Second Decan Leo Six of Fire
Second Decan Leo Six Fire, Six Wands, Victory
The second decan of Leo is allocated to Tarot Six of Fire also know as Six of Wands.
Each of the Minor Arcana cards numbered Six express attributes of Tiphareth, whose title is Beauty, the sixth sphere corresponding with Sun on the QBL Tree of life.
Sephirothic Planetary Correspondence
The planetary correspondence of Tiphareth is Sun and each of the minor arcana cards numbered “Six” exhibit this astrological bodies quality colored by their corresponding elemental suit of fire, water, air or earth.
These four suits correspond to the four worlds of the QBL: Fire: Atziluth, Water: Briah, Air: Yetzirah and Earth: Assiah.
Astrological Decan Allocation
This card , is allocated to the second decan of Leo whose planetary attribution is Jupiter.
The combination of Six Sun and the decan planetary attribute of Jupiter is summed up by the card’s title of Victory.
A Sun Jupiter combination in Fire indicates expansion of energy, a golden age of creativity and sense of well being. Victory achieved after and through turbulence, strife and difficulty.
Victory is the title of Six of Fire, the second decan of the astrological sign of Leo.
The Sun Leo combination evokes well being and is amplified by the expansive qualities of Jupiter’s influence. Their effect is to impede sensuality resulting in the condition of Victory.
Here we witness the image of the mythological hero/heroine triumphing over forces antagonistic to the achievement of their objectives
In addition, Tiphareth’s title of Beauty indicates that all is aligned for a successful and beneficial result in initiating projects Note that the binary code of this card is the same value when the card is inverted.
This is elation because of achieving opportunities through overcoming the challenges presented by the previous card Five Fire.
The character qualities of the court card Prince of Fire are those best suited to receive and translate the specific ancestral voice of this decan.
He expresses personality traits represented by Six of Fire and because of his elemental correspondence to Air of Fire Prince of Fire introduces an analytical component to the cards expression.
In our failure to understand what any minor arcana card is saying, we should allow ourselves to be driven back to our specific inner voice of the decan for resolution
In this example of Six of Fire, Six of Wands the conjunction of major arcana cards Strength and Wheel, corresponding to Leo and Jupiter, are the specific signature of this decan and will be projected through the personality type represented by the Prince of Fire. The Prince of Fire’s elemental quality corresponds to Air of Fire.