Queen of Swords as a Person: Upright & Reversed

Queen of Swords is a strong, independent woman who is unafraid to stand up for her beliefs.

She is fiercely loyal to her friends and family and will always fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. She is a wise and determined leader making decisions with integrity and an eye for justice.

Queen of Swords as a Person

The upright and the inverted versions of the Queen of Swords as a person are viable interpretations of this card. The Queen of Swords, when seen in an upright posture, is symbolic of a powerful, intellectual, and self-sufficient person.

This individual is very analytical and has a keen intellect both of which they employ to cut through any confusion or chaos in their lives.

They have a strong sense of justice and truth and do not shy away from speaking up against injustice or disinformation because they have this strong feeling. They are also highly competent in relying on themselves and do not shrink from taking on challenging tasks, nor do they avoid confrontation.

An individual who embodies the Queen of Swords is someone who is both kind and fair. Tough love is what you can expect from this person if they decide you need it. Those born under the sign of the air tend to embody the sign’s traditionally feminine characteristics.

They have the ability to speak clearly, like a Gemini. They, like Libra, are adept at finding their way through social situations and keeping the peace.

They excel in diplomatic maneuvers. They, like other Aquariuses, want to stay out of the limelight.

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Queen of Swords as a Person: Reversed

when the Queen of Swords is reversed, she takes on a different person. In the reversed position, the Queen of Swords becomes overly analytical and critical. They are so focused on their thoughts and opinions that they are unable to see the perspectives of others.

They may become cold and distant and struggle to connect emotionally with others. They may also be prone to making impulsive decisions based solely on their own opinions and desires without considering the consequences for others.

In the reversed position, the Queen of Swords can also become manipulative and cunning, using their intelligence and sharp wit to gain control over others.

They may become ruthless and unforgiving, unwilling to forgive or let go of grudges. This person may also struggle with addiction and self-destructive behavior as they try to cope with the stress and pressure of their own expectations.

The Queen of Swords represents logic, insight, or special knowledge. Queens are docile, which fits them if they operate in an industry that values secrecy. This judge or mediator is fair and caring. They’re good character judges.

This individual may not work in law. They succeed in fields that demand judgment, detail, and reasoning. 


The Queen of Swords has excellent physical and mental strength but a tendency to overthink and nitpick. This person wants truth and justice and speaks up, whether right-side up or upside down.

They’re powerful and competent, but if they don’t connect with people, they may become emotionally distant and detached. In the end, the Queen of Swords won’t accept mediocrity and won’t stop until they succeed.