King of Hearts meaning
The King of hearts card signifies personal qualities of honesty and spirituality. It represents a kind-hearted and fair man. His gentle temperament makes him a fine friend and an excellent life-partner. While passionate and amorous, the King of Hearts tends to be hasty with his feelings, especially love.
Detailed meanings for the King of Hearts
KING OF HEARTS
This happy card, taken in isolation, means: Serious blond man who will be your protector.
From this honest man, you will only receive excellent advice; he will be a sincere friend to you.
His loyalty will be a sure guarantee of his good intentions towards you. Listen to him in everything; he will guide you on the right path and even, if you are troubles, his kindness will not fail you.
The King of hearts having on the right a
Spade: A married blond man means you well.
Heart: He will help you to find someone special for you. – He will do you a great service.
Diamond: Is on his way to see you.
Club: Will send you money soon.
Having on the left a
Spades: You will be taken care of.
Heart: Guaranteed protection of your interests by a blond man.
Diamond: Upcoming trip on business of interest; a loyal man will help you to carry out this business successfully.
Club: Protection of a very rich blond man.
With the Queen of hearts: Advantageous relationship or marriage. – More abundance.
Between two cards of the same value: Plans for building a close relationship with somebody.
King of Hearts—Upright.
The primary significations of this card are a blonde man, an advocate and a man of note, but its secondary significations are those attached to the state and legislation.
As the representative of an individual, this card shows a good, kind-hearted man, of an amorous disposition, rash in his enterprises, and generally hasty and passionate in all his actions.
Coming out as a blonde man, it has these synonyms:
Honest man; honesty; probity; equity; arts and sciences.
Considered as a man of note or statesman, the synonyms are:
Legislation; legislator; laws; decrees; code; statutes; precepts; commandments; combination; institution; constitution; temperament; complexion; natural and moral law; religious law; civil law; politics; politician; natural right; right of nations; public rights.
King of Hearts—Reversed.
This card coming out reversed, designates a man of natural light complexion, neither fair nor brown, with dark brown hair and hazel eyes, of an excellent temper, easily imposed upon, credulous, moderately given to love matters, yet addicted to vice and incontinence. Its other primary significations are a tutor, or a man in anger, possessing vices, the reverse of those good qualities attributed to the card when upright. In this case the synonyms are:
Indignation; agitation; irritation; wrath; rage; fury; frenzy; violence; hatred; aversion; animosity; peril; animadversion; antipathy; resentment; vengeance; affront; outrage; blasphemy; storm; tempest; cruelty; inhumanity; atrocity.
The chief secondary signification of this is a man in office, or professional politician, to which are given the following synonyms:
Man of rank; dishonest man; exaction; pillage; injustice; simony; a dishonorable person; a burglar.
The King of Hearts
As Master-Card, is figured that the Querist deals or has had much to do with a Man of fair skin and light type, of good temperament.
Influenced by an Ace of like suit, one notably unselfish. By Knave, a Lover, Husband, Friend. By a Queen, a Lovematch.
By a Diamond, a Man of Wealth or artistic nature.
By a high club, a Man of Energy withal ; by a low club, one of Prudence.
By a Spade, a man of some defect of Temperament, or of a Chronic Malady or Blemish, ominous to him and others.
King of hearts Card title – Stock-holder
A blond man. Wealthy and well-established. Trustworthy friend, who will defend your interests.
If reversed – Various obstacles to his projects.
He holds a short scepter in his left hand and a great cup in his right; his throne is set upon the sea; on one side a ship is riding and on the other a dolphin is leaping. The implicit is that the Sign of the Cup naturally refers to water, which appears in all the court cards.
Divinatory Meanings: Fair man, man of business, law, or divinity; responsible, disposed to oblige the Querent; also equity, art and science, including those who profess science, law and art; creative intelligence.
Reversed: Dishonest, double-dealing man; roguery, exaction, injustice, vice, scandal, pillage, considerable loss.
Five interesting questions about King of Hearts that people asked in May
- “Does he really love me or is he just saying it?” — Judy
- “Do guys feel guilty after dumping a girl? He always acted like a saint. King of hearts. As***le. — Kate
- “Why does he get upset when I ignore him? We are not exclusive. If he dates other girls why should I be mad about him? “ — Dianora
- “Does he treat me more than a friend or like a lover?” — Heather CD
- “He still care about me? Omen, sign, karba … whatever … just give me a reasonable hint.” —Freda
If you have a question, the cards have an answer. Just ask.
King of Hearts meaning in a card spread. Try the original Cardarium readings.
Cartomancy is never based on the interpretation of a single card. It is the interplay of the cards that creates the most interesting insights.
Go ahead and try the card reading below.
If you get the King of hearts on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.
If you know what you are doing, try the Free Card Spirits oracle. The unstable arcana spirits dwell in the beliefs of the consultant. If your belief is strong enough, they might help you in many ways – for example – conceive a baby, seduce a lover or curse an enemy. It is a dangerous kind of cartomancy, so it is not for the beginners.