The Queen of Wands puts me in mind of a Katherine Hepburn character. Lively, vivacious, glib – the room lights up when she walks in.
Notes on the Tarot Cards
Although I encourage the reader to explore the cards and come up with your own keywords, meanings and associations, here are some of my own ideas and notes.
We think of the Wheel of Fortune as representing change and cycles, but this morning it set me pondering the stillness at the center.
The Lovers is the second of the acolyte cards in a row, after yesterday’s Devil card.
The Devil is such a rich and complex card. It can represent deception, or addictions and compulsions, or simply mischief and flaunting convention.
The Ace of Wands is the card of life energy or spirit, in its most elemental form.