Knight of Swords :-

 

 

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He is riding in full course, as if scattering his enemies. In the design he is really a prototypical hero of romantic chivalry. He might almost be Galahad, whose sword is swift and sure because he is clean of heart.
Skill, bravery, capacity, defence, address, enmity, wrath, war, destruction, opposition, resistance, ruin. There is therefore, a sense in which the card signifies death, but it carries this meaning only in its proximity to other cards of fatality.
Additional Meanings: A soldier, man of arms, satellite, stipendiary; heroic action predicted for soldier.
Reversed
Imprudence, incapacity, extravagance.
Additional Meanings:
Dispute with an imbecile person; for a woman, struggle with a rival, who will be conquered.
The Prince of Swords is a devious young man. Idealistic, full of political ideas.
A person thus symbolised is purely intellectual. He is full of ideas and designs which tumble over each other. He is a mass of fine ideals unrelated to practical effort. He has all the apparatus of Thought in the highest degree, intensely clever, admirably rational, but unstable of purpose, and in reality indifferent even to his own ideas, as knowing that any one of them is just as good as any other. He reduces everything to unreality by removing its substance and transmuting it to an ideal world of ratiocination which is purely formal and out of relation to any facts, even those upon which it is based. A military man.
Prince of the Chariots of the Winds
Full of ideas and thoughts and designs, distrustful, suspicious, firm in friendship and enmity, careful, slow, over-cautious. Symbolises Alpha and Omega, the Giver of Death who slays as fast as he creates.
Reversed
Harsh, malicious, plotting, obstinate, yet hesitating and unreliable.
A Soldier, a man whose profession is arms, Skilfulness, Capacity, Address, Promptitude.
Reversed
A conceited fool, Ingenuousness, Simplicity.
Soldier, Man With a Sword, Man-At-Arms, Fencing Master, Swordsman. Soldier From an Entire Corp or Army, Combatant, Enemy. Dispute, War, Combat, Battle, Duel. Attack, Defense, Opposition, Resistance, Destruction, Ruin, Reversal. Enmity, Hate, Wrath, Resentment. Courage, Valor, Bravery. Satellite, Mercenary.
Reversed
Incompetence, Ineptitude, Foolishness, Folly, Stupidity, Imprudence, Impertinence, Extravagance, Ridicule, Silliness. Fraud, Swindling, Mischief, Cunning.
TRADITION
A military man, officer, master of the sword, master of fencing, warrior. Dispute, war, duel, combat, attack as well as defence; opposition, destruction, ruin, hatred, etc. Also skill, bravery, capacity. Reversed: Incapacity, imprudence, extravagance, foolishness, impertinence, stupidity, industry, crooked tricks.
CONCLUSION
Military man, man of arms, one avenging family or other feuds or wrongs; wrongs avenging themselves; painful memories, distress in the family, afflictions deriving from past events. A surgeon, operation done by same; the knife in old sore. In badly aspected cases hatred, destruction, extravagance, spilling, revolt, insurrection, war, combat, fraud, impertinence, imprudence, etc.