Add up all your 1's, 2', 3', 4's, and 5's.
If you have mostly 1's you are a . . .
You are willing to put on you full armor and do what you have to do for justice. You are determind and relentless. You rule your kingdom with a spear in your hand. Just like Queen Nzingha of Angola who fought side by side with her soldiers and defeated the Porteguese. Read more about her on the African Queens page.
If you have mostly 2's you are a . . .
You are the boss. You command respect. You do not mind telling people what you want and how you want it. When you say jump everybody better say, "How high, your Majesty?" You are like Queem Hatsepshut of Ancient Kemet (Egypt). She took over rule of Kemet and dressed and acted like a male Pharoah. Therefore, she did not rule as a Queen she ruled as a Pharoah. Read more about her on the African Queens page.
If you have mostly 3's you are a . . .
You are the perfect example of inner and outer beauty. You are graceful and stylish. Everyone appreciates and admires your beauty. You inspire others and put a smile on their face just by being in their presence. Everyone wants to be you and be around you. You are like Makeda, Queen of Sheba, in the Bible. She captured the eye of King Solomon with her exotic African beauty. Read more about her on the African Queens page.
If you have mostly 4's you are a . . .
You are revolutionary and constantly reinventing yourself. You promote change. You love to learn new things and share them with others. You enjoy reading, writing, art, music, dance, and drama. You have your own style and refuse to follow in anyone's footsteps because you create your own footsteps. Your not afraid to express new ideas and be different. Just like Queen Nefertiti of Ancient Kemet who was married to Ancient Kemet Pharaoh, Akhenaten. Nefertiti could not relegate herself to the traditional role of subservient-queen. She envisioned an active role for herself in reshaping civilization. Read more about her on the African Queens page.
If you have mostly 5's you are a . . .
You nurture those around you. Encouraging them to be the best they can be. People feel comfortable and safe around you and will tell you their life story. They are constantly in search of your wise advice. If a loved one is sick or down they can count on you to bring them some chicken soup for the soul. You are like Queen Nandi of the Zulu Nation. She gave birth to a nation by giving birth to Shaka Zulu who created the greatest empire South Africa has ever seen. Read more about her on the African Queens page.