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As people, Dawns often represent young, energetic people who are at the very beginning developmental stages of their personal journey. Their sense of self is still being considered but they approach new challenges with enthusiasm. 

As events, Dawns are often seen as messengers and come to you with a new opportunity or an invitation, appearing when you are on the cusp of:

a new idea (Wands)

a new feeling (Cups)

a new way of thinking (Swords)

or a new job or career pursuit (Rings).

They symbolise a new stage in life.

When the influence of the Dawn of Rings falls upon your life, your material sense needs to be developed. This may come through a practical ‘earthy’ person who influences you, or it may come through your own need to develop such qualities within yourself.

Dawn of Rings also implies a focus on study and research. If you have recently been studying for an examination, the presence of this card in a reading suggests that the results will be favourable; You will feel proud of your efforts and will feel greater confidences in your abilities.



Concern - Disappointments - Rebellion - Dull - Unmotivated - Unimaginative

When the Dawn of Rings card appears reversed, it may point to your lack of focus. There is a possibility that you are being distracted with lots of things. Try to borrow the talents of this Dawn and focus your mind before moving on the next thing.


The Dawn of Rings reversed in a reading tells of unfavourable news or information coming your way. Plans may have to be amended or cancelled altogether. It is a most unfavourable time to go ahead with loans, large purchases and shaky financial ventures. Outstanding debts, bills or fees need to be paid immediately. If this is not seen to, this problem may spiral out of control, leading to further debt.

May be warning of wasting money and spending frivolously. It tells of unwise financial choices and decisions and may indicate living beyond your means and indulging in luxuries, regardless of whether you can afford them or not.