In the Queen of Wands, we see a woman on a with lions decorated chair. She is facing us front on but her gaze has shifted to the side, she is more future-oriented. She holds a wand in one hand representing her energy and sense of adventure, and a sunflower in the other, showing this element of openness.
Today you or someone you know is this open, energetic, creative person. Who is this? What is it in regards to?
There is a chance that the Queen is too fired up about everything, and that she misses the point of certain tasks and projects. How can we direct her energy so it is used constructively?
The Queen can be this overly creative, whirlwind of enthusiasm. This is nice and exciting but a bit harder when we need to run for example a house hold or hold down a solid job. If we can control the energy of this card we could get far with her.
I have a good friend that is like the Queen of Wands, energetic, colourful and full of ideas and suggestions. She works in a very creative industry and as she is quite mature in age, you can see that she has put frameworks around her creative personality. Because she put frame works up and has spent some time thinking as well, she has a thriving business doing something she loves. I do think however, that if you ask her to choose between excitement or money she will pick the first.
The Queen is the second in charge for each suit in the Court cards. She is mature, comfortable and entrenched in her suit. As with other court cards it is not so much a gender based card, although the Queens will show a few more feminine traits, more so than the earlier court cards.
In the Celtic Dragon Tarot we see a mature Queen that appears to know who she is. She is quietly confident about her abilities and her experience.
In the Crowley Tarot the Queen is shown as this powerful person, towering above us with strong flashes of the fire energy all around. The way in which she holds the leopard on her side show us she can be a very kind person as well.Home > All Tarot Card Meanings