Featured Card of the Day – Queen of Wands – 78 Tarot Carnival ~ Cirque du Tarot

Artist: Enys Guerrero

Website: None Given


Passion, vibrancy, free thought, confident

Artist’s Statement

“The Queen of Wands represents a strong, happy and healthy woman, who is a natural-born, intelligent leader who actively inspires others. She is full of energy and inspiration! I normally work with tragic and nostalgic themes, but this is such a strong card, that it transmitted me its own creative power and warmth. So, to represent her warmth and strong leader side, I decided to use red and gold as main colors, this is after all, a card related with the Fire element. I tried to make her appear goth with a happy and friendly expression, so it will relate to the woman who represents this card. And to perform the Wands theme, I decided to incorporate a wooden scepter, golden flowers and white roses. She is also a Carnival Circus Queen, and that’s why her wooden scepter is crowned with a royal Venetian mask.”

Card Meaning

The Queen of Wands is the vibrant Queen of the carnival, full of vigor and energy. Within her hand, she grasps her scepter, topped by a beautiful carnival mask, lending her a look of regal confidence, which she uses to inspire those around her, whilst her right hand is raised up to the sky. Surrounded by flowers thrown to her adoring public, she exudes passion and the contrasting colors of black and white in her costume give us some sense of her independent, free spirit, not to be constrained by one color or the other, with red showing her link to the fire of the wands suit.

This card embodies a strong and vital leader, with a streak of independence. She is engaging and inspiring, highly focused on her goals, but warm and welcoming in all her affairs.

Astrological Element & Association

Fire / Aries, Leo, Sagittarius

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