WELP. That’s what I get!
The Queen of Bows (Wands) was a double jumper, so I laid her down, cut, and drew my best friend Morty (fourth time this week) to keep her company. What made me laugh about this is that I had spent a good portion of the night reading a blog by a spirit worker who has Rabbit as an Underworld guide. LOL, tarot u so sassy well done; I’m going to bed now.
(While looking for further interpretation of the Queen, I found Little Red’s mapping of the Wildwood courts – a MARVELOUS idea and something I’ve never seen before. What a wonderful way to get to know the cards!)
ETA: If you are even the slightest bit interested in archetypes, philosophy, mythology and how all of that ties together, hie ye over to the Queen of the Night right quick like. Her most recent post presents some veeeeeery interesting points on the “animus” and death.
ETA2: “Become a Queen.” It’s right there DOH! Reading a few posts at Queen of the Night prompted me to pick up my copy of Goddesses in Every Woman and re-read the Persephone chapter. I’m not full Persephone, but I’m heavily… invested. I need to shake off the Kore and become the Queen. I did a quick spread asking what four seeds I need to eat to undergo the transformation, but didn’t much sense from it. “Death” was one of the cards, no surprises. Will revisit with another deck, I think.