In the King of Swords tarot card, you see the king on his throne with butterflies. The butterflies can represent transformation. One of the butterflies has 2 crescent moons surrounding it, which is also cyclical. The moon is connected to what drives us and our emotions. There is also a happy couple on the throne which can represent love and happiness. His head is above the clouds which can represent him dreaming or being in his head.
Ruling Planet: Uranus
King of Swords Upright
King of Swords Reversed
The King of Swords Reversed can represent what you would call quiet power. During this time you may feel you don’t need to be the loudest person in the room or be the most visible person in the room. Even though you don’t need the credit doesn’t mean you don’t have anything to contribute and share. You are more powerful than you think. Your power comes from within. You need to believe in yourself. Believe in your value and your truth. Stay on course with what you believe and trust in your higher self and what really matters to you. Make sure not to misuse your power or let your ego go to your head. This may be a good time to think and figure out the next step to take.
- Bad judgment
- Lack of confidence
Questions when pulling the King of Swords tarot card:
- Are you trying to get the right perspective?
- What are your motives?
- What are other people’s motives?
- Are you doubting your power?
- Are you focusing on what you do know instead of what you don’t know?
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