New Moon in Gemini – Part I

Pull for New Moon in Gemini – Part I

The intentions that I set forth before drawing my cards for the New Moon in Gemini were, to get out of my way, clear a path for a new beginning, revisit old projects, specifically this BLOG and writing, and actually complete something I thought I never would.

The query for New Moon in Gemini –

  1. What messages is the universe sending to me? – Queen of Wands
  2. How can I respond to these messages? – Queen of Cups
  3. What will I gain from this new information? VIII of Swords – reversed

Queen of Wands

What do I see when I look at this card? A woman of authority, sovereignty, and power sitting on a throne, flanked by two lions. In her right hand, she is holding a scepter/wand that has new growth and in her left hand, she is holding a sunflower. The back of her throne has carvings of sunflowers and lions.


Sunflowers have many associations, primary among those are, happiness, peace, hope, ambition, inspiration, healing & strength. Association with the color yellow in regards to the 7 Chakras is also thought to be a symbol of self-worth (1).

The black cat’s placement at the queen’s feet suggests her deep intuitive inner knowing. (2)

My reflection

Through the Queen of Wands, the Universe is reminding me to have courage, practice independence, and be determined and confident. I need to trust in knowing how to channel my strengths to accomplish what I desire, stay focused on my goals, and remain optimistic about the outcome. It is time to believe in myself and be bold about what I set out to achieve.

This message comes at a time when I have experienced a shift in my health, healing, mind, body, and soul. I am able to receive this message with an open heart and a willingness to follow this new path that is presented before me.

pull for new moon in gemini – part ii

I will cover the Queen of Cups and how can I respond to these messages in my next post.

Whatever you do or dream you can do – begin it. Boldness has genius and power and magic in it. 

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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