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Career, Work Or Retirement:
When The Queen of Questing appears in a reading about work, you are going to get a great deal accomplished successfully in a short period of time – this is a very positive omen. If you are looking for work, this card can mean that a woman (usually with light-colored hair) will be instrumental in helping you find employment. All in all, things will be looking up professionally.
Card Meanings: Assertive, Efficient, Strong, Sexy, Confident, Fertility, Independent, Optimistic, Passionate, Hot Tempered, Command, Fondness, Chaotic, Organising Your Life, Courageous, Efficiency, Outgoing, Funny, Forgetful, Helping Others, Vivacious, A Lot Of Balls In The Air, Energetic, Motherhood, Attraction, Accomplishing Many Tasks
The Queen of Questing is one of the most fertile (metaphorically and literally) and feminine/womanly energies in the deck. In a reading she can often signify a literal person in our lives, most often female, and most often with hair tending toward the lighter shades in the spectrum. The Queen brings good energy, and is a positive sign to receive.
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Portable Magic: It may seem strange that the Aces represent the four manifest elements since the Aces reside on the Tree of Life in Ether, the highest of the ten Sephiroth. At first consideration, the four Tens might appear to be a better choice. However, the Tens have specific and limited meanings, whereas the Aces are the roots and upwelling sources for the elemental energies of the suits, embodying within themselves in potential all the meanings of the number cards of their suits. In the Kabbalah, Ether and Malkuth are esoterically connected, since the Malkuth of a higher world is the Ether of a lower world. The Aces (01) and Tens (10) are also intimately connected, as the mirror reflection of their numbers suggests.
Portable Magic: It is less easy to see where the picture cards of the Tarot originated. These twenty-two images have a strange appearance. They seem pregnant with esoteric symbolism, although their exact significance is often in doubt. Some show mythic figures in common use during the early fifteenth century, such as the Fool in his ragged clothes and the dancing goddess of the World. Others, such as the
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Tarot Triumphs: Looking at this another way, if we tie ourselves firmly to one particular sequential meaning of the numbering, then we may end up limiting the attributions of the cards themselves. Say, for instance, that I consider the World to be the crowning glory of the pack as the highest number (21) and imagine that it always represents completion and a major attainment. That means that in a Tarot reading I won’t be open to other possible interpretations, such as an emphasis on the mundane rhythm of everyday existence, or the benefit of worldly practicality in a particular situation. We need to allow our intuition to come into play within the scope of a Tarot divination. If there is too fixed an interpretation, then we lose many of the possibilities that the cards inherently possess.