Thursday, April 22, 2010
Queen of Wands
Without covering my personal philosophy of the cards, I will just say that the definition is two-fold for every card. I have a general definition I use for everyone I read for and a specific one for me. The general one is, not to belabor the point, generalized to macrosomic meaning. The personal one is my microcosmic meaning. If I read for another and hit their microcosmic meanings, I'm having a good day. For the Queen of Wands my personal definition is this:
Fire made patient. Not smoldering but power contained. When fire is not fire, power is not power, but the full potential for both making it more power/fire than even the ace. It is pre-ace but manifested.
Yes, this is highly idiosyncratic and the pre-ace part sounds odd for those that have done some reading on the tarot but it won't for folks that read my book.
Edit: The pre-ace part will sound odd even if you do read the book. I don't care. It works for me.