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June Tarot ⋆ Were The Cards Right?

June’s tarot card for the month is the Queen of Swords. She sometimes represents a woman having a difficult time, and usually one without children. She is a stoic woman that requires information and intelligence to pass her judgements as she won’t be swayed by others.

I wasn’t expecting this to be as accurate as it was. April and May’s cards seemed very irrelevant to me, but this tarot was eerily right on the money.

Queens of Swords 

queen of swords

Keywords – Complexity, Principles, Clear Mindedness, Perceptive

Biddy Tarot
“She likes to know the how, what, why, where, when and who of everything to help her make sense of her environment.”
Biddy Tarot
“The Queen of Swords is a sign that you need to be independent in thought and in judgement. You must use your unbiased intelligence in order to make a judgement of a particular situation, drawing upon every piece of information and fact that you have gathered along the way.”
“The Queen of Swords does not want to wait and see what others would think, say or do. She knows what she wants and how to get it. She doesn’t ask permission or even subject herself to much influence.”

My Thoughts

There was some turbulence in my social life that required careful handling. I’d learned “something” I didn’t like it and I wasn’t prepared to rely on hear’say as gospel. So rather than be consumed by possible misinformation and burst into flames with rage, I composed myself a little and went straight to the heart of the issue. I wanted answers. That way I could make my own decisions, control my feelings and pass my judgements, if any, fairly.

Even though it was bold of me and perhaps a little rash, it ended up being the right choice. Everything was settled and the fire was put out before it could cause any permanent damage. We ended up laughing about it, and it was quickly forgotten. It was for the best in the end and I’m glad I was guided in this direction. It seems I am much better equipped to handle my emotions than I used to be, and I feel a lot closer to my friend because of it. Two things I am grateful for.

Until next time ♡


  1. This was a really interesting post! I’m really skeptical about tarot, horoscopes etc and anything sort of religious or other worldly but I do like to read them as a bit of fun. This card sounds like me in the independence department and in the doing things without guidance or influence. I’m glad you managed to sort your issues out without any real lasting effects and it’s great to hear you’re closer to your friend now because of it! Looking forward to reading more of these little updates.
    Alice Xx

  2. Your blog is so refreshing! I had my cards read a couple of weeks ago and although I’m not sure I believe in it, it was so interesting. It also actually helped me through a really difficult time. xx

    • Thank you! Even if you don’t believe (as you will see in previous posts I have been sceptical sometimes) it does give you a sense of guidance. I think Oracle/Angels cards are really good for that too! xx

  3. You acted in such a mature way to try and get things sorted, and I’m glad you have. You are so descriptive with your word choice, it’s very beautiful!

    I have started researching about tarots (I’m doing a fashion project based on them) and if you could direct me towards any books or websites that are worthy, that would be amazing too!

    • I can name a few! There’s are some of my favourites though:
      Witch by Lisa Lister
      Black Cats & Evil Eyes by Schloe Rhodes (that one is more about superstition and where they come from, but I like it a lot)
      Craft / How to be a Modern Witch by Gabriela Herstik
      The Wild Unknown Tarot Guidebook by Kim Krans (this is specific to her deck but it’s quite insightful)

      You can always download an app called Labyrinthos Academy. That teaches you the meaning of each card, how to read them and what not. Hope that helps! xx