Queen Of Bows – Wildwood Tarot Deck
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I. The Position of Queen of Bows Wildwood Tarot on The Wheel
Move to the summer solstice point.
II. The Meaning of Queen of Bows Wildwood Tarot
The Hare is linked to spring (Eostre, Hare goddess of Saxon people) and sexual instinct. In the Celtic period, killing them was taboo. Because of their good fertility, they are a symbol of fertility and potential. Hare itself represents intuition and rebirth, so it is well connected to the moon, but reincarnation and hare are also connected to the traditional Judgment Tarot card, represented by fire and sun, such as this Queen, so there is a unifying factor here. Hare is also known for their “boxing” rituals, usually in mid-March.
III. The interpretation of Queen of Bows Wildwood Tarot
A companion in life that empathizes and understands, leading you to a deeper level of awareness and helping you realize what is needed to succeed in everything. Wise and skillful, gentle and kind, the Queen of Bows supports you and helps you strengthen your consistency.
As someone who is in your life: The Queen of Bows is a delicate and famous person, who has great confidence. As a friend, he/she is extremely devoted and kind, quickly defending or taking your side in any situation.
As an aspect or process: Warm and approachable. Jealousy and rivalry. Unpredictable. Retaliation. Empathy and understanding.
As an event/situation: Brings a gracious understanding. Use your ambition creatively. Disguise contempt or insult and undermine the plans of others. A party or social gathering. A business opportunity. The offer of peace, confrontation, or destruction. Witchcraft or cowardly tricks.
Question: How do you influence your surroundings? How can your plans be nurtured? Where do you need to be bold and knowledgeable?
IV. The guideline of Queen of Bows Wildwood Tarot
The transforming power of the King of Bows now gives way to the fertility of the Queen of Bows. The Queen is represented by Hare. In the image of Wildwood, she is portrayed as alert, quivering, and attentive under the full moon. Hares are surrounded by legends in many cultures and because they are extremely prolific breeders, she has been linked with fertility. Hare actually produces a litter of leverets every month and if you add this to her nocturnal habits, she also becomes strongly tied to the moon’s energy. Hares have no burrows, but lives exposed and outdoors. Therefore, baby rabbits are born alert and with open eyes, can cope without the mother from an early age. It is very important if your mother is the Queen of Bows!
As a person, she is not an indifferent mother, but her care is not a maternal or excessive affection – a charge often leveled at the traditional Queen of Wands! Hare is a support partner, but quite self-sufficient; she is perfectly capable of doing everything herself and knows that everyone else is the same – they just need a gentle incentive to ride the bike without stabilizers!
Together with others in the Bows family, the Queen can represent an attractive, passionate, agile character. She participates in the work with enthusiasm and spirit and is a popular can-do sort of person. From now till the days before the summer solstice, Queen of Bows asks you to consider: Which friends, families can benefit from some gentle non-invasive support? What ideas or projects are you hesitating to give birth to?
V. Keywords and extensions of Queen of Bows Wildwood Tarot
Fire element, Kindness, Responsibility, Sympathy, Understanding, Using your ambition creatively/to undermine the efforts of others, A party or business opportunity, Accountability, The offer of peace and love, Usefulness, Courage, Charm, Success in business.