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The Tarot of Eli: The Tarot of The Old Path- Queen of Rods, & The Thoth Tarot- Queen of Wands.

Qabalistic Tarot Card Comparisons.

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In the Tarot of the Old Path, the Queen of Wands, is the Queen of Rods.

The very presence of the Queen of Rods, her cloths and hair, suggest the element of Fire that rules this card.

This attractive Queen, wears a Golden Crown and necklace with peaks that suggest spiritual enlightenment and the three stages of Goddess as Maid, Mother and Crone.

In the language of flowers, the convulvulus vine and flowers intertwined in her crown signify her patience, devotion and her love of nature.

In her left hand, signifying regeneration of family life, is a sprig of mistletoe. The rod of goat willow in her right hand, represents wisdom.

The primary meaning of this card is of a red haired, hazel eyed, family loving, nature loving charming- wise woman.

The Thoth Tarot- Queen of Wands:

Binah, the Power of the Queens, is the Third Sephiroth on the Tree of Life; she is called the Sanctifying Intelligence known as Understanding. The Queens are another aspect of this Sanctifying Intelligence.

Seated and enthroned, the Queens represent the forces of Heh (meaning window or sight) in the Divine Vibration of each suit. By bringing forth a material Force of each suit, the Queens , develop and realize the Force of the King. This is a steady, unshaken and enduring force that is not as rapid in motion, as are the Princes which are called Knights in the Tarot of the Old Path.

The Queen of Wands is Queen of the Thrones of Flame. Queen of the Salamanders, or Salamandines. The astrological attribution is the last Decan of Pisces--the first two Decans of Aries.Because the Queens are about Materialized Force, there are no Angels represented here, rather the Elementals are conscious force here.

The Queen of Wands is Water of Fire, which would seem rather silly to mundane understanding; However, if we understood Water to be consciousness and Fire to be Primal Spirit, than this is less counterintuitive. This fire is Vital Life Force, passionate, extreme and often violent in Nature, as it is the Motion in the movement of all things.

 

To show her great control over this Primeval Fire, the Queen of Wands sits on a Throne of flames, one hand resting on a leopard and one hand holding the Wand of Fire. Here the leopard represents the ferocity of fire under the on-hands control of the Queen.

 

The Wand, also a symbol of Will, indicates She is also able to direct the Force she has tamed. This wand is also topped with a cone, hinting at the knowledge and mysteries of Bacchus/Dionysus. This wand is a imitation of the Greek Thyrsus. Usually shown as a weapon, often used by the Maenads, as depicted in the above ancient Greek illustration.

 

This is the character of a powerful, sexually attractive mature woman. Great Sexual energy, means great creative potential, so this person is best off, if she pores her passion into the arts, career or family life. Devoting her life to bringing something of value into being.

As with Primordial Fire, this person must practice focus and willful control of her Fiery nature, or all Hell will break lose! Oh, did I mention that the figure on the Throne is that of the Goddess Hel who rules the underworld of deep dark emotions? And in Mythology, the underworld is where mundane souls go to be cleansed of memories of past life and cleansed for a ritual rebirth....of course, on Hel's initiative.

When the Queen of Wands or Rods is thrown during a reading, she represents a personality or person that is of:

  • Adaptable.
  • Persistent energy
  • Calm authority that she often uses to add to her attractiveness.
  • Kind and generous to those who don't oppose her.
  • Hates opposition.
  • Powerfully  gracious in love and friendship, all of which is on her own terms.
  •  Her passionate emotion creates a Tendency to be side tracked from goals.
  • A deep desire to understand the deeper aspects of herself.
  • Hot passion and sharp wit.
  • Spiritual awareness.
  • Charm and wit.
  • Love of children and family life.

The negative characteristics of this Queen, as shown by accompanying cards:

  • Vanity and snobbery
  • a tendency to brood, thereby, making wrong decisions that promote acting in great violence.
  • Her great passion makes her easy to deceive, causing her to react stupidly, tyrannically and obstinately.
  • May be quick to take offense, harboring revenge without good cause

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