The Knight of Swords is an image of conflict, loss and intellectual control. It exemplifies a dynamic and aggressive personality who is determined and motivated to attain success in his endeavors.
It also connotes dark and struggling times and the need to overcome all of it through grit and critical thinking. This card is illustrated through a figure of a glorious and valiant knight riding hastily on a white horse.
He seems to be hurriedly trudging towards a big battle, enamored and fully-equipped to bring down the challenges and obstacles of life. The white horse secured in a harness symbolizes the purity and mental force that this individual possesses in conquering the tough enemies that he may encounter.
Stormy clouds can be seen lurking on the sky as he continues to journey towards the fullness of this fight.
The Knight of Swords is an epitome of a person chasing colossal aspirations and towering ambitions. He is an individual who is very determined to achieve his goals and to transform his dreams into reality.
He focuses too much on attaining success that he tends to disregard the possible effects of his actions. It gives a reminder that when there is inability to prepare and foresee the consequences of his decisions, it could lead to his failure or downfall.
Furthermore, the presence of the Knight of Swords Card in Upright suggests an open and welcoming attitude towards incompatible ideas and conflicting thoughts. It will be more exciting and fulfilling if you make space for people who possess contradictory beliefs and principles rather than constantly being with those who always agree with you.
In any relationship, change is inevitable and even necessary. The world never stays still for the two of you, and so you must be ready to adapt and meet the challenges ahead, which tend to get bigger and bigger as your relationship ages.
To facilitate this, you need to have an open mind and constantly have a positive disposition, especially since not all the changes are going to be negative and hard to deal with. You might even start some yourself by setting up your own home and finally living together.
Now is the right time for making things happen!.
The swooping Knight of Swords in the upright position is exactly what you think it means in terms of financial growth: being bold and taking charge. When making new companies, the best CEOs understand that they are throwing thousands into the free market.
The key is to learn how to isolate and mitigate the negative factors. Similarly, you’ll need to do the same thing no matter how small the venture.
If you’re an employee, consider approaching your employer for harder tasks. It might increase your responsibility, but it will also give you a lot of money.
As a Knight of Swords, you may be overflowing with zeal and energy to accomplish your goals and plans. But when this card is placed Card in Reverse, it may indicate that you are diverting such energy into thoughtlessness and intolerance.
Because of your impatience and recklessness to attain success, you have the tendency to make judgments and decisions that are not carefully thought of. This may result to a disorganized and inefficient output.
Raw aggression is the worst possible meaning of this card’s reverse position. This means that either you’re too aggressively trying to set bridges with the person you love that it may be overwhelming them, or that you’re pushing your decisions way too hard to make the power dynamics between the both of you work properly.
This opens up the possibility for an abusive relationship from which a way out could be very difficult to find. To counteract this, you need to be more methodical, slow down and compromise to ensure everything stays in order.
By contrast, the reversed Knight of Swords tells you to slow down and pace yourself before abruptly charging in. While financial growth often involves taking gambles, relying purely on luck also gets you nowhere, and it even amplifies negative outcomes because you’re not controlling the amount you’re spending when making the gamble.
Hence, don’t go rushing in begging people for more pay. Controlling your pace is definitely difficult, since it is tempting to make more gambles once you’re in deep, but pacing yourself will allow you to pick more battles and win.