Knight of Cups Tarot Meaning, A Complete Guide!

The Knight of Cups, A Complete Guide!

The Knight of Cups is the final card in the suit of Cups, and it leads the transition from the inner world of emotions and memories to the suit of Pentacles, the realm of manifestation and incarnation.

In the Rider Waite deck introduced in 1910, the illustration on the card shows a young knight riding through the desert, mounted on a white mare, a symbol of purity, spirituality, and energy. The horse seems to be moving slowly, though full of confidence.

There’s a golden cup in the Knight’s right hand, while he’s subtly holding the reins of the horse with his left hand. The cup is his Holy Grail, his offering, and his quest for love, which is his ultimate truth.

His shiny, silver armor is illustrated with fish and waves, representing the flow of life and emotional depth. The wings on his helmet and boots make him a messenger. His message is one of grace, love, and beauty. He carries no weapon because he doesn’t need to force his way. He defeats his enemies with love.

The Knight is heading towards a river, a pleasant sight to be found in a desert. Perhaps he’s heading for an oasis. The sky is clear; a soft blue color meaning that the Knight has no worries nor negative thoughts in his mind. He’s completely focused on his goal, with almost spiritual devotion.

In the background we can see a few trees and mountains, meaning that there are still some obstacles in his way, but he can find a way through knowing that life can thrive and blossom even in the most desolate lands.

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What does the Knight of Cups Tarot card mean?

The Knight of Cups is generally a very positive card to receive.

The Knight of Cups represents the pursuit of love, creativity, and beauty. It is emotion and imagination motivated by action.

The Knight of Cups is a gentle, poetic soul. He will often represent a romantic person in your life, or yourself if you’re ready to express your feelings.

He’s in no hurry, knowing that sooner or later he’ll manage to arrive at his destination, but to actually get there he has to act on his dreams and desires, lest they remain a daydream. Sometimes he may not even choose a specific destination.

Having no idea where he’s going, the Cup is guiding him through thick and thin.

This card shows the creative side of feelings. It can appear as a person, an event, or a part of yourself that has an artistic value. The transition from Cups to Pentacles is made possible by accepting and obeying the call of love, and by allowing dreams to manifest through action.

The Knight of Cups Tarot card Upright

When the Knight of Cups appears upright in a reading, it is a fairly positive card and often signals good news.

The Knight of Cups is a call to follow your heart, act on your imagination, and move forward by trusting your feelings and intuition. It can also signal a forthcoming proposal, invitation, or gift.

The Knights always symbolize action. This Knight acts out of love, compassion, and altruism, considering the feelings of everyone involved. What he receives, he freely gives away. He’s moving slowly so he can appreciate the beauty and splendor of his surroundings.

The Knight of Cups will often denote an attractive, young person who might offer his heart and devotion to you, bearing an invitation to romance.

The card can just as well represent these qualities within you. It denotes emotional support, flirting, chatting, and proposing creative solutions to problems.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card Keywords Upright

  • Romance
  • Creativity
  • Charm
  • Imagination
  • Beauty
  • Flirt
  • Idealism
  • Gentleman
  • Grace
  • Peace
  • Calm
  • Passion
  • Altruism
  • Proposal
  • Invitation
  • Oasis
  • Affection
  • Diplomacy

What does the Knight of Cups Tarot Card mean Reversed?

If the Knight of Cups appears in reverse it is likely a sign of bad news, but don’t lose heart just yet.

The Knight of Cups reversed indicates that you might have an overactive imagination and unrealistic expectations. It shows that you’re prone to mood swings, you tend to avoid confrontations, or you’re just really lonely. It’s a sign that you let your emotions lead your life.

When reversed, the Knight of Cups becomes an edgy daydreamer who is in love with a mirage, chasing after an illusion. He strayed from the beaten path into a solitary desert, and he yearns for the company of others. Sometimes the cup might represent problems with alcoholism and isolation.

