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Queen of Wands

Queen of Wands tarot card meaning

The Queen sits on her throne. Turning her head to her left side, her throne is decorated with lions and sunflowers.

The lion is a symbol of passion, strength and dynamic energy as the wands are connected to fire. The lion is also symbolic of the astrological sign of Leo, a sign of passion, compassion, and strength.

The sunflowers on the throne and in her left hand represent life, fertility, sunshine, happiness, satisfaction, and joy. In her right hand is a wand which represents growth and creativity.

At her feet there is a black cat, the cat is not facing her, he is guarding the Queen. The cat also represents the darker and hidden side of the Queen of Wands.

The colour of the cat is black, black is connected to magic and occultism. Cats are independent in nature and please themselves. These character traits can be associated with the Queen of Wands.

What does the Queen of Wands represent?

The Queen of Wands represents a powerful and yet dynamic woman. She has a deep passion and zest for life, she is full of energy and is loaded with enthusiasm. She gives her all in a situation.

The Queen thrives on challenges and makes a powerful leader. She is appealing, popular and is a striking woman. This card embodies sexuality and attractiveness. The Queen knows how to get her own way, but does so through using her charm and friendly appeal. She has an optimistic outlook on life which other people thrive on. From this she can assemble a team of people. She is exceptional at harnessing a vision and communicating this to others. Due to these qualities, she makes a good business woman.

The Queen of Wands finds it easy to make friends, she tends to lead a busy life. If she or a friend is attacked she is fierce in her defence. She is a very strong-willed person and does possess the tendency to be controlling and domineering.

When not representing a person in a reading, the card could mean a need to have faith in your abilities. Become self-assured and independent.

All images in this article are courtesy of The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

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