Queen of Wands :-



Water : Water of Fire : The Queen of the Thrones of Flame

Dark woman, countrywoman, friendly, chaste, loving, honourable. If the card beside her signifies a man, she is well disposed towards him; if a woman, she is interested in the Querent. Also, love of money, or a certain success in business.
Additional meaning: A good harvest, which may be taken in several senses.
Good, economical, obliging, serviceable. Signifies also—but in certain positions and the neighbourhood of other cards tending in such directions—opposition, jealousy, even deceit and infidelity.
The characteristics of the Queen are adaptability, persistent energy, calm authority which she knows how to use to enhance her attractiveness. She is kindly and generous, but impatient of opposition. She has immense capacity for friendship and for love, but always on her own initiative.
There is as much pride in this card as in the Knight, but it lacks the spontaneous nobility which excuses that error. It is not true pride, but self-complacent vanity and even snobbery.
The other side of her character is that she may have a tendency to brood, come to a wrong decision thereon, and react with great savagery. She may be easily deceived; then she is likely to shew herself stupid, obstinate, tyrannical. She may be quick to take offence, and harbour revenge without good cause. She might turn and snap at her best friends without intelligible excuse. Also, when she misses her bite, she breaks her jaw!
Queen of the Thrones of Flame
Adaptability, steady force applied to an object. Steady rule; great attractive power, power of command, yet liked notwithstanding. Kind and generous when not opposed.
If ill-dignified,
obstinate, revengeful, domineering, tyrannical and apt to turn suddenly against another without cause.
Woman living in the country, Lady of the Manor, Love of Money, Avarice, Usury.
A good and virtuous Woman, but strict and economical; Obstacles, Resistance, opposition.
Woman of the Country, Housewife, Economy, Honesty, Politeness. Gentleness, Virtue. Honour, Chastity.
Good Woman, Kindness, Excellence. Obliging, Officious, Helpful. Favour, Service, Duty.
Country woman, honest, economical woman, honourable and loving, virtuous, chaste, good and inclined to be friendly and interest herself in the querent. The card may also indicate love of money, economy and gifts.
A woman of economical habits, wealthy or desiring wealth, steadily resolved to get at riches, certainly not ‘cheap’; more or less artistic, may be a painter, dancer or musician; she is faithful, but may be subject to moods and changes of taste. Honesty may be certified, but not without a certain amount of egotism, e.g. materialism. She is very passive and cool, phlegmatic and not easily to be roused to passion, if ever. This, of course, makes the impression of ‘chaste.’ There is, however, a solid sort of sensuality. In strong cases, there is a real virtue. Banking, agriculture, art, capital, money. The latter more to be seen as ‘money-matters’ than as ‘ready money,’ and rather papers of value, shares, bonds, banknotes, than coined money.