Queen of Spades meaning
Detailed meanings for the Queen of Spades
QUEEN OF SPADES
Divorced woman or a widow, seduced and abandoned girl, jealous and vindictive nasty brunette; such is, isolated, the Queen of Spades, whose presence in the game is almost always fatal.
This card has on the right a
Spade: A nasty brunette woman will slander you.
Heart: A woman jealous of you will soon set a trap for you.
Diamond: You will go to court about a divorce or another marital matter; you will win the case.
Club: Obstacles caused by a young brunette woman, mostly but not exclusively about money.
Having on the left a
Spade: A brown (brunette) girl, offended by you, keeps a relentless hatred for you; she looks for all possible ways to take revenge for the wrongs you have done to her. Whatever you do, you will not escape her revenge.
Heart: Seduction by a dark, aggressive and forceful woman. She is used of getting her way. – Affront.
Diamond: Unresolved disputes over a brunette woman. – Obstacles to your future success.
Club: Certain loss of money. – Still, it is much better to suffer this loss and be rid of a relationship or a casual involvement with a brunette girl rather than continue with it.
Between two diamonds: Avoid taking a trip, signing on anything, starting new initiative, moving around; you would have a serious accident outside your home.
With the King and the Jack of Hearts: A brown woman will be flirting, flattering, hoping to take advantage of you. She will use various tricks to deceive your good faith.
With the King of spades – two very bad cards make a very good omen. It means a fundamental change of character – turning from evil to good, finding conscience and generosity in people that are neither trustworthy, nor generous. It also means a happy relationship of two people, who previously were profoundly lonely and unhappy.
Queen of Spades—Upright.
As the representative of an individual this card designates a dark lady, with dark eyes and black hair, naturally of an open and generous disposition, but who will change her nature through flattery and her position in society. Should she be possessed of beauty, her innocence will be in perpetual danger, and only saved through the exercise of a strong will, or through motives of self-respect.
This card likewise, when emerging upright, designates a widow, without respect to color or social position, and is also taken to signify the condition of widowhood, to be interpreted, as the oracle demands, by these synonyms:
Privation; abstinence; absence; scarcity; sterility; poverty; indigence; famine; deprivation.
Frequently this card is employed to denote a well-founded distrust, when its secondary significations will be:
Just suspicion; legitimate fear; merited doubts; conjectures; surmises based on fact; conscientious scruples; timidity; bashfulness; reluctance; retirement.
Queen of Spades—Reversed.
As a representative of an individual, this card, coming out in the oracle reversed in position, denotes a widow, desirous of contracting another marriage. It moreover designates a dark woman of amorous propensities, who does not hesitate to disregard the conventionalities of society.
Malignity; malice; finesse; artifice; cunning; craft; dissimulation; frolic; pranks; wildness; hypocrisy; bigotry; prudishness; wantonness; shamelessness.
When coming reversed in a consultation upon marriage, this card denotes that difficulties and impediments, generally originating with a female, will be interposed to prevent the desired nuptials.
As Master – Card, The Queen of Spades represents a Female Enemy, evil wishing or evil working.
Influenced by the like suit, known or soon to be shown as such to you, and the work.
By a Diamond, comely and clever or gifted.
By a Club, intellectual and audacious.
By a Heart, her enmity arises in jealousy or vanity or in revengefulness: or natural malice.
Queen of spades Card title – A widow, a divorced woman
A lonely woman, divorced or widowed. A woman deeply unhappy to be alone.
If reversed – Desire to remarry. Difficulties.
Her right hand raises the weapon vertically and the hilt rests on an arm of her royal chair; the left hand is extended, the arm raised; her countenance is severe but chastened; it suggests familiarity with sorrow. It does not represent mercy, and, her sword notwithstanding, she is scarcely a symbol of power.
Divinatory Meanings: Widowhood, female sadness and embarrassment, absence, sterility, mourning, privation, separation.
Reversed: Malice, bigotry, artifice, prudery, bale, deceit.
Queen of Spades meaning in a card spread
Cartomancy is never based on the interpretation of a single card. It is the interplay of the cards that creates the most interesting insights.
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If you get the Queen of spades on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.