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Sarsaparilla is an alterative, a tonic and an aphrodisiac. As a tonic, Sarsaparilla enhances male sexual energies.
The Knight of Cups indicates youth, transition, struggle and conflict.
The Knight of Cups represents a young person who is either male or female with light brown hair and blue or hazel eyes, with an age group from 18 years to about 30 years of age. The Knight of Cups often depicts a single young person looking for adventure of all kinds.
The Knight represented on the Knight of Cups tarot card is the figure of action and indicates a person who should follow a straight path and not get bogged down in materialism. It shows a dreamer of sensual delights. It can mean a proposition, and invitation or a deep relationship with karmic ties.
The Knight of Cups is a sensitive and imaginative personality, who is intelligent and sometimes quite a romantic young man who has many and varied talents.
The Knight of Cups can be romantic and imaginative, although he can also be jealous and be prone to daydreaming. The Knight of Cups tells of someone who can be gracious and introspective, but who can also be brooding and melodramatic.
The Knight of Cups can reflect an imaginative, sensitive soul who is a refined lover of beauty and romance – yet he can also be angst-ridden and prone to be over-sensitive and prone to offense easily.
The armor worn by the Knight of Cups depicts protection and the wings show the energy that flows freely but is not down to earth.
The horse tells of the strength one needs to go through life.
The river shows emotions running freely.
The Knight of Cups is related to the number 39 / 3 which tells of someone who has strong individual tendencies and who is chivalrous, honest and very creative and artistic.
This vibration has a tendency to withdraw and there is a need to break down barriers in order to open doors.
The Knight of Cups, appearing in a reading tells of a focus on imagination and inspiration. You may be visited by a messenger bringing news that will have a powerful effect on your mind-set or imagination.
When drawing the Knight of Cups in a reading, it may be indicating a situation where you may need to be gallant.
The Knight of Cups in a spread indicates that there is someone within your circle who will support you in all that you do. It is also an indication of ‘good will’.
If you are female, the Knight of Cups appearing in a reading may be indicating that you will be receiving some attention from a particular potential partner, or at the very least, a male admirer. Love, romance and new relationships are indicated when the Knight of Cups appears in a spread.
The Knight of Cups tells that you may be overcome by strong emotions of passion and excitement.
The Knight of Cups in a reading tells of receiving tempting offers, invitations and propositions and indicates that new ideas, opportunities and proposals are in the winds.
The Knight of Cups may also be indicating that a time is coming when you will find the company of others stimulating; mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
If you are considering a new business or financial venture, the Knight of Cups is indicating that you will be successful.
The Knight of Cups may be telling of opportunities for artistic expression and indicates that a stagnant situation will soon change.
The Knight of Cups can represent the coming or going of a matter or person, depending upon if he is facing in or out of the spread.
In a reading, the Knight of Cups may be telling of someone who is looking for direction in life and one who often lives in a fantasy world. This person has materialistic conflict and all of their relationships have karmic ties. The Knight of Cups, when appearing in a spread, may be indicating a particular relationship with many karmic ties that is currently in the limelight.
The presence of the Knight of Cups in a tarot reading can be an indication that it is time to consider which side of the coin is played. This can be about aspects of the self or in relation to another person that is hard to understand or fathom.
The Knight of Cups appearing in a reading is a call to get to the bottom of things once and for all, and determine what is really go on around you.
2 KNIGHTS in a Spread:
Two Knights appearing in a reading indicates mixed-messages or signal that cause you to doubt the sincerity of a male friend.
3 KNIGHTS in a Spread:
Three Knights in a spread may be forewarning of heated arguments to come.
4 KNIGHTS in a Spread:
Four Knights appearing in a reading suggests verbal and/or physical violence and extreme abuse.
With Many COURT Cards:
When the Knight of Cups appears in a spread with many other Court Cards, it indicates that many people are involved in a situation.
With Many CUPS:
When the Knight of Cups appears in a reading with many other Cups it tells of concerns and deep emotions for family and loved ones.
With Two other KNIGHTS of Any Suit:
If the Knight of Cups appears in a spread with another 2 Knights of any suit, it may indicate situations involving learning facilities, colleges, schools and the like.
Fickle, unreliable, trickery, artifice, subtlety, swindling, duplicity, fraud.
The reversed Knight of Cups warns that you may be targeted by a charismatic character, so beware as the intentions of this person are of a destructive, negative nature. This person can be a shallow and inconsistent young man.
The reversed Knight of Cups also asks you to be wary when broaching new romantic options. Keep hold of your heart and don’t become too emotionally involved too quickly. Keep your cool and see how it goes with time.
When the Knight of Cups appears reversed in a spread it may be warning you of an unusual offer or proposition. Check all facets and the fine print prior to committing to anything. The message: ‘look before you leap’.
Reversed, the Knight of Cups may be indicating that someone is not being totally honest and there are half-truths, mistruths and outright deceit and deception. Beware.
Appearing reversed, the Knight of Cups depicts a person who is not as pleasant as they may first appear and they may have something to hide.
Reversed, the Knight of Cups indicates unforeseen difficulties in a seemingly favourable situation.
The Knight of Cups, when it appears reversed in a spread, may be telling you that you need to look at all angles before committing to anything or anyone. Use caution and listen to your intuition.
All paperwork, legal documents, contracts and agreements need to be read and re-read and the fine print checked prior to signing anything, when the Knight of Cups appears reversed in a spread. The message is to check with someone who knows the details.
In a tarot spread, the Knight of Cups appearing reversed tells of one who has not learned to direct his energies but still lives in fantasyland.
Relationship-wise, the Knight of Cups reversed may be indicating that there are some hidden aspects that you are not fully aware of, and that some half-truths have been told.
Get to the bottom of the situation - again, take heed of what your intuition is telling you.