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Tarot Queens
The Tarot Queens symbolize mature feminine figures whose influence could have a bearing on your future actions.

Queen of Cups

The Queen of Cups tarot card The Queen of Cups Symbolism.
The Queen of Cups represents a sensitive and considerate motherly figure, but she can sometimes take things the wrong way. The elaborate cup symbolizes her creative abilities. She stares at the cup to symbolize her understanding of emotions. Her white garment symbolizes her purity and her yellow crown symbolizes her authority and intelligence. The Cherub-like mermaids symbolize a link between her spirituality and emotions. Her throne sits on land but one foot touches the water to show us she's in tune with both the material and spiritual worlds.


Defining Keywords

Nurturer. Emotions. Intuition. Sensitivity.
 

The Queen of Cups Meaning.
A warm hearted and loving person, she is protective towards her family and sympathetic towards the needs of others. You can trust her instincts.

The Queen of Cups Reversed.
An immoral person who demands constant attention, she is a manipulative and moody woman who will drain your energies.

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Major Arcana

The Fool with the Magician, the High Priestess and the Empress.

The Emperor with the Hierophant, the Lovers and the Chariot.

Strength with the Hermit, the Wheel of Fortune and Justice.

The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, the Devil and the Tower.

The Star with the Moon, the Sun, Judgement and the World.


Court Cards
Pages Knights
Kings

Pip Cards
Aces Twos
Threes Fours
Fives Sixes
Sevens Eights
Nines Tens

Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands tarot card The Queen of Wands Symbolism.
The Queen of Wands represents a kind loving and trusting woman, she's also adventurous and good with money. She sits with her legs apart to symbolize her receptiveness. A white cloak covers her yellow gown to symbolize a mask of purity covering her not so pure active mind. The dancing red lions symbolize her ability to calm and play with fire. A black cat often symbolizes misfortune but in Tarot it's a symbol of homely comforts and good fortune. She looks towards fresh pastures, symbolized by the white hills. This Queen sits on a firm base to show us she's well grounded.


Defining Keywords

Self-Governing. Trusting. Kind. Generous. Dramatic. Performer.
 

The Queen of Wands Meaning.
She is lively, active and a  lover of freedom, this warm-natured Queen possesses charm and grace. A good organizer of money and practical affairs.

The Queen of Wands Reversed.
An overbearing woman, she is vain and liable to take outrageous actions to get what she wants. Prone to imagining the worst in any given situation.

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Queen of Pentacles

The Queen of Pentacles tarot card The Queen of Pentacles Symbolism.
The Queen of Pentacles represents a hard working and caring woman, she is reliable and emotionally mature. She stares at the Pentacle she holds to symbolize the care and attention she pays when confronted with material matters. She sits contentedly, surrounded by the fruits of her labours. The rabbit symbolizes fertility and speedy actions. The rams head on the arm of her throne symbolizes strength and fertility. The bulls head on the side of her throne symbolizes stability and endurance.


Defining Keywords

Opulence. Generosity. Security. Liberty.
 

The Queen of Pentacles Meaning.
This Queen has a firm grip on earthly reality, she will work hard for what she wants and enjoys the fruits of her labours, she is charitable and loves the good things in life.

The Queen of Pentacles Reversed.
A selfish woman who misuses her wealth, she trusts no-one and takes without giving. Money is her chief concern.

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Queen of Swords

The Queen of Swords tarot card The Queen of Swords Symbolism.
The Queen of Swords symbolizes a wise no-nonsense independent woman who has known sorrow and pain, she will fight for what she believes in. The single bird flying above her is a symbol of spiritual freedom. The cut rope on her right wrist (cut by the Sword of her intellect) tells us she has been freed from bondage and confusion. The windswept tree is behind her but leans towards her to symbolize past troubles that could still affect her. Her throne is on top of a hill to symbolize her authority. Her sword points straight up to symbolize her spiritual power.

Defining Keywords
Practical. Determination. Independence. Divorced.
 

The Queen of Swords Meaning.
An intelligent woman who lets nothing stand in her way, she has known sorrow but hides her emotions. She instinctively perceives the attitudes of others and pays great attention to detail.

The Queen of Swords Reversed.
An evil and dangerous woman. She is vindictive, malicious and jealous. A bad tempered woman who is an expert twister of words.


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The rest of the cards
Major Arcana
The Fool with the Magician, the High Priestess and the Empress.
The Emperor with the Hierophant, the Lovers and the Chariot.
Strength with the Hermit, the Wheel of Fortune and Justice.
The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, the Devil and the Tower.
The Star with the Moon, the Sun, Judgement and the World.


Court Cards
Pages Knights Kings

Pip Cards
Aces Twos Threes Fours Fives Sixes Sevens Eights Nines Tens


 
 

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