The Tarot of Vampyres - Princess of Scepters


She is bold, confidant, determined, she knows what she wants and how to get it. She is impulsive, passionate and fiery. She seduces men, thrives on getting treated like a queen, and satisfies her sexual urges with them. She can get any of them, she sleeps with them, plays with them like toys then dumps them. She's also dramatic and manipulative and uses her charm any time of the day to get what she wants or who she wants. She can be cruel and heartless. She follows her impulsions and do things at whim. She's very immature and irresponsible. She's a drama queen and she likes to be people's center of attention.

It looks like here she is in a retreat surrounded by trees and roots, sitting on the ground. Well, she is earth of fire after all. There are eleven red roses behind her, the same number as her card (11). The Princess, just like the rest of her family, has red hair. She wears a pretty red top with a black skirt. She holds a scepter in her left hand like an ax.


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strings of life

She may be fearless and may be manipulative, but it's that drive to go after that she wants--sometimes despite the consequences--that's a breath of fresh air. She holds a bloody cross in her hand. Just try to impale her as she has her eyes fixated on you in the process. Or try to back stab her when she isn't looking. Beware. Her fuse is short, but she gets things done.

The only life is the red roses who grow in abundance, their thorns ready to pierce anyone who isn't careful enough to avoid them. All other vegetation has is barren, burnt by her flame.

She's kneeling in what looks like a passive position, but she will strike at any given moment. She's not retreating, she's luring.

The takeaway with this card is to go after what you want, but to also be careful to not hurt those you care about in the process. Your eye is on the prize, but think about the consequences before you act. You can't always get what you want and and quick satisfaction is often short lived.