Here the King of Wands is interpreted as a steelworker, someone who works with fire in a way that combines skill with bravery. In a reading, this card indicates someone who is passionate, forceful, daring, and creative. I depicted the King of Wands wearing a Mohawk Warrior Flag decal on his helmet (partially seen) to honor the many Mohawk and other First Nations ironworkers who have worked on the skyscrapers of New York City, including the Empire State Building and the World Trade Center. On 9/11 Mohawk ironworkers then working in Manhattan rushed to the scene of the bombing to help survivors escape. Subsequently, many volunteered in the clean-up, dismantling the buildings some on them had previously erected decades before. A Mohawk group of ironworkers worked on the raising of the new World Trade Center building known as Freedom Tower.