The Knight of Pentacles image says it all. This dude is FIXED! Depending on the circumstance, it could be beneficial or detrimental. This card indicates the queerent or someone in the queerent's life who is strong willed, loyal, stable, conservative, grounded, stubborn, and methodical - all to an extreme.
If this card is drawn in a position of action, the queerant is being told to stand hir ground and be solid. In most other positions, the queerant is likely being pointed to someone who is holding this energy, or being asked to be aware of ways they might need to budge, even just a little, in their current situation.
I attribute this to the energy of The High Priestess who is the link or bridge between the worlds. This could be the worlds of the living and the dead, the worlds of the conscious or the subconscious, or the worlds of what is logical/known and the mystical or psychic. The High Priestess helps us access what can't be proven or logical or easily accessible just by thinking. She invites us to be quiet and still and listen with our whole beings to what our ancestors, or our deepest selves are trying to communicate to us. She has no agenda as one can see by her trance-like state in this particular version of the card. She simply sits, holds deep wisdom, and connects to the mystery.
I am grateful for this energy in my life and in my family's life especially during times when our physical world has shifted so tangibly.
9 year old me in an adult mixed doubles pool tournament. I was pretty nervous and excited and had the impression from my partner who I just met, that we were just going to have fun and that he would coach me through the tournament.
I won't drag this out with a play-by-play, mostly because I don't remember the play-by-play. Here's what I do remember. Leo coached me, I played my heart out, and we won that pool tournament! It was just like a movie. The crowd went wild, I was lifted up in the air and carried around the bar, an old lady blessed me with the sign of the cross (no kidding), I got my first trophy ever (even after 3 years of soccer under my belt), I won $40 (wasn't that worth like $400 back then?), I got a victory t-shirt that was 10 sizes too big for me, someone bought me a new eagle pin for my hat, and I was rich with all the Shirley Temples I could drink for the rest of the afternoon. It was AWESOME!
After that, I was the young star of the FOE. Every time I showed up, I was patted on the back and had my non-alcoholic drinks covered, and Urban Cowboy jukebox songs paid for. I entered two tournaments after that - one kids tournament and one adult/child tournament. I didn't win either, but that was ok. I had the most awesome victory ever in that adult mixed doubles tournament, and no one could ever take that moment away from me.
The SIX of WANDS is about a moment of victory and public recognition that should be savored and stored to fuel us in times when we aren't so victorious. Soak up this moment and battle on.