In this paper is to review the significance of the four queens of the minor arcana in the tarot of love Chuck. Each has special features related to the club to which they belong, and an energy similar to that of the major arcana. This time we will deal with four queens of different suits of minor arcana, and its implication on the circulation of the tarot of love. The high figures are the minor arcana cards of great energy, and have a status similar to the major arcana. We'll see how the emergence of these four cards determines the different messages in the tarot of love. The Queen of Cups is almost equal in strength to the Priestess. Few people have such a level of intuition and sixth sense like her.
The force of water connects with the unconscious. May be considered as a mirror of the inner world of people. She sees what others can not see. In the tarot of love, may mean that communication with your partner will be excellent, because you'll be able to see what the other person actually stored in your interior. You will become friend and adviser, the shoulder to mourn, the ideal complement to your beloved. The queen of diamonds is the version of the minor arcana of the Empress, a powerful figure, who cares and watches over those he loves. All their actions tend to ensure those she considers her children, not necessarily their blood children, but for all those whom she loves. In the tarot of love, indicates that it is time that you become the person attending to the other person, as this responsibility will fall on you.
If a weak point of the queen of diamonds is the obsession has to care for others. Be aware that this attitude does not take you to satiate the other. Take care if overprotective, no. The queen of clubs in the tarot of love tells of a woman very beautiful, powerful-perhaps not in the material, but in his personality-powerful, but extremely elusive. Do not let anyone near him but a superficial level, and is very difficult to give body and soul to be loved. Its ambiguity is that she looks sexy and sensual, yet distant men. When the queen comes, tells of a woman who can not be loved. It seems that the curse is that you can only love him who overcomes in battle. With such demands, it may eventually alone and resentful. It is a voice that warns us that sometimes it is better to "get caught" a foolish pride to keep us away from who we love.