The Queen of Cups
(the true meaning)



The title Queen of Cups, could relate to the fact that Arsenal got to four cup finals and a few semi-finals under Terry Neill, but only won one trophy.
That was never really the case. The title relates to Lee's new wife Emily, or "M" rather.


The Queen of Cups is nurturing, caring, compassionate and sensitive. She is a good wife and a loving mother as she is emotionally secure and can connect on an emotional level with others. She is admired for her fairness and honesty, and is warm-hearted. Often a healer, counsellor or psychic, this is a woman who seems to know what is wrong even before you open your mouth. She seems to have exactly the right solution to problems relating to relationships, emotions and feelings. She easily tunes in to what you are feeling and is able to help you make sense of it in a sensitive and compassionate manner. As such, her intuition is very strong and she has a unique talent at being able to pick up on emotional energy. She is often like a mirror, reflecting the hidden depths of others back to them, so they can see their own mysteries for themselves. One of the greatest assets of the Queen of Cups is her ability to sense the needs of those around her. The Queen of Cups must constantly uphold her boundaries between herself and others. If not properly protected, the Queen of Cups can lose her own sense of self. This is her greatest vulnerability. The Queen of Cups tends to think with her heart, rather than her head. She may lack common sense and rationality but she is highly intuitive and sometimes psychic and dreamy. The Queen of Cups symbolises achievements made possible by the use of imagination and creativity. This is a woman who is highly imaginative and artistically gifted, affectionate and romantic in outlook. She is often involved in creative or literary pursuits, and enjoys art, good music, literature and things of beauty. 


Photograph Above. Emily or "M"