Queen of Swords – Book of Thoth

Queen of Swords Divinatory Meanings

The Queen of Swords is a sorrowful woman who has lost in love, or is widowed.

Characteristics of the Queen of Swords

The person symbolized by this card should be intensely perceptive, a keen observer, a subtle interpreter, an intense individualist, swift and accurate at recording ideas; in action confident, in spirit gracious and just. Her movements will be graceful, and her ability in dancing and balancing exceptional.

If ill-dignified, these qualities will all be turned to unworthy purposes. She will be cruel, sly, deceitful and unreliable; in this way, very dangerous, on account of the superficial beauty and attractiveness which distinguish her.

Attributions of the Queen of Swords

Symbols of Queen of Swords

  • Severed head
  • Drawn sword
  • Clouds

Elemental Attributions

Water of Air

Zodiacal Attributions

20 Virgo – 20 Libra

Sephirah on the Tree of Life

Binah

Read More 

0 The Fool – Golden Dawn

0 The Fool – Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn Title of The Fool: The Spirit of Ether Divinatory Meanings of The Fool Idea, thought, spirituality, that which endeavours to rise above the material. MacGregor Mathers Folly, Expiation, Wavering. Reversed meanings Hesitation, Instability, Trouble arising...

Ace of Swords – Golden Dawn

Ace of Swords – Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn title The Radix of the Powers of Air Divinatory meanings Great energy called to do good. Stationary forces are roused and called into action. MacGregor Mathers Triumph, Fecundity, Fertility, Prosperity. Reversed Embarrassment, Foolish and Hopeless Love,...

Lord of Abundance 3 of Cups – Golden Dawn

Lord of Abundance 3 of Cups – Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn Title Lord of Abundance Divinatory meanings Correct judgement; full measure of all good things upon proper understanding of the situation at hand; a verdict of law that offers benefit, pleasure and prosperity; the understanding of death gives one access to...

Ace of Swords – Rider-Waite

Ace of Swords – Rider-Waite

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bmz-2DVndBf/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link A hand issues from a cloud, grasping as word, the point of which is encircled by a crown. Meanings Triumph, the excessive degree in everything, conquest, triumph of force. It is a card of great...

Leave a comment.

2 Comments

  1. Vikarini

    Hi Paul,
    looking at the Queen of Swords with the severed head, what comes to mind is Kali of Kashmir Shaivism.
    Kali was released from Durgha’s head to fight a fierce demon. Durgha is an expression of the female principle, a Shakti of Shiva.
    Kali accomplished the task in a hard fight and decapitated the demon. He asked her for the boon to be accepted as her servant.
    Would Crowley have known about this?

    Reply
    • 3d8jq

      Hi Vikarini,

      He probably did!

      Paul

      Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *