QUEEN OF CUPS
Self-absorbed, concealment, reserved/reservation, mystery, enigma, kindness, generosity, intuition, intuitive abilities, goodness, honesty, devotion, success, happiness, pleasure, wisdom, virtue, fertility, intelligence, visionary, warmth, loving, loyal, compassion, responsibility, power, leadership qualities, creativity, intensity.
RELATES TO PEOPLE BORN:
4th to the 10th of February
HERB: LADY’S MANTLE
Lady’s Mantle is an astringent and homeostatic. It is especially useful for invigorating and strengthening the female reproductive system. Lady’s Mantle counteracts haemorrhage and excessive menstrual bleeding.
The Queen of Cups can represent an actual person in your life (male or female) who embodies her traits and who lives with her personal truths and values.
The Queen of Cups indicates ‘woman’, negative aspects, passivity, response and emotion. The Queen of Cups is creative, intuitive and in-tune with others’ emotions. She is peace-loving and most often finds a diplomatic and wise way of solving problems.
The Queen of Cups is a very warm and loving person who has a deep love of family, friends, community and humanity as a whole.
The Queen of Cups inwardly embodies the qualities of the suit of Cups, possessing empathic skills, a depth of compassion and understanding, and is unconditional in her acceptance of others. She is an affectionate and romantic being who has a positive outlook on life and who creates an air of mystery around herself.
The Queen of Cups depicts a woman who is naturally spiritual, psychic and magnetic. She is a ‘powerful’ being. She is headstrong and independent. The Queen of Cups depicts someone who embodies many deep and complex qualities. She is passionate, proud, intense and strong-willed.
The Queen of Cups is most often an attractive woman who makes friends easily, but at times, her personality may be difficult to fathom. She is kind, intuitive and sympathetic to others. Her artistic and psychic abilities are most likely to be very highly developed.
The Queen of Cups often represents a fair-haired lady, most often with blue or light coloured eyes. She is depicted as a good wife and mother, as she is quite sensitive and intuitive to other’s needs.
The Queen of cups depicts a mature woman who relies upon her intuitive abilities in all areas of her life. The Queen of Cups is one who always sees the positives in things and is a great future-planner.
The Queen of Cups is depicted as a lady who sits above her emotions and watches life in a detached way. The Queen of Cups may at first appear difficult to approach, but once you gain her trust she becomes someone who makes a loyal friend, confidante and ally.
The closed cup held by the Queen of Cups can indicate a lady (or person) who is somewhat alone or isolated, or one who lives in her own world. The Queen of Cups tarot card shows many emotions flowing around her (indicated by water), but she is in command and is comfortable within her own environment.
The symmetrically designed cup in the Queen’s hands symbolizes great balance. The Queen of Cups implies a focus of development.
The Queen of Cups relates to the number 38 / 11, and tells of one who can balance the higher consciousness and lower energies. It indicates this energy is supportive and
willing to be the ‘teacher’. The number 38 / 11 also suggests the energy of the ‘Spiritual Light Messenger’ who has come to uplift the human race.
When the Queen of Cups appears in a spread, the qualities she represents will be brought to the fore. It may also be indicating that a person fitting these attributes will be entering your life. This person will possess a strong perspective nature, and a deep desire to learn about the inner-world.
If the Queen of Cups is representative of yourself, and appears in a spread, it is indicating that the time is right for soul-searching and discovery of the inner-realms.
Appearing in a reading, the Queen of Cups tells you that you will enjoy the company of others at this time.
The Queen of Cups in a reading indicates that you may meet (or know) a wise and loving woman who will be influential.
The Queen of Cups indicates that it is a very positive time for you and an excellent opportunity to strengthen relationships of all kinds.
At this time you may be feeling full of wisdom and you are encouraged to share this wisdom, along with your knowledge and experience, with others.
When the Queen of Cups appears in a reading it may be implying that success and happiness is on its way into your life.
The Queen of Cups in a reading asks you to direct your energies to help people along their chosen pathway.
In regards to emotional situations, when the Queen of Cups appears in a reading, it may be indicating that a calm, harmonizing energy will be active within relationships of all kinds.
Drawing the Queen of Cups in a tarot spread is a prompt to inwardly emulate her way of being and live with sensitivity, grace, compassion and humility.
The Queen of Cups may indicate that long awaited wants, desires, pleasures and/or success are to come to fruition in short time.
With 2 Other QUEENS of any Suit:
When the Queen of Cups appears with any two other Queens of any suit, it most often indicates a gathering, meeting or celebration for women.
2 Queens in a spread may be indicating short-lived trouble with a female friend.
Three Queens in a reading indicates that you may participate in idle gossip.
Four Queens appearing in a reading may be indicating that gossip and/or slander, of which you are the victim.
With Many Other COURT Cards:
When the Queen of Cups appears in a reading with many other court cards, it indicates that many people are involved in a situation.
With Many Other CUPS:
The Queen of Cups appearing with many other Cup cards in a spread, it tells of feeling deep emotions and concerns for loved ones.
Impractical, frivolous. restlessness, easily bored, deception, lack of trust, dishonour, falseness.
The reversed Queen of Cups indicates an impractical and frivolous woman, much given to self-deception and fantasizing. At times, the reversed Queen of Cups may come across as a touch aloof, emotionally possessive and is one who looks for superficial friendships. She may be rather vain and self-interested, with few real friends to count on in times of need.
The reversed Queen of Cups depicts a woman who means well, but sometimes falls below your expectations and may not be supportive, even though you may want her to be. At times this woman can be frustrating for others as she has a tendency to procrastinate and exaggerate.
The Queen of Cups reversed tells of a lady who is easily bored and who looks for excitement and entertainment in all the wrong places.You need to exercise caution if you meet a woman (or cross a woman) who is apparently distinguished and popular, as you may turn out to be untrustworthy and not all that she seems to be.
Appearing in a reading reversed, the Queen of Cups is implying that you are not to rely on this person, and also that you may be deceived in a situation. You are not being told/shown the whole story.
When the Queen of Cups appears reversed in a spread, it may be an indication of someone who comes across as aloof and mysterious, and one who may lack depth.
Reversed, the Queen of Cups may be indicating that you are unaware of the full details of a situation, and you are to be aware of deceptions and hidden truths.
Drawn reversed, The Queen of Cups tells of a person (male or female) who appears to be a friend, when the opposite is true. Take care when dealing with this person as it may lead to a breaking of trust and emotional hurt.
Joanne WalmsleySacred Scribes
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