KNIGHT OF SWORDS
53 / 8
RELATES TO PEOPLE BORN:
1st to the 6th of March
19th of May to the 23rd of June
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The Knight of Swords indicates youth, transition, struggle and conflict.
The Knight of Swords depicts an intelligent, responsible, courageous, loyal and trustworthy personality. This energy is of one who has great inner-strength and tenacity, and is always helpful and friendly. He is generally a courteous young man who has the right intentions. This person proves very capable in demanding, crisis and emergency situations and makes for a very strong ally. The Knight of Swords is a very brave and courageous young man or woman who challenges injustices. This person makes for a reliable, staunch and true friend.
Although the Knight of Swords means well, he can come across as domineering and his attitude can be quite over-bearing at times.
The Knight of Swords indicates the ability to adjust with changes as they happen.
The Knight of Swords is one who stands up for the underdog.
The Knight of Swords depicts one who like to be constantly on the move, gathering new ideas and concepts along the way ... although those same ideas and concepts can be dropped just as quickly.
The Knight of Swords relates to the number 53 / 8 which tells of positive opportunities. It tells of creativity, freedom, change, the power of authority and of giving and receiving. The ‘Horn of Plenty’ is represented by the number 53 / 8.
The Knight of Swords may depict ‘riding into battle’ and implies that there is a focus on reckless actions.
The Knight of Swords appearing in a spread implies that a difficult period of time is indicated. The Knight of Swords indicates that a stagnant situation will soon change. The outcome will be favourable if a firm line is taken.
Appearing in a reading, the Knight of Swords implies that you may find yourself involved with a person who acts impulsively and whose thoughts are erratic. This person could either be an enemy of yours or a loyal friend whose intention is to act in your favour.
The Knight of Swords appearing in a reading may be implying that some misfortune may visit your life for a brief time. You are asked not to make any rash or hasty decisions at this time.
The Knight of Swords may indicate swift changes around an issue or situation at the current time. These changes will initially bring upheaval, but then positive opportunities will become apparent once all settles.
The Knight of Swords brings a message that someone will stand by you, give support and defend you when necessary. This person brings with him/her a rush of positive energies.
When the Knight of Swords appears in a reading it indicates a time when communication and mental development will be prevalent. It can be an indication of sudden changes which may disrupt the normalicy of life.
When the Knight of Swords appears you are asked to pay careful consideration to the cards surrounding the Knight of Swords, as they may hold the key as to which area of your life will be affected. You need to be wary of indulging in impulsive and erratic actions.
With many other COURT Cards:
When the Knight of Swords appears in a spread with many other Court cards it is implying that many people are involved in a situation.
With many other SWORDS:
Appearing with many other Swords cards in a reading, the Knight of Swords indicates trouble, pressures and concerns.
Two Knights appearing in a reading indicates mixed-messages or signal, that cause you to doubt the sincerity of a male friend.
The Knight of Swords appearing with another Knight of any suit indicates involvement with schools, colleges and learning facilities.
Three Knights in a spread may be forewarning of heated arguments to come.
Four Knights appearing in a reading suggests verbal and/or physical violence and extreme abuse.
Imprudence, incapacity, extravagance, indiscretion.
An aggressive, impatient personality, who is often in conflict with others, is depicted by the reversed Knight of Swords.
They are wasteful of their energies and create problems everywhere they go. It is a warning to stay away from someone resembling this energy, as he may upset your goals and plans.
The reversed Knight of Swords can become obsessive and over-willing to sacrifice others for the causes he believes in.
Appearing reversed, the Knight of Swords indicates that in the difficult times ahead, and a hot-headed approach will only cause greater problems.
The reversed Knight of Swords suggest and your actions have been poorly thought-out and you may have become too indulgent. It is necessary to step back from the situation and think objectively in order to regain balance.
The Knight of Swords appearing reversed in a spread implies that you should not start any new projects at this time as you will encounter obstacles, opposition and upset. Any major changes in your life and/or lifestyle should be put on hold at this time, and you are asked to have patience and to wait for a more auspicious time. Your patience will win out in the end.
Appearing reversed, the Knight of Swords can be a warning that someone could be making hasty, risky decisions and is acting irresponsibly and negatively in a situation.
The Knight of Swords reversed speaks of extravagance and an upset to plans and ideas, which may create problems. It may even be implying that someone (or something) is opposed to your thoughts, ideals and plans.
When the Knight of Swords appears reversed it is an indication that plans and ideas may be thwarted and/or opposed by others. If there are plans to start new projects, make drastic changes in lifestyle, or you are about to sign binding contracts. The message is to put plans on hold until the timing is more auspicious.
Health-wise, the Knight of Swords reversed is a warning that accidents, incidences and illnesses prevail. Remain vigilant and cautious.
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