This card in reverse can mean that you are overwhelmed by your emotions, and disappointed by everyone and everything, possibly from heartbreak in the past. You avoid confronting problems by procrastinating and abandoning responsibilities.

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The cup is empty, and the horse is tired of aimlessly drifting around in search of love. Instead of fleeing from reality and throwing tantrums, try to calm your temper, accept your flaws, and resolve emotional blocks.

This Knight can also denote a young person who desperately wants to flirt with you and demands your attention.

Be cautious, their promises could be empty. Maybe they don’t appreciate who you really are, but they’re in love with an idea of you in their head. Make sure they mean what they say before making any decisions.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card Reversed Keywords

  • Moody
  • Jealous
  • Sullen
  • Heartbreak
  • Procrastination
  • Unrealistic
  • Mirage
  • Tantrum
  • Passive Aggressive
  • Overactive Imagination
  • Disillusionment
  • Loneliness
  • Shame
  • Agitation

The Knight of Cups Tarot is How Someone (He / She) Sees You

The Knight of Cups is seen as a charming and gallant youth.

The Knight of Cups is upright means that the person of interest sees you as very attractive and gentle. You have an exciting, creative personality and you face life with kindness and passion.

The Knight of Cups is moved by love, showing altruism and chivalry to everyone, even to his enemies! You are seen as a person of action and imagination, a particularly attractive combination of qualities.

You appreciate the beauty of the world, you never hesitate to share your cup with your loved ones, and you have learned to offer and receive forgiveness. Sensitive yet brave, you listen to the problems of other people who will often find comfort in your presence.

Approaching people and situations with grace, is fairly easy for you to make a good impression and earn their admiration. You have accepted the troubles of the past as a part of you, and now have all the more reason to greet everyone with a hearty smile!

The Knight of Cups Reversed as How Someone (He / She) Sees You

In reverse, the Knight of Cups can be seen as a moody and passive-aggressive loner.

The Knight of Cups reversed means that you are seen as someone who does not listen to logic and lets their emotions control them. You lack the initiative to act on your dreams, and you live in a fantasy, disconnected from reality.

You could be seen as someone who is jealous of others, and your mood swings are unjustified. Maybe you get overly excited for no apparent reason, before shutting yourself off in a depressive bubble.

Having been hurt in the past and believing that only love can save you, others can see that you are somewhat withdrawn and in love with an illusion. Simply put, you’re too sensitive for your own good. You see the forest for the trees, failing to cope with the standards of reality.

What does the Knight of Cups Tarot Card mean in Love?

The Knight of Cups is one of the most wonderful cards to appear in a romantic reading.

Love is the ultimate quest for the Knight of Cups. If he shows up in a love reading, it means that either you or your partner embody the qualities of this card. The Knight brings with him passion, affection, and understanding, holding love above all other virtues in life.

This card means that you and your partner will go to great lengths to support each other. You may daydream about your future and make plans for traveling to new places. As a messenger, the Knight of Cups may denote chatting and flirty conversations.

At times, the Knight of Cups can be too emotional, but only because he’s so in love! He’s always warm and kind. He will try to talk things out and help you with any problems you might have from a realistic point of view.

This person will back off when you need your space, accept their mistakes, and will consider your relationship the most important thing in their life.

If you are single at the moment, this card might be the sign you were waiting for. Get out there, flirt, and send a message to your crush! Knights are all about action and movement, and this Knight urges you to step out of your comfort zone and make a bold move if only to break the ice.

The heart wants what it wants. This card is a sign of devotion to the essence of pure love. You are ready as you’ll ever be, so don’t be afraid and wear your heart on your sleeve!

What does the Knight of Cups Reversed mean in Love?

The Knight of Cups in a reversed position can denote problems in your love life.

When the Knight of Cups appears reversed in a love reading, it means that either you or your partner are too attached and melodramatic. It might be a sign of jealousy and emotional outbursts.  Your relationship might be based on unrealistic expectations and empty promises. 

