Tag Archives: Queens

Queen of Cups

The Adventurer

Queen of CupsWe are motivated by a strong urge to understand the world; we accept change and are willing to take risks. We are loyal to ourselves and once we decide on a goal will use all means to get it.

Correction: we need to get some simplicity and stability into our life.

The Queen of Cups represents a state of mind in which we think in drastic terms of black and white. Our perspective makes all events in our life, from career to sexuality, more drastic and extreme. Whatever direction or action we decide upon we tend to adopt and follow all the way.

This is a card of change that calls upon us to accept things as they are and, once decided on a course, follow it to completion. The card suggests that we embrace change rather than be afraid of it. We should not hesitate to destroy something in order to rebuild it in a better way. However, we must take into account that we tend to make everything over-complicated. We must verify that we do not make impulsive changes but rather take action out of full understanding of the situation and our position.

Areas of particular relevance: Psychology, sexuality, changes, death and rebirth

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships We are sexual, giving, caring and good listeners, we know how to attract the other side We are moody, tend to go to extremes, we do not give second chances
Career We have good intuition, work well with others and put a lot of effort into our job We are unstable, tend to break the rules and take unnecessary risks


Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer


Queen of Pentacles

The Shop Keeper

Queen of PentaclesWe are motivated by simplicity, security and stability in all areas of life -especially the material world. We do not take chances and avoid changes -hence we tend to stick with the familiar.

Correction: we need to learn to flow with life, accept changes and listen to our inner voice.

The Queen of Coins represents a state of mind in which we seek material stability and focus on building strong foundations in all areas of life. In the defined period we need to be guided by simplicity and practicality. We should not be concerned by working too hard. To get the results we want in a particular area of life we can allow ourselves to sacrifice other areas.

At the same time the card indicates we have a tendency to be over materialistic. We are so afraid to lose what we have that we can become very stingy in our giving. We also rarely share our emotions with our loved ones.

We have to listen to our gut and learn to flow with life. We need to be aware of our fear of losing what we have yet at the same time accept change as an inseparable part of life. If we embrace change we can use it as leverage to progress in life.

Areas of particular relevance: Property, inheritance, aesthetics, hedonism, art

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships We take care of ourselves, work on our physical side and create strong attraction toward us, we want to advance relationships to the next level We tend to follow the practical side of life –mainly security and stability, rather than what our heart desires
Career We can be very practical, we work hard and are motivated by material incentives N/A


Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer


Queen of Swords

The Idealist

Queen of SwordsWe are motivated by a sense of justice, ideals, and the need to improve society as a whole. We often sacrifice our immediate environment, mainly family and relationships, for the sake of society at large.

Correction: we need to think more about those who are closest to us and learn to enjoy life.

The Queen of Swords represents a state of mind in which we meditate, disengage from our surroundings and disregard interruptions so we can fully focus on what we do. We can, for example, excel at work as we focus all our attention on an important project. We have superior ideals and act to correct the world as a whole, yet we tend to forget and sacrifice what is dearest to us, mainly family and relationships.

The card shows that we have good ideas and can be ahead of our time, yet we can also be underestimated by others. Eventually we will be recognized for the talented individuals we are, but until then it is important that we become less serious and less rational so we can enjoy the life that surround us.

Areas of particular relevance: Ideals, justice, social justice, innovations, technology, medicine.

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships N/A We do not dedicate enough time to our relationship, we tend to miss the important things in dealing with our partner
Career We are very focused on our goal, we invest time and effort at work, we are good thinkers with solid ideas We have good ideas but others do not recognize them as such –consequently we might enter into a conflict with our peers


Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer



Queen of Wands

The Leader

Queen of WandsWe are motivated by ego, self fulfillment and a strong urge to manage and improve our immediate surroundings -mainly family and friends. We want to be in the center of things, to be in control, and enjoy life together with our loved ones.

Correction: let go of our ego and think more of others.

The Queen of Wands represents a state of mind in which we want to take things into our own hands so we can diligently and actively improve all areas of our lives. If we indeed so act we will create change that will affect not only our own life but also the lives of those who surround us.

This is a card of management which calls upon us to bring to the fore the leader in us, to manage and change. At the same time it also calls upon us to lighten up and look for the enjoyment in life. The card suggests that we do not need to plan too far in advance, but rather flow with life’s events. We should definitely not be guided by our ego. The card warns us that if we do not oblige we might lose the calmness, generosity, and love which are inherent to us.

Areas of particular relevance: Management, appearance before an audience, off-springs, recreation, enjoyment of life

  Supportive Obtrusive
Relationships We are charismatic and know how to enjoy life, it is easy for others to fall for us We tend to have a strong ego and express too much of it, we are too focused on ourselves
Career We know how to manage, take initiative and act to change what needs fixing. We tend to get into ego-based power struggle and be self-centered

Please note again that a court card cannot provide a definite answer