king revelations

King Of Cups

[intepretation]
He rules the currents of the soul, he is the keeper of the waters. He has an unrivaled imagination, he is the source of creativeness, he charms the heart with his understanding and intuition.

[reversed]
He can not tear himself away from his emotions, they rule him and his heart. He embodies depression, sorrow and abuses his substances to escape from it all.

[symbols+images]
The regal merman on the shell-like throne represents the man at ease within himself. He has a comfortable smile on his face and is surrounded by lush greens and life of the ocean floor.
The Piscean pair dance around him. They represent the presence of his intuitive and empathic nature.

The reversed merman king represents a man who can not let go of his cup – the source of his problems.
Behind him are the tentacles of a creature that slowly sways around him awaiting for a false move from him to take him down further on his path of destruction.

Colour: gold and blue – royalty and command.

King Of Pentacles

[intepretation]
He holds himself back upon his sturdy throne. He is grounded, in control of himself and enjoys the luxuries that life has to offer

[reversed]
He is the stick in the mud which doesn\’t move but stays there – willingly. His face wears boredom like a second skin as he grumbles and moans.

[symbols+images]
The throne is adorned with hard woods and bull head capitals, indicating a closeness to earth and Taurus. The card is rich in materialism and comforts produced from the earth. The king has a firm face and a collected pose for he is man of no nonsense or of flamboyancy. He is sturdy, robust and stable and rules his life that way.

The reverse king is lounging in boredom. Materials and riches do nothing for him. He is out of touch with his responsibilities and concerns.
The throne is adorned with autumn leaves indicating the passing of summer and towards a cold winter. The transition period from a joyous time to one of caution and need for material comforts.

Colour: gold and blue – royalty and command


King Of Swords

[intepretation]
He is intellectually keen and clear. His piercing gaze shows a depth of knowledge and understands that cuts through all who stand before him. He is firm in his decision as well as wise in his movements

[reversed]
He is blinded by his own brilliance; he abuses his power as he wields the sword for his own gain. He cuts those before his path down and manipulates for his own gain.

[symbols+images]
Similar to the queen, the concept of the king being a winged creature, lends to the metaphor of the wings representing a higher level of consciousness, which he has reached. The king wields his sword, the symbol for thought and intelligence, with a firm grip, using it as both a shield as well as a weapon.

The sword covering the reversed king’s face indicates that he not only hides behind the weapon but also abuses it in ways of deception.

Colour: gold and indigo – royalty and command

King Of Wands

[intepretation]
He is a charming, charismatic and flamboyant. He is the embodiment of the energy of life and all is drawn to his radiance

[reversed]
He is a selfish man who has not time for anyone else but himself. He consumes life and manipulates for his own means

[symbols+images]
The majestic dragon representing ancient wisdom and strength adorns the throne of the king.
The king is draped in richness and luxury reflecting his radiates charm and ostentatiousness.
The roses that surround his throne reflect on his loving and romantic nature.

Naked women, who wear masks, representing his indulgence in carnal pleasures and of sexual fantasies, flank the reverse side king.
The watchful eye of the dragon behind his throne represents his mistrust for all and his demanding nature.

Colour: gold and blue – royalty and command

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