There is such a thing as going too far for love. In reverse, this card denotes tension and emotional distress. The horse wavers, unsure if it can move on and cross the river of doubt.

In this context the Knight of Cups, who could be representing either you or your partner, might be unreasonably jealous and touchy, allowing exaggerated feelings to meddle with your well-being. Promises have been made to prove that your love is genuine, only to be neglected and broken.

Make sure you both mean what you say and that you’re walking at the same pace. 

The Knight may be a drifter, someone who goes from lover to lover and never stays for long, or someone who is in love with love itself, a fantasy created by loneliness that has nothing to do with the real thing.

Thirsty for love, he will fall for any kind of sweet talk, only to withdraw in disappointment after the first red flag.

The Knight of Cups as How Someone Thinks of You

If someone thinks of you as a Knight of Cups, it means they really like you.

The Knight of Cups symbolizes a person who is creative and gentle. You are thought of as someone who is guided by intuition and acts out of altruism. You might not know exactly where you are going. However, you are moved by a noble cause.

The person of interest finds you charming and admires your creativity. You have a way to charge the atmosphere with harmony and grace. The feelings of others are really important to you because you are truly happy when they are happy.

The Knight of Cups is thought of as a gentleman. What he lacks in toughness, he makes up in a unique talent to discover and emphasize the hidden beauty of the world.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as How Someone Thinks of You

When reversed, the Knight of Cups does not create the best impression in one’s mind.

In reverse, as what someone thinks of you, the Knight of Cups is an immature and insecure young man who exaggerates his feelings. You’re easily offended and romanticize about the past, thus losing touch with the present moment.

The Knight of Cups reversed is someone who is too involved with their feelings, often spoiling the mood with a need for reassurance. They can be grumpy and even obsessive, seemingly drowning in a glass of water.

You might be caught up in melancholy, and while there’s no place for malice in your heart, you hurt your friends and loved ones by not believing the authenticity of their love for you.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as Feelings

The Knight of Cups indicates strong and true feelings. It may represent you, a person who is close to you, or someone who will soon arrive in your life.

The Knight of Cups denotes feelings of warmth and trust. The cup symbolizes unconditional love, and it is open because everyone deserves it. You are about to experience and share true love. This can also denote an emotional balance that allows you to move forward.

These feelings might not necessarily be romantic. The Knight’s grace and companionship can designate any relationship where there are compassion and mutual support. So, if you’re wondering about a person’s feelings for you, make no mistake; they truly admire you for who you are.

This card means being open with your feelings and acting out of love. It is a symbolic gesture to express what words fail to describe and only the heart knows.

If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to disclose your feelings or show your appreciation to a special someone, follow the example of the Knight of Cups and do not hesitate because what you feel is important.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as Feelings

When describing emotions, the Knight of Cups reversed means that you give too much attention to unimportant matters. It’s likely that you experience melancholy and avoid confronting the real problems by escaping from reality.

The Knight of Cups reversed denotes mixed feelings, disappointment, and overwhelming loneliness. You are on the defensive and overly sensitive. You tend to exaggerate your emotional side, leaving little or no space for logic to resolve your issues.

Regarding your feelings, the Knight of Cups in reverse symbolizes gloom, loneliness, and insecurities. It’s not much different than being lost in the desert, with little to no hope of finding your way.

If this resonates with you, try to think rationally and acknowledge these negative feelings as something that will pass in time. Focus on the road ahead, not on the events that left you wounded. Love can hurt sometimes, and an emotional armor won’t help you to heal.

The Knight of Cups as a Situation

The Knight of Cups might likely refer to an emotional situation or a person you’re involved with.

The Knight of Cups denotes a situation involving a young man or woman. This would be a romantic person, an idealist who finds beauty and meaning in everything. Whether this resonates with you or someone else, this person is exceptionally driven by a noble cause.

If you are involved in a situation with someone like the Knight of Cups, you might be in for an exciting fairy tale. The Knight is adventurous as well as supportive and has a certain kind of magnetism.

