Queen of Wands

Written by  on February 19, 2016 

Queen of Wands – Active/Intuitive
(Water of Fire/Fixed, 37=3+7=10=1+0=1)
Astrology: Neptune in Leo
Time: 23 July – 22 August (Leo)
Numerology: 6
Fortune Telling with Playing Cards:
Queen of Clubs

Neptune in Leo is creative and has a natural flair for entertainment, film, theatre and fashion. They have such magnetism that others are easily influenced by them. They are flamboyant and extravagantly idealistic.
Leo Neptune is generous, sociable and warm-hearted. They are fond of pleasurable pursuits. They have artistic abilities and are successful in their educational careers. They are conscientious with others and usually have successful relationships. Alternatively, they can be disappointed in love. They can act by impulse rather than intellect. They may lack the wherewithal to face up to challenges or be fickle.
Neptune in Leo loves color and drama. They like movie stars and other famous people. They may project their fantasies on their partner, and they will have to learn to face reality. They may use movies or theatre to escape reality.
They also love children. In fact, they have a difficult time identifying with any adult authority figure, even they are the adult. They can get so off track that they can think they are fighting against tyranny when they are, in fact, the tyrant themselves. They are creative problem solvers, however. They can figure out answers that will get them out of trouble and come out smelling like a rose.
Some whom are born with Leo in Neptune feel that the world owes them automatic appreciation. If they have any common sense, they will keep this to themselves. If not, they may find out that the world feels differently. Leo Neptune is usually popular, and will have many followers. Their natural charisma makes them into a beacon to those inclined to admire those who lead. (Source: alwaysastrology.com)

The number 6 – Neptune, Reconciling/Emotional (Water)
Positive traits:
– Compassionate, imaginative, engaged, sympathy for others, unselfishness, love of home and domestic affairs, devoted, adaptable, accepting, freely renders service to others.
Negative traits:
– Self-righteousness, addict, oversensitive, indecisive, self-pitying, escapist, egotistical and susceptible to flattery, lazy.
Crowley: The Queen of Wands represents the watery part of Fire, its fluidity and colour. Also, she rules in the Zodiac from the 21st degree of Pisces to the 20th degree of Aries. Her crown is topped with the winged globe and rayed with flame. Her long red golden hair flows down upon her armour of scaled mail. She is seated upon a throne of flame, ordered into geometrical light by her material power. Beneath the throne the surging flames are steady. She bears a~wand in her left hand; but it is topped with a cone suggestive of the mysteries of Bacchus. She is attended by a couchant leopard upon whose head she lays her hand. Her face expresses the ecstasy of one whose mind is well in-drawn to the mystery borne beneath her bosom.
The characteristics of the Queen are adaptability, persistent energy, calm authority which she knows how to use to enhance her attractiveness. She is kindly and generous, but impatient of opposition. She has immense capacity for friendship and for love, but always on her own initiative. There is as much pride in this card as in the Knight, but it lacks the spontaneous nobility which excuses that error. It is not true pride, but selfcomplacent vanity and even snobbery.
The other side of her character is that she may have a tendency to brood, come to a wrong decision thereon, and react with great savagery. She may be easily deceived; then she is likely to shew herself stupid, obstinate, tyrannical. She may be quick to take offence, and harbour revenge without good cause. She might turn and snap at her best friends without intelligible excuse. Also, when she misses her bite, she breaks her jaw!
In the YI King, the watery part of Fire is represented by the 17th hexagram, Sui. It indicates reflection upon impulse, and the consequently even flow of action. There is great capacity for lucid conception and steady prosecution of work; but this is only at the bidding, and under the guidance, of some creative mind. There is a tendency to be fickle, even disloyal; the ideas which she obeys make no deep or permanent impression. She will “cleave to the little boy and let go the man of age and experience” or the reverse (lines 2 and 3) without realizing what she is doing. There is liability of fits of melancholy, which she seeks to cure by bouts of intoxication, or by panic-stricken outbursts of illconsidered fury.

Waite: The Wands throughout this suit are always in leaf, as it is a suit of life and animation. Emotionally and otherwise, the Queen’s personality corresponds to that of the King, but is more magnetic.
A dark woman, countrywoman, friendly, chaste, loving, honourable. If the card beside her signifies a man, she is well disposed towards him; if a woman, she is interested in the Querent. Also, love of money, or a certain success in business.
Reversed: Good, economical, obliging, serviceable. Signifies also–but in certain positions and in the neighbourhood of other cards tending in such directions–opposition, jealousy, even deceit and infidelity.

Fortune Telling with Playing Cards:
Queen of Clubs – Dark-haired, confident woman; or a woman with Fire predominating in her chart. She may give you good advice.

Queen of Wands

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