Two of Wands :
Fire Has the ability to bring warmth and re-birth, but also destruction if not controlled. It represents our creativity, ambition and inspiration. As such it becomes the element that governs our desires, projects and achievements.
Positive traits : earned success, partnership
Negative traits : futility, pride without humility, worthless goals
Two of Cups :
Love or Connection
Water When in it's normal state, the fluidity of water represents the ebb and flow of our emotions, relationships and affairs of the heart. If frozen it can represent challenges or stagnation. As steam, it could represent emotional turmoil and a tendency to over react. It governs the suit of Cups, which are good containers when handle correctly, but if knocked off balance, can readily spill their contents.
Positive traits : partnership, love, understanding
Negative traits : separation, divorce, betrayal
Two of Swords :
Air Represents issues surrounding character, intelligence, communication and values. As this element governs the suit of swords, it often suggest challenges that will test the mettle of a persons character, intelligence, communication skills and personal values.
Positive traits: friendship in adversity, peace of mind, equilibrium
Negative traits : tension, deceit, disharmony
Two of Pentacles :
Earth This is the element that relates to all things material, work, business, money and wealth. Success or failure will depend upon how strong the foundation is. Did you start on firm ground or soft? It is easy to see why when you consider where the worlds economic wealth hails from. Whether it is precious metals, gems, gas or oil, all need to be removed from the Earth.
Positive traits : changing fortunes, journeys, foresight
Negative traits : distractions, inconsistency, impending trouble