The Knight of Cups is connected to the zodiac water sign of Pisces. The Knight is another Prince, connected to the Royal Court, in the Tarot. He is the Page’s older brother, growing into his role, as the next King.
The Knight represents the arrival of a message, a new love interest, an invitation, or proposal of marriage. The Knight holds a golden cup in his hands which represents a treasure connected to true love.
The golden cup is connected to fire which represents (his passions), water which represents (his emotions) and the golden cup which is associated with the Moon and represents (the feminine – the woman he longs to meet).
If you look closely at the card, the Knight is focused on the golden cup, which also represents his guiding north star that will lead him in the right direction, connected to unconditional love, and the woman that he longs to meet.
The Knight of Cups is numerated twelve (12). The number twelve represents the numbers 1+2 added together to equal the number 3.
The number 1 represents the (Ace of Cups). Remember we started out with the Ace of Cups – the new beginning – the new door that opened for you, by surprise, connected to love and romance, and you felt like you were receiving a spiritual awakening or a strong message from above connected to unconditional love.
The number 2 represents the (Two of Cups). Remember the Two of Cups represented good luck connected to love, passion, deep emotions, and the coming together and bonding of two people to form a new relationship or the re-kindling of an existing relationship.
The number 3 represents the (Three of Cups). When the 3 of Cups comes out in your reading, this card represents weddings, the birth of a child, and achieving a long – awaited goal or dream. The 3 of Cups represents celebrations, joyous and merriment occasions when your emotions are running high and your heart is happy and beating like a musical instrument.
The Knight of Cups is the traveler, and he is on a mission, looking for his Princess. The Knight of Cups does not dash at a swift pace, like his brother – he moves at a moderate pace.
The Knight is connected to the zodiac sign of Pisces which represents a charming, flirty, emotional, intuitive, romantic and seductive young man full of passion. The Knight of Cups lives in his imagination and is a dreamer, ruled by his heart and not by his head. The Knight looks at his intuitiveness to provide him with a roadmap or direction when he needs to make decisions.
The Knight is still young and he has a positive and negative side to his personality. One minute he can be exciting, stimulating, a true romantic, supportive, and generous and the next minute unfaithful, uncaring and selfish.
The Knight is connected to the Pisces zodiac sign, and if you look closer at the card, you will see a fish that is jumping in the pond. The fish represents the personality of the Knight – the Pisces personality is sometimes very complex, and over sensitive, but when he is ready to settle and feels that he has connected to his guiding north star, you can expect an invitation of commitment or proposal of marriage.
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