As a situation in and of itself, the card makes a point to embrace your feelings, trust your intuition and your loved ones, and listen to your heart. There might be considerable obstacles on your way, as the Knight of Cups denotes grace under pressure.

The circumstances may require a touch of diplomacy. Sometimes cold reason fails, while a gentle and sensitive attitude can make life easier.

It’s as simple as that! Do not rush, take a moment to smell the flowers, and make a poem out of your troubles.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as a Situation

In reverse, the Knight of Cups creates an awkward situation at best.

The Knight of Cups reversed, as a situation, involves a young person who is overwhelmed by their feelings. They are lost in their own head and make a big deal out of small problems, feeling lost and without purpose.

In this context, the Knight is either a bitter loner or a drifter who goes from one relationship to the next and will often bug his friends with insecurities and trivial issues. He cannot get past the river in front of him, because he’s afraid of the stream.

He will often blame himself for everything that’s wrong with the world, and perceive a short hill blocking his way as an impassable mountain.

As a situation, the Knight of Cups in reverse calls for introspection and motivation. Negotiating your feelings may deplete your energy. If you’ve been lagging behind, look for a reason to carry on, and face what makes you sad.

The Knight of Cups Tarot in Career

Regarding financial matters, the Knight of Cups brings good news. However, he moves at a slow pace and it may be a while until he reaches his goal.

When the Knight of Cups shows up in a career reading, it means that you have to be patient and love your work to succeed. The card denotes a creative and artistic job, an unconventional career choice that requires talent, purpose, and sensitivity.

The Knight of Cups, being a messenger, may appear as a person who will offer you a job. It might also literally represent a diplomat, a bartender, or a delivery man. In other respects, this Knight’s rich imagination and sensitivity make him ideal to pursue a career in art or the creative industry.

The card in this context symbolizes the determination to cross the desert of poverty, or the willpower to overcome challenges and reach a specific goal. The Knight is on a mission, a quest that he wishes to complete with all his heart.

Bearing good news, if the Knight of Cups appears in your career reading, it might reveal an opportunity for which you will have to trust your gut feeling. In the workspace, make sure everyone is satisfied with their post, and work on your skills in diplomacy.

The Knight of Cups Reversed in Career

Reversed, the Knight of Cups carries with his disappointment and delay in financial matters.

If the Knight of Cups appears reversed in a career reading, it is an indicator of procrastination. You allow your feelings to get in the way and it’s damaging your productivity.

A reversed Knight of Cups lacks the passion to get the work done. Because of boredom, unreasonable expectations, or disillusionment, he may abandon his goals and wallow in defeatism.

Maybe you are disappointed by your career choice, or you’ve been unemployed and don’t know where to start.

If that is the case, know that it requires only a single step from daydreaming to creating opportunities. However, you will have to find the motivation to get out there and seek the job you want.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as Intentions / What Someone Wants

If you are wondering about the intentions of a specific person in your life, a tarot reading can help you shed some light on the subject.

The Knight of Cups indicates a person who wants to express their feelings of admiration. Always in search of the ideal, the Knight of Cups is someone with a strong desire to follow the call of love and engage in creative activities while helping others.

This person wants to aid their friends in any way they can. They are moved by love, so you can be sure they are honest with their feelings and would never betray you. Sometimes it may seem like they don’t exactly know what they want, but their heart is in the right place.

Don’t let the calm exterior fool you. Knights are all about action and this one might invite you for an interesting ride out of the ordinary.

The Knight of Cups is someone who will go to great lengths to earn your respect. Most of all, they enjoy the company of others, although they are independent enough to find their way alone.

If this is about a love reading, you can be sure the person is genuinely fond of you and will eventually express their feelings with enthusiasm.

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The Knight of Cups Reversed as Intentions / What Someone Wants

When reversed, the Knight of Cups is ambivalent as an intentions card.

