The Knights in Tarot are often seen as the heroes of the deck. They’re the ones who ride into battle, fighting for what’s right. But what do you need to know about them? In this blog post, we’ll look at the different aspects of the Knights in Tarot and what they mean for your readings.
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What is the difference between Knights in Tarot and Princes in Tarot?
In general, the Knights of the Tarot cards are represented by the number of Knights in the tarot. Princes, on the other hand, are generally just known as “Prince” with no number. In most decks, you will see a Prince card in the major arcana and a Knight card of the same element in the minor arcana.
Now that you know what the difference is, let’s look at the Knight of Pentacles in Tarot. This card is very important for your everyday life. If you’re thinking about taking on a new job or simply just getting out of bed every morning, the Knight of Pentacles shows that you should take it one day at a time. Don’t over-commit yourself because that could lead to stress and anxiety.
The Knights are generally thought of as being “active” which means that they get things done. They’re also stubborn, so if they set their mind on something, they will not stop until that goal is achieved. This can be a good thing but also, bad.
If you’re looking for a sign that someone is going to be a good partner in a relationship, the best card to look at would be Knights. If you’re looking for a sign that someone is going to be a toxic partner, look to the princes.
The Knights of Tarot
KNIGHT OF WANDS
Wands are the suit of fire and passion. When you look at a Knight in a Tarot, this is what should come to mind first. The Knight of Wands brings with it passion, aggression, and a need to overcome all challenges that come their way. They are also very impatient and can sometimes lose focus on their goals. But this is all part of the Knight’s journey.
KNIGHT OF CUPS
Cups are the suit of emotions and relationships. When you look at a Knight in a Tarot, this is what should come to mind second. The Knight of Cups is very intuitive about other people’s intentions. They are also very sensitive, which can sometimes make it hard to deal with them. But it also means that they are very compassionate and empathetic, feeling everything other people feel. This can be both a good and bad thing depending on the person they’re dealing with.
KNIGHT OF SWORDS
Swords are the suit of air and thoughts. When you look at a Knight in Tarot, this is what should come to mind third. The Knight of Swords brings with it strong rationalization skills. They can look at a situation from both sides and see where the faults are in their argument. They can be headstrong and stubborn when they believe in something. That can make it difficult for them to accept other viewpoints if their own is so strong in their mind.
KNIGHT OF PENTACLES
Pentacles are the suit of earth and manifestation. When you look at a Knight in a Tarot, this is what should come to mind last. The Knight of Pentacles brings with it the ability to make things manifest by creating action towards that goal. This also means that they are good with money management and can manage their own budget well. The downside of this is that they sometimes get too caught up in how they can make an idea happen that they lose sight of the goal itself. But this is all part of the Knight’s journey.
All Knights in Tarot are guided by the element of fire, which means they have a lot of energy and force behind them. They may not always be very patient with people, but they are determined to achieve their goals no matter what.