THE QUEEN OF COINS

The Queen of Coins represents those personalities born between September 23 and October 23. This sign represents the softer side of womanhood. In one hand, she holds the rattle of Isis representing the ovaries, and in the other hand, a scale. She is the harmonizer of the zodiac. Libras, ruled by Venus, believe in partnership, mediation, or appeasement. They are mental, talkative, social, expressive and gregarious. They enjoy interior decorating, luxury, and the arts. Peace-loving and flirtatious, they dislike confrontation and being alone. They tend to be gullible, to procrastinate, and to have trouble making up their mind.

Their best quality is that they are very nice, easy-going people. Their worst quality is that they seek constant approval. For that reason, they have a hard time saying no to people and give in too easily. The Libra issue then becomes that life is unfair because often their good natures are not reciprocated in kind. In fact, this type of person attracts those who are willing to take advantage of their compliancy. When this card appears right-side-up in a spread, it represents a woman with a Libra-type personality.  When it is reversed, it represents a man with the same personality type. 

For more information about the Brotherhood of Light Egyptian Tarot, Hermetic Astrology and Alchemy, visit www.light.org.

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About letstalktarot

Allyn McCray began reading Tarot in 1971 after discovering a deck in an occult shop in San Francisco, California. In 1999, the American Tarot Association recognized her as a Certified Tarot Reader. During her experience as an Internet reader between 2000 and 2002, Allyn’s readings were regularly featured on the websites, Psychicnut and Roadtalk. In 2002, Allyn joined The Church of Light, aka Light.Org, a non-profit international school of esoteric studies, where she is now a Hermetician, Certified Teacher, and Minister. Allyn also serves as the Communications Director of The Church of Light and is a Section Advisor in The Order of the Sphinx.
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