marie decorates the
FIVE of Clubs: Versatile, restless, inquiring, and forever seeking with an ever changing mind; the 5 of Clubs is a young soul who is never satisfied with the answers they find. They need constant movement and wide travel -- eager to go anywhere rather than remain where they are. The positive natives of this card fight against their inherent restlessness, which otherwise lures them away from building a solid base. Those 5 of Clubs will then choose to educate themselves in some specialty that interests them, and will pursue it to a successful outcome.
In the Five of Wands, five men appear to be fighting each other, using their wands as weapons. However, on closer observation, their wands are raised but not striking or injuring anyone. It is as if there is no real purpose or outcome in this chaotic scene other than to create conflict and sow discord amongst the group. Each man wears a different outfit, symbolizing their diverse backgrounds and belief systems, and suggesting that, because of their differences, they cannot find harmony and common ground with one another.
The Five Guys (# 6 on right is not one of them) are not using wands or sticks and that is okay in Tarot interpretive art.
Maybe the five homeowners are decorating to be heard?
With the Five of Wands, everyone is fighting to be heard. But, guess what? No one is listening. When everybody has a different opinion, but no one is stopping to hear each other out, conflict and misunderstandings will run rampant. If you find yourself in this situation, see it as an opportunity to rise above the chaos and disorder. Take a moment to listen to what others have to say – even if you agree to disagree. The key is to tune in to one another and allow each person to make their case. In addition, perhaps, in the process, their opinions may become softer and quieter. They may also give you the respect you are seeking and listen to your viewpoint.
My idea: give kids homeschooled, in class or online a personalized 'Who I Am' art assignment. Give them the info on their birthday: example December 13th is a FIVE of Clubs (Wands) in Tarot .