Queen of Swords meaning
The Queen of Swords represents good productivity and an independent mind at work. You know how to be supportive as well as empathic, but you should know it is still possible to waste time whilst being busy. The Queen wants you to know that the way to get started is to quit talking and start doing. As a result, the Queen of Swords is a YES card.
Detailed meanings of the Queen of Swords
CARD NUMBER 51. – Queen of Swords (Empress of Germany).
Upright. – Deprivation, sterility, widowhood.
Reversed. – Evil woman to be avoided.
The Lone WolfIn light of the many challenges that life throws our way, it can be especially difficult to find a comfortable state of independence. The Queen of Swords has mastered this art, and is able to function on her own without the assistance of any outside parties. Her ambition constantly drives her to knew heights, and she would prefer not to allow herself to become too attached to others. She is far more solitary in her endeavors, and is extremely uncomfortable when she feels as though she is in debt to someone. Due to this independent nature, she has had to become proficient in all matters of supporting herself, even ones that would oftentimes be performed by others. You are much like The Queen, and would rather do things on your own than leave these responsibilities to others. You function best when you can work independently, are are quickly put in a sour mood whenever you learn that you have no choice but to work with others. Due to your preference to not interact with others more than necessary, you tend to not make many promises or do many favors, but don’t particularly expect them in return. There is nobody in this world better suited to taking care of you than yourself, and there is nobody that you trust to have the same level of judgement that you have over your own personal affairs. In the end, the decisions in your life will always ultimately be yours. However, it is also important to acknowledge that you will not be able to do everything on your own. Keep an open mind, pay attention to your health, and be sure that you are able to ask for help if your truly need it.
SWORDS. QUEEN.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.
The Queen of Swords is your independent woman card. It is alone you can find your strength and resilience, and despite of your solitude, you are not phased by only your shadow for company. Supportive of yourself and your ideas, this wondrous Queen represents a YES.
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Queen of Swords meaning in a card spread. Try the original Cardarium readings.
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