Not sure if you’ve been too caught up in your emotions recently, but that may be the case since the Queen of Swords card showed up for you today.
This powerful card is connected to the number 52 which is related to introspection and being inquisitive.
When you look at this card, you see an unhappy queen gazing into the distance.
She has a vantage point from the clouds of being able to see anything and everything. She cannot be tricked or fooled since she sees all of the truth.
She represents judgement which is connected to Libra, an air sign, which is fitting because the suite of swords is connected to the element of air.
This card also indicates the ability to be flexible and learn from others, so keep that in mind when you are connecting with people in your life who may have knowledge that you need.
The suit of swords usually represents thoughts, words, and actions and appears when it is time to look at how you are communicating your ideas, making your decisions, and whether or not you are coming from a powerful perspective.
The lack of emotion on the face of the Queen indicates that you need to use logic, not your emotions, to make any decisions at this time. Consider all of the facts first.
She is compassionate as indicated by her extended hand, but her way of connecting and helping others is logical, not emotional.
The Queen can also represent an older wise woman showing up in your life to help you in a logical way at this time.
Facts About the Number 52
There are 52 weeks in a calendar year and 52 cards in a deck. It is also the number of white keys on a piano and an important number in the Mayan calendar.
It is a Bell number, decagonal number, and an untouchable number. It is also the number of letters in the English alphabet if you count both lowercase and uppercase letters.
In angel numbers, fifty-two represents learning and expansion, as learning is the only way to progress.
The Nag Hammadi comprises a set of 52 religious and philosophical texts and was unearthed in 1945 containing books of the bible and secret sayings of Christ which didn’t appear in the bible.
“I will tap into my logic to make important decisions at this time and not be swayed by my emotions. And I will remain flexible in my thinking so I can learn from others who may have valuable knowledge I need at this time.”