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The King of Pentacles refers to a man of high ambition, materialistic satisfaction, and worldly success. The King of Pentacles is sitting on a throne that is adorned with vines and bull carvings, and the robe that he is wearing is embroidered with many images of grapevines.
He looks sophisticated and regal. He holds a scepter in his right hand and the coin with a pentacles engraved on it in his left hand. King of Swords. The blue tunic that the king wears is a symbol of his spiritual understanding. King of Wands. The King of Wands depicts a man who has in his hands a blossoming wand, which is set to represent creativity and life's passion.
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His throne, as well as his cape, are decorated with the salamander and the lion, which are symbols of fire and strength. The salamander that is biting his tail represents the infinity as well as the overall drive to move through all obstacles. Let s go ahead and take a deeper look at the symbolism behind the King of Wands.
Knight of Cups.
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The Knight of Cups is a card which depicts a young knight who is gloriously riding a white horse while at the same time holding a cup as if he is a messenger of a certain sort. Unlike the Knight of Wands or the Knight of Swords, this particular one isn t charging along with his horse. The horse is known to represent one's drive, energy, and power. Knight of Pentacles. Unlike the other knights, who are always off on one adventure or another, this knight decides to stay home, and instead, focus on tilling the fields.
He prepares for the next harvest - it is on this land that he believes that he can do the most. In his hands, he has a single gold coin. He gazes into it, and in his eyes we see a careful consideration. Perhaps he is dreaming of what it could bring him.
The other knights may think he's a little boring, but this knight is more concerned about the long term future of his kingdom. Knight of Swords. What a rush we see this Knight in! The Knight of Swords card depicts a young man who is dressed in his armor and rides a strong white horse into the midst of a battle. The horse s harness is also decorated with images of birds and butterflies. Knight of Wands. The Knight of Wands is seen on his horse that is reared up and ready for action. Judging from the knight s clothes and armor, as well as his horse, he is prepared for what s ahead. He is wearing a yellow patterned shirt on top of his metal armor.
He is also wearing an armor helmet with red plume sticking out of it. He seems to be ready for battle, except he is holding a large wand instead of a sword. His horse is orange in color and has a mane that looks like flames. When you look at the Knight of Wands' face, you ll see the determination of wanting to be successful in his endeavor.
Fire is a dominate factor in the Knight of Wands' symbolism. The decorative tassels hanging from his arms and back, as well as the horse s mane, are all in the color of flame. He is also wearing a yellow shirt printed with the fiery salamander symbol. Nine of Cups.
The head-dress on his head is red, and is a depiction of his active mind. At his background, you will notice there are nine golden cups, structured and arranged in an orderly manner. The man shows that expression of success after achieving his innermost desire. Nine of Pentacles. The Nine of Pentacles depicts a woman in the middle of a vineyard. The woman wears what appears to be a long, luxurious dress adorned with sunflowers. She seems to be part of a wealthy house, for in the far background, we see a castle. A falcon is sitting peacefully and playfully on her left hand.
The vines behind her are rich and filled with grapes and golden coins, signaling that she has been very successful in her ventures, which are yielding a great and plentiful harvest. Nine of Swords. The quilt has been decorated with various astrological symbols and roses. Here we see the same woman in that we saw earlier in the Eight of Swords - and perhaps, she was finally released, but haunted by the nightmares of the suffering she endured while she was left and deserted.
Nine of Wands. The Nine of Wands shows a weak-looking man holding on to a wand with 8 other upright wands standing behind them. The man looks injured, but he still seems ready to fight another battle, and desires strongly to win. He has a look of hope and determination about him that should help him go through that one last battle. It is a card that shows a mix of challenges, hope and triumph. Page of Cups.
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She is surprised by a fish that pops out of the cup, as if to greet her from a fairytale. Page of Pentacles.
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The Page of Pentacles symbolizes a person who is grounded, loyal and diligent. Page of Swords. With wind-blown trees, turbulent clouds and the their tossed hair, a youth stands proudly on a rocky precipice. Page of Wands. A well-dressed young man is boldly holding a stick standing on a barren land. His ideas are therefore completely hypothetical. Queen of Cups. The Queen of Cups rules the emotional realm.
She is the woman whose throne is right on the ocean s edge, and water is typically symbolic of the unconscious and feeling. Her position at the shore indicates that she lies between land and sea, the place where feeling and thought exist. She holds a cup that has handles shaped like an angel. This cup is closed, which is why the Queen of Cups symbolizes the thoughts that come with our unconscious mind. The queen sits alone, which allows her to think. The calmness of the water and the sky symbolizes the serene mind of the queen.
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Her feet are not touching the water, which stands for her looking at her thoughts and feelings from the outside. Queen of Pentacles. Surrounding her are beautiful blossoming trees and green floral gardens. Her throne is decorated with various beasts of the earth, tying her closely with nature and abundance.