Part of the 2021 Theatre Kingston Storefront Fringe Festival
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Presented by AND? Productions
UPRIGHT: Independent, unbiased judgement, clear boundaries, direct communication
REVERSED: Overly-emotional, easily influenced, bitchy, cold-hearted
The Queen of Swords sits on a stone throne she holds a rose representing the Queens softer side, and blooms on her garments represent transformation. She faces towards the future, with her left hand she has received a gift, and in her right hand, she holds a sword up high and straight, representing her desire to find the truth in all matters. As with the earlier Swords Court cards, clouds accumulate in the sky and a strong wind passes through the trees, symbolizing the ongoing nature of change.
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Kingston ON K7L 1B2