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The Queen of the Thrones of Air
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"Queen of Swords"

Queen of Swords: The placing of the cruel queen on columns of clouds is intended to suggest rain and consequent darkening of the skies.

Represents the water part of Air, that is its elasticity and transmissive power.  She is throned on the clouds, and her helmet carries a child's head.  In one hand a sword, in the other a head of a man.  She represents the clear perception of an idea, the Liberator of mind.

Represents the watery part of air.  A graceful woman, intensely perceptive, a keen observer, subtle interpreter, an intense individualist, confident, gracious and just.  Ill-dignified: Cruel, sly, deceitful and unreliable woman.   Superficial attractiveness makes her all the more dangerous.


This page last updated: 03/01/2018

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