The saga of the Knights, which in the Spanish deck could know how cards numbered to 11, a day before the Queen, are one of few arcana of tarot that include animals in their illustrations. In each of the cases the Steed of the Knight indicates that it is a character from the nobility, which occupies a prominent place in society. Although they may seem similar, in the reading of the letters the Knights have very different meanings. Knight of Cup is not going to the onslaught in the battle, on the other hand, advances to step slow, almost parading. The animal makes a gesture of submission to the reins, as the man is who is in charge. Perhaps it has been well clear the animal who is the boss, due to the sharp Spurs that Knight wearing.
This advances in peace, almost meditating with your drink in hand. Undoubtedly this is a character who is well-connected with their emotions. The Knight of gold medals is a character who radiates success, sure, knows what he wants, and has the means to follow him. He does not advance. It is stopped, contemplating the sweetness of its success. By the same author: Pinterest. Four Knights is the character more strong. If you must go to battle to defend their kings he will do so without hesitation a second. However, it is that most deepens me actions to follow.
But once you decide to attack, it will do so with the force of a hurricane. It is a dedicated worker and a loyal server. His perseverance is inexhaustible. His word has both value and his sword. A promise to this gentleman has the value of a law. When they are necessary quick action and strong, carrying with it a great responsibility, the Knight of swords is responsible for performing them. It is not a violent character, no brutality in the, but it is pure energy in motion to neutralize any threat to their loved ones. The essence of this Arcanum is air, which makes all its actions have a quite mental sustenance rather than being emotional. But if we are looking for a character that transmit enthusiasm and boldness, this is the Knight of wands. The reading of the barajas, a character of unlimited energy and courage quotes us. Where he has spent will not grow grass.