Queen of Diamonds
Posted by Cardseer on September 19, 2007
Playing Card Meanings for Divination:
Queen of Diamonds
The Suit of Diamonds represents money, rewards, improvement, energy, electricity, intelligence and government service.
The Queen: A woman over 18 years of age.
How to Read the Queen of Diamonds:
Traditionally, the Queen of Diamonds represents a woman with very light coloring - red or light blond hair with blue, green or gray eyes. She might also have gray or white hair. The Queen of Diamonds is intelligent, imaginative, energetic woman who is cultured and financially secure.
An older symbolic meaning for this card is of a rich socialite dripping in diamonds and fur. When surrounded by unfavorable cards, the Queen of Diamonds can represent a garish, flirtatious woman who manipulates men for her own ends, and then tosses them aside when they no longer serve her needs. In a love triangle, the Queen of Diamonds often represents “the other woman.”
In modern interpretations, The Queen of Diamonds represents an intelligent, dynamic woman of authority. There is usually money around her. She might be a wealthy jet-setter, an account executive, a CPA, a bank manager, or a government official.
My grandmother read the Queen of Diamonds as a young relative by marriage. She might be a mother-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, step child, step-sister, or any family bond by marriage.
Multiples and Combinations with the Queen of Diamonds:
Two Queens: sharing confidences, gossip, can be catty talk, or rivalry with Queen of Spades.
Three Queens: a group of female friends, a night out with the girls.
Four Queens: Girl’s school, sorority, any organization consisting of mostly women.
Queen + Jack: a female friend from the past is returning to the seeker’s life. With the J♥ it could be an old love interest.
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