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Thread originally posted on the Aeclectic Tarot Forum on 15 Nov 2001, and now archived in the Forum Library.



Missy  15 Nov 2001 
Hello:-),
I'm new at doing Tarot Cards,so maybe one of you can help me out with this question;).ok,What dose the "Queen Of Wands"stand for?And I've heard that some of the cards have "Physical Apprance"is that true?see,I'm too new for Tarot cards*lol*:-D,I hope one of you can help!Thanks;-)

Melissa*Scorpio Queen*:D 


january  15 Nov 2001 
Hi Missy -

I see the Queen of Wands as someone who walks into a room and commands a presence. She's confident, energetic and enthusiastic yet keeps a certain degree of grace about her. She's charming and people like to be with her - they may even want to BE her. I think these qualities can formulate the sort of "physical attractiveness" you read about because it is, after all, what one has INSIDE that counts!! The Queen of Wands reminds me of Julia Roberts, she's one that exudes a magnetic glow from the inside. Without that glow, she just wouldn't, 'shine' as much. Would she be as "beautiful" if she sulked all the time and had a low self-opinion? I don't think so! (Queen of Swords? Hillary Clinton!) These are just my opinions... hope it helps!

~ january 


Mojo  16 Nov 2001 
January, very good description... I agree with you on a lot of it. But you can't forget the flip side. The Queen of Wands can be harsh and demanding. Sometimes she's an outright bitch.

She's also not adverse to using her sexuality to her own advantage, even to the point of manipulation.

All of the court cards have their dark side - the Queen of Wands just seems to have the biggest extremes. 


blumoon  16 Nov 2001 
in the rider waite deck the queen of wands is the starsign leo, i see the queen as confident and ready for a challenge when upright but suffering from low self esteem, not feeling up to her usual kicking butt self when reversed :-) 


Major Tom  17 Nov 2001 
Oddly enough, I've always thought the Queen of Wands had red hair and was Aries. }>

Can't disagree with any of the other comments though... 


faunabay  17 Nov 2001 
No, that's your girlfriend you're thinking about Major Tom!!
hehehe
Just kidding :P 


northsea  19 Nov 2001 
I recently had an unfortunate encounter with a Queen of Wands reversed (sexy and strident). Watch out!! (Her favorite saying was "If you're in a room full of snakes, you have-to expect to get bit.") 


catlin  20 Nov 2001 
Hi Tommy,

Guess the comment about the room full of snakes is right the only things which keep me from going mad at the moment is this forum. 


northsea  20 Nov 2001 
Quote:
catlin (21 Nov, 2001 00:28):
Hi Tommy,

Guess the comment about the room full of snakes is right the only things which keep me from going mad at the moment is this forum.


Hi catlin,
Thanks for the support. Actually, I wasn't really crying about this. Just wanted to note that hell hath no fury like a Queen of Wands reversed. Steer clear of them if you don't want an earful. (Just think Judge Judy gone crazy and in a foul mood.)

Have a good one,
Tommy 


The Queen Of Wands thread was originally posted on 15 Nov 2001 in the Using Tarot Cards board, and is now archived in the Forum Library. Read the threads in Using Tarot Cards, or read more archived threads.

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