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Eight of Wands

Eight of Wands is a Minor Arcana Tarot card. In the Rider-Waite deck, the card shows eight diagonal staves of staggered length angled across an open landscape with river, as designed by artist Pamela Colman Smith. Tarot cards are used throughout much of Europe to play tarot card games.

Eight of wands is a card of action; swiftness and conveys immediate information or action; news swiftly traveling. Because the suit of Wands relates to data, look for new communication and unexpected news.

The Fool

The Fool is one of the 78 cards in a tarot deck. In tarot card reading, it is one of the 22 Major Arcana, sometimes numbered as 0 or XXII. In light of the playful and fun energy of the upright Fool, the reversal suggests you are exploring this spirit on a more personal and quiet level. For example, instead of letting down your hair and dancing up on stage, you are dancing in your bedroom like no one is watching. Look at how you can bring more play into your daily life, even if you start by doing it in private.

Even when reversed, the Fool is an indicator of newness and the purity and open-hearted energy of a child. However, beware.

Queen of Cups

The Queen of Cups is a beautiful, introspective woman who sits on a throne at the edge of the sea. In her hands, she holds a golden cup adorned with handles shaped like angels. Unlike most of the cups in the Suit of Cups cards, this cup is closed – showing that the Queen’s thoughts and feelings come from her subconscious mind and the depths of her soul.

She sits upon a stone throne decorated with images of sea-nymphs, fish, and scallop shells. The sea and fish are symbols of the unconscious mind, and water represents emotion, spirit, and perception. A cloudless, bright blue sky and tranquil waters from the sea surround her. Her feet do not touch the water; they rest on colorful pebbles on the shore. She is connected to her emotions (as represented by the water) but not overwhelmed by them.

Loving, warmth, kindness, sensitivity, The Queen of Cups represents a sincere and caring woman of a tender heart. She is thoughtful, patient, and can connect with people on an emotional level. (EZM)

WE&P by: EZorrilla.

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