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Knight of Cups Tarot Card
Knight of cups tarot card meanings upright
Knight of cups tarot card meanings in a general reading
In situations, Knight of cups often speaks of a creative phase in your life, where music and art will play a huge part. Knight of cups often shows up in your cards when you are traveling, and the travel could open up the Seeker’s spirituality. This card shows up when the Seeker feels very sensitive and attuned to their own soul.
Knight of Cups sometimes speaks of a great idea that will bear great fruits for the future.
Knight of cups in the Vision Quest
The white horse symbolises the Seeker’s journey back to Source. This is also what the River symbolises. All the Knights are travelling to the same place, the Seat of the Soul which is the Pineal Gland. This is the gateway to Source which is why the Queen and Kings are sitting on a throne.
Knight of cups tarot card meanings in a love reading
In a love reading, Knight of cups tarot card often shows up when someone takes you on a romantic getaway. If single, Knight of cups often represents a love interest. In a relationship, Knight of cups can mean the couple is moving forward in a very positive way, and it could include physical travel as well.
Knight of cups tarot card meanings in a career reading
In a career reading, Knight of cups tarot card signifies a poet, musician, painter, any type of creative jobs. Knight of cups can also mean healthcare jobs, but only if the Seeker really loves to care for others. Knight of cups can signify a business trip. Knight of cups can speak of inspiration that will bring you Prosperity.
Knight of cups tarot card as feelings
Knight of cups speaks of feeling inspired, both in a personal relationship and in a career. The Seeker is in a creative phase in their life. This card can denote the Seeker feels the need to deepen their spiritual connection to Source.
Knight of Cups as Personality types
Knight of cups as person is someone very artistically and musically inclined. This is someone who is bringing emotions to the surface, both in themselves and in others. Knight of cups people can be very charming, loving, and adaptable.
Knight of cups tarot card meanings reversed
Knight of Cups tarot card meanings reversed indicates a person who is walking away from a relationship and/or a creative venture. This card reversed can speak of blocked creative talents. The Seeker could be too cynical when this card is reversed.
Knight of Cups reversed as Personality types
The reversed meanings of the tarot cards often speaks of the Seeker acting out due to being under a lot of stress. This can bring out the shadow aspect of the person.
Knight of cups reversed as personality type indicates someone who is putting on a performance rather than being themselves. Knight of cups reversed can speak of someone who is taking a break from relationship. This card reversed can speak of fear of intimacy.
Knight of cups tarot card meanings
Knight of cups tarot card denotes you are moving in the right direction and things are speeding up. If you pretend to be someone else it will only decrease your natural light that people are so drawn to. You are a sensitive and beautiful soul, and people feel they can relate to you. Knight of cups often shows up in your cards when you are about to go on a significant journey, both physically and spiritually.
Knight of cups (KnOC) tarot card combination
Some important tarot combinations seen in Knight of cups (KnOC).
(KnOC) + the Chariot: Learning to love yourself. Moving forward in a relationship.
(KnOC) + Hanged man: Innovation.
(KnOC) + The World: Travel overseas.
(KnOC) + Two of swords: Searching information. This card combination can speak of confidential information.
(KnOC) + Seven of swords: Needing time alone. It can mean difficulties making a commitment.
(KnOC) + Knight of swords: Education and becoming an expert. A powerful change in your life.
(KnOC) + Four of wands: A wedding singer. A musician.
(KnOC) + Nine of wands: Healing past trauma. A counselor.
(KnOC) + Page of wands: Receiving a lot of attention, often romantic attention.
(KnOC) + Three of cups: An engagement. A wedding.
(KnOC) + Six of cups: Visiting a place from your past. The place where you grew up.
(KnOC) + Nine of cups: A restaurant. Hospitality.