Solar energy. Everybody wants to be with this fiery lady (Sagittarius/Leo/Aries) who is so inspiring and energetic she seems to glow. She attracts followers and friends like moths to a flame. She’s bright, passionate, and always ready with a new plan, idea, or solution. She seems to anticipate potential problems or obstacles before anyone else – she does have a rather watchful and wary looking black cat seated beside her throne at her feet. This is the Queen of Intuition, and she holds her tall, straight staff like an antennae or receiver. She gazes us straight in the eye with a knowing expression on her face but she looks like she’s thinking something that she may or may not express verbally. She holds a massive sunflower in her left hand and the entire card is a hot, sunny yellow – her robes, her crown, and her power is such that she’s lit up the entire sky behind her, also bright yellow – solar energy. Her Chakra is the solar plexus, where we like to feel all warm inside.
Wherever she goes, she attracts attention. This Queen is the one who seems to be able to do it all. She’s Samantha Stevens in ‘Bewitched’. House is always in order, kid always looks nice, she always looks beautiful. She’s the perfect hostess (she even had a bar in the living room!) and could whip up a perfect dinner without breaking a sweat – smiling all the while. How does she do it?
After once again solving the crisis du jour and at the end of the episode Samantha always looks back over her shoulder at the camera and gives us a little wink and a nose-wriggle.
A natural leader, her King couldn’t resist her fiery spirit, keen instincts and joyous energy.
Samantha’s mortal husband Darren loudly and adamantly discouraged witchcraft in his home but was frequently the unknowing beneficiary of his Queen’s semi-covert paranormal talents. Darren probably would have lost his advertising job a long time ago had his loving wife not stepped in (often). She is the consummate crisis manager, and never fails to ‘fix it’, even if it’s from ‘behind the scenes’.
She brings joy, radiates happiness and generally summer fun. She would like to remind us, though, to not burn our candle it at both ends –
– or through our bank accounts.