Queen of Cup
A word from the creator of the Tarot Linestrider:
Virtue, femininity, vision, spirituality, intuition, enlightenment, nurturing care, fertility, creativity, success, power.
Queen of Cups Ruling Emotions speaks of compassion, love, and caring for others. I drew a beautiful woman, in an introspective pose, holding a cup in her hands. The cup is closed and contains a fish, the symbol of spirit and creativity. The closed cup is an indication that the Queen's thoughts are coming from the depths of her being rather than the outside world. The fish and the starfish crown are symbols of the unconscious, creativity, emotions, mind and feelings.
In a reading, the Queen of Cups could symbolize an aspect of yourself or a person in your life. She often comes across as a mature woman, and her intuition is unmatched.It represents the force of water and has a strong connection with the subconscious. This card appears when you play a nurturing, empathetic, and compassionate role. Use your intuition and your ability to make connections. This card is also a good omen for artistic achievements and endeavors that tap into your imagination and creativity.
On the other hand, It represents the force of water and has a strong link with the unconscious. This card appears when you play an empathetic and compassionate nurturing role. Use your intuition and your ability to make connections. This card is also a good omen for artistic achievements and endeavors that tap into your imagination and creativity.
Conversely, The Queen of Cups suggests an inability to bond emotionally and a dissociation of the subconscious, which nourishes the soul and helps creation. On a relationship level, the inverted map evokes a time of stress and a lack of empathy or understanding. Excessive emotions, or those related to a state of exhaustion, could distract you from the positive aspects of this queen. You must find your way back to the source of the water, for your strength lies in the deep stillness of the subconscious world. "