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Cards from Queen of Wands

Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands contains the water aspect of the Queens and the Fire aspect of the Wands suit. The feminine creative force. She is a person who can channel natural female forces and shape them with the passion and energy of flame. A strong and outgoing person at the center of things, keeping the world around her moving and evolving. Constantly transforming the old into the new. Her magic is steam, in which anything can take shape, of which any form can be molded.
Cards from Nine of Wands

Nine of Wands

The 9 of Wands is about standing up to a powerful force even if that means doing it alone and potentially getting hurt in that process. The 9 of Wands is about being prepared, determined, dedicated, tough, independent, an energized gate, overcoming adversity, focusing strength, confident, and having a positive outlook that leads to future success. It says: "I'm not giving up!" It is a card that sees a person at both his or her weakest and strongest point while coming out alive and kicking -- stronger than ever before. When the 9 of Wands represents a person, he or she masters and sacrifices his or her fear in order to drum up the focused and precise strength needed to reach the goal of protection.
Cards from Two of Coins

Two of Coins

The Two of Pentacles remind us how to adapt to change and to deal with all the dualities we have to face in our lives. By accepting all that is - light and dark, life and death, movement and stillness, male and female - and by using the means at our disposal, we can face all the fluctuations of life deftly and with a cheerful heart. The Two of Pentacles is a card of resourcefulness, which allows us to unite what might appear opposed, whether in our own minds or around us. It tells us that the earth might give us our foundation, but we need to rise above it in order to grow in body, intelligence, heart and spirit.

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