Tarot Heaven Knight of Wands Description
Lord of Flame and Lightening
Air of Fire
Court Element: Air
Suit Element: Fire
Golden Dawn Zodiac: April 10-May 10 (Aries/Taurus)
BOTA Zodiac: Aug 13-Sept 13 (Leo/Virgo)
Hebrew Letter: Vau
Description and Symbolism:
The Knight of Wands is on an amber colored horse, riding through the desert. His horse looks as if it is rearing up or about to jump. This signals a lot of action! The Knight of Wands is holding his wand straight up in the air. It looks strong and steady. He is wearing a yellow tunic over his armor. The tunic has black salamanders on them. Typical to the wands court cards, the tunic has salamanders on it. The tail is closer to being swallowed, but not complete like in the King of Wands. Yellow symbolizes passion, ego, and self esteem. This knight is very confident.
We see his fiery red feather playfully fluttering in the wind. It looks like it has sprouted from his helmet. His feather looks more like fire than a feather indicating the fiery, take charge attitude of the Knight of Wands. It also indicates growth from the Page of Wands smaller feather into a larger more blossomed and flourishing feather sprouting from the Knight of Wands armor. In tarot, feathers represent the evolution.
The etymology of the word pyramid comes from the Greek word meaning fire. In the Page of Wands, Knight of Wands and Queen of Wands we see pyramids, which represent the element fire of their suit.
Interpretation and Divination:
Knight of Wands a Person:
The Knight of Wands is all about attention, drama and sports. He loves trying new things. This person is always on the go. He loves racing towards the action headfirst, but he doesn’t think before he acts. He can be hasty and impulsive.
The Knight of Wands is probably very popular. He or she is very animated and is probably involved in many projects at school such as the school newspaper, drama, and student council.
If they aren't actually involved in the theatre, the Knight of Wands can stir up drama for fun. They love creating scenarios in their mind and then living these plays out. These dramas usually involve some kind of gratifying ego trip or self serving sexual conquest.
The Knight of Wands can also be a very sexual man or woman. They are very passionate about sex and enjoy the conquest. They also love their ego's stroked. Whether upright or reversed, the Knight of Wands indicates a one night stand or a relationship based purely on sex. If this is not what you want, then the Knight of Wands can be an unwelcome card.
Knight of Wands in Love:
When the Knight of Wands turns up in a love reading, expect to meet someone dashing and highly sexual. They are a chatter box and may ramble on and on about thing. They love you for the moment that they are wrapped up with you, but they don't usually stay put in a relationship. If they are courting you, then expect them to be courting someone else on the side.
This type of person may brave the bar scene nightly racking up as many different numbers as they can. You will expect to see them trying to seduce as many women as possible just for the fun of the conquest.
Knight of Wands as Feelings:
The Knight of Wands brings exciting, hasty, fresh feelings to any reading. Usually in a tarot reading someone wants to know, "How does X feel about me?" When the Knight of Wands shows up in this placement, expect some kind of sexual feeling. They feel hot and passionate about you, but the feeling maybe very fleeting and may not stick.
Other feelings that come with the Knight of Wands are adventurous, daring, hasty and bravery.
Knight of Wands as an Event:
It symbolizes travel, especially towards exotic and foreign locations.
Knight of Wands as a Message or Offer:
A sexual invitation.
Knight of Wands as Advice:
The Knight of Wands advises you to just jump in. It may not be the right time to sit back and think about something. You need to momentum to propel you forward. The Knight of Wands suggests that you need to be bold about something and advises that you take a chance and just "do it."
Knight of Wands on a Mundane Level:
The Knight of Wands can represent a car or motorcycle.
Knight of Wands Profession:
Actor. Entertainer. Model. Waiter or Waitress. Traveler. Lawrence of Arabia type. Don Juan Wanna Be. Gambler. Day Trader.
Knight of Wands Reversed:
He is one of the more immature knights. Don’t try dating him for too long, he loves sexual rendezvous, but unlike the knight of cups, he doesn’t care about your feelings. He is not in tune with other people’s feelings because his own feelings are so inflated. He loves acting like he’s in love, but he’s not. It’s just because he loves acting in general. “All the worlds a stage.” He always wants to be the center of attention and is often the class clown. He is popular because he reaches out to people on a superficial level. He’s not above breaking hearts and laughing in the wake. He’s a user.
Knight of Wands Card Combinations:
Knight of Wands and Fool:
a. Road trips
b. Traveling somewhere you've never been before
Knight of Wands and World:
a. Rushing to finish
Knight of Wands and Six of Wands:
a. me, me, me, me
b. The actor gets all the attention and praise
Knight of Wands and Two of Swords:
a. Traffic Jam
Knight of Wands and Ace of Pentacles:
a. Really wanting to embark on a new business venture
a. Really wanting to get involved on a sexual level
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