Knight of Swords (masculine) uses unbridled brute force to seize (his) goal.
In a tarot reading, it is about the inquirer (querent), someone close to the inquirer, or a hidden aspect within the inquirer that needs to be acknowledged for the inquirer to reach their highest consciousness. The happiness the inquirer is seeking can be found by answering a question:
Why is planning important (or not)?
It is import to consider that this is a Minor Arcana card (court card), which carries a message that signifies an event that impacts your immediate past and future. When it appears the universe wants you to focus on logic and going to fast.
Don’t let the set structure of the Tarot distract you from its primary use as an intuitive divination tool. Use the keywords, images, and symbols of the card to tap into your intuition and deeper inner knowing.
Court cards hint at maturity levels and traditional gender characteristics (regardless of biological age or gender.) Knights embody the vigor of young (masculine) adults. Although they lack experience, they have an abundance of enthusiasm.
Knight of Swords
Upright= Unstoppable Force
Element= Air (which influences intellect and strategy) and Fire (which influences desire and actions)
Yes or no=This card is it typically a no
CABALLERO DE ESPADAS
VERTICAL= FUERZA IMPARABLE
INVERTIDA= FUERZA CAÓTICA
Knight of Swords holds Primary Zodiac influence for Aquarius and Capricorn, and the Elemental Zodiac relates to Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius.
The signs are less important than the traits they represent because a person has sun, moon and rising signs, and one or more of these is often unknown to the tarot reader. The zodiac for this card relates to traits of confidence, pragmatism, versatility, and diplomacy. And, planetary concepts of the connections between things are seen with: the Universe.
Note: These traditional tarot-astrology references are based on concepts commonly attributed to the secret society knows as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn from the turn of the 20th century.
Knight of Swords, like all cards, is part of a cycle of beginning, middle, and end. The stage of this event is Fixed (Middle), and may be related to any month and the energy of Winter.
As with all Knights in the Tarot, this card indicates a time of intense effort. This card carries the energetic influence of 12. Watch for repeating numbers of 12 after the reading for confirmation of their importance in the reading.