Knight of Swords meaning
The Knight of Swords stands for a fierce and brave warrior with tenacity and a desire to accomplish big things. Moving forward is the only choice no matter how small the steps. Success comes from seizing each moment with both hands. There will always be excuses, but rarely opportunity. Therefore, the Knight of Swords is a YES card.
Detailed meanings of the Knight of Swords
CARD NUMBER 52. – Knight of the Swords (The Ritter).
Upright. – Valor, destruction. Trouble caused by a soldier or a man in a dangerous occupation.
Reversed. – Ignorance. Compromising friend, debts.
Shoot First and Ask Questions LaterIn the quest to be a hero, it can be easy to act impulsively and without much forethought. The Knight of Swords, while he usually acts for the greater good, has allowed himself to become absorbed with his public image. On his quest for glory and recognition, he oftentimes lets his own personal motives take precedence over the solution that offers the best results for all parties involved. He may be motivated by an unwavering sense of justice or personal understanding of what is right and wrong, leading him to impose his beliefs upon others. This does not necessarily mean that The Knight is a bad person; instead, he simply needs to take a moment to reevaluate his true motivations. You are much like The Knight, and have a clear image of exactly who you want to become. You want to be the hero, the main character, and the one whose personal system of judgement is widely known as the most fair and righteous. However, you must accept the fact that everyone will not have the same moral standard as you. Just as much as their beliefs are not superior to yours, neither are your perspectives on life any better than theirs. By accepting this fact, you will find it much easier to communicate with others whose beliefs differ from your own in a way that is actually constructive. You will find yourself will far more allies than you have ever had before, even if you have agreed to disagree on a number of topics. You will also find that, so long as you all prioritize the health and happiness of humanity, many of your core beliefs will be far more similar than you originally thought.
He is riding in full course, as if scattering his enemies. In the design he is really a proto-typical hero of romantic chivalry. He might almost be Galahad, whose sword is swift and sure because he is clean of heart.
Divinatory Meanings: Skill, bravery, capacity, defense, address, enmity, wrath, war, destruction, opposition, resistance, ruin. There is therefore a sense in which the card signifies death, but it carries this meaning only in its proximity to other cards of fatality.
Reversed: Imprudence, incapacity, extravagance
The Knight of Swords is an incredibly fierce card. Determined to succeed, you are charging forward and will stop at nothing to get what you want. This is a major catalyst for change, and you are only too ready for this. Looked upon as a YES.
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Knight of Swords meaning in a card spread. Try the original Cardarium readings.
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.