The Knight of Swords card portrays a young warrior fully prepared in arms and armors riding a powerful white horse. He is galloping towards the battle field at a distance.
The white color of the horse is symbolic of purity, energy and intellectualism that are behind the motivation the rider – these are the forces that drive him forward in his journey. The background projects a stormy demeanor with clouds in the sky and trees being swayed by the wild winds.
The Knight wears a cape that is decorated with butterflies and birds. So is the harness of the horse. These suggest that the Knight is not all about action – he can even fathom the ways of the world from an intellectual point of view.
The Knight charges forward with speed and apparently without any consideration about the dangers he may encounter in his journey. The card, in a nutshell, is all about energy, action, travel, speed and adventure.
Upright Position: In a reading this card signifies determination to achieve targets and goals. The person is adamant to be triumphant at any cost. The person is intelligent and witty, but may be impatient at times. The Knight charges for action without stopping at first to think about the consequences. The card may also indicate an impending travel.
Reversed Position: Reversed in a reading, the seeker is still striving for victory. However, there may be treachery and cunningness looming in the background. This card may even indicate revenge. Also, it may imply that there will be some obstacles in travelling plans.
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