Swords represent the element of air, and the intellect. She is a brilliant and intellectual woman, who doesn’t suffer fools lightly. She might be a writer, scientist, or corporate executive. Her success is her own, and she might come across as prickly. Traditionally she was seen as a widow, divorcee, or spinster.
You know where you stand with this woman. She is honest and frank. She might watch you for a while before she forms her opinion. She is professional in all business dealings. Her ability to cut to the heart of all situations, makes her a good troubleshooter and choice for heading a project. She is a good communicator and demands the same from those in relationship with her.
If you are strong, honest, and willing to communicate, this woman can be a good ally. If you pick a fight with her, be aware that she has already considered each side of the argument and is not afraid to tell you, in detail, how flawed your logic is.
The Queen of Swords only interacts with the Lovers if it follows that card.
Lovers: If any cards from the suit of Swords come after the Lovers, it indicates the end of a relationship.
The Suit — Swords
The sword cuts and dissects. Swords represents the element of air. They are intellect. They are double-sided, which allows them to both damage and heal. The images in the suit might be alarming to some, but they are not simply aggressive. Yes, we can use blades to inflict pain, but we also use them to carve, shave, and trim.
Rank — Queen
Traditionally, queens represent women over the age of 35. Energetically, the queens represent a wise and nurturing ally or formidable enemy. Queens may indicate a period of inner growth.