The Knight of Cups in reverse symbolizes a person, who not only does not know what they want, but they are also jealous of other people. They might show toxic behavior, belittle others, and negotiate over absurd demands.

If a reversed Knight of Cups in your reading describes what somebody wants, this person will claim to have the best intentions, while only creating problems. They will be easily offended and will strike back if you deny them what they want.

Their feelings might be true, but they don’t know how to properly address them and might act in an unpredictable, selfish way. You might hear them fantasizing about a utopia or an impossible dream, trying to compensate for their inability to cope with the real world.

It would be pointless to blame them because they’re not completely aware of what is going on. Keep your distance, and try to reason with them in a manner they will understand.

Is the Knight of Cups Tarot Card a Yes or No?

The Knight of Cups might not always know which way to direct his energies, but it is overall a positive card.

This card might concern a situation that requires a bit of diplomacy. The answer could be “Yes, however…” meaning that the person involved does not prefer the direct approach.

The Knight of Cups shows enthusiasm, yet he will retreat if a hunch warns him off.

An indicator of motivation and action, the Knight of Cups is most likely a “Yes” card, especially in questions that involve emotional issues. The card calls on you to listen to your intuition and follow your heart.

Likewise, this card in reverse does not necessarily mean “No”. Maybe your feelings are clouding your judgment, and the issue will resolve if you look at it closely from a fresh point of view.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as an Obstacle / Challenge

The challenge that the Knight of Cups has to face is of an emotional nature.

The Knight of Cups represents the quest to find true love. The challenge is to embrace your feelings, appreciate solitude, and give to others the blessings you receive. The Knight of Cups might also appear as a rival, someone who wants to prove they’re better and more virtuous than you.

The obstacle here is attachment, whether it is an attachment to a person, an object, an idea, or a certain emotion. By keeping what we desire too close, we lose sight of the real world. Healthy motivation and a positive attitude are required to move forward.

Furthermore, the card speaks about finding a purpose in life, a reason to be joyful and content. The Knight of Cups moves with imagination and sensitivity towards the success of his mission, and that might often mean going through a lot of stress and facing many adversities.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as an Obstacle / Challenge

In reverse, the Knight of Cups describes the difficulty of compromising between what you feel and what is possible.

As an obstacle, the Knight of Cups reversed denotes emotional turmoil and escapism. Lacking purpose and direction, the person involved cannot deal with their feelings and struggles to cope with reality.

In that case, the Knight of Cups might represent alcohol abuse, or withdrawing from society and shutting people off. Without a specific aim, the person has lost their way and woke up in a desert made of insecurities, daydreams, and obsessions.

The card might refer to being a passive bystander, not acting on dreams before they wither, and obsessing over the trauma.

The Knight of Cups in reverse might also be a bitter friend who holds a grudge against you out of spite and childish whim.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as Action

Knights are the most active of the court cards. The Knight of Cups acts selflessly, and with grace.

As a card symbolizing action to be taken, the Knight of Cups is about moving from imagination to creation in a considerate way that’s beneficial to everyone. If you feel that you are drawn or called to something, follow that instinct blindly.

For matters of the heart, it means expressing your feelings with honesty and giving a person all the support you can.

The Knight of Cups tries to find creative and imaginative solutions to real problems. Maybe this is a sign for you to make the first move despite difficulties, compromise in a delicate situation, or trust in a far-fetched idea that you thought was too good to be true until now.

Maybe where logic fails, the heart can triumph.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as Action

The Knight of Cups reversed might serve as a warning that you are moving at a snail’s pace.

As an action card, the reversed Knight of Cups calls on you to bring your emotions to light, because they are confusing you and keeping you behind. To realize your dreams, you have to act on them and keep at it every single day.

Maybe you have succumbed to boredom and depression. Or the failures of the past discourage you from making progress, and not for want of trying.

The Knight of Cups reversed means that you are letting your emotions affect your way of thinking. You should clear the confusion in your mind and focus on what’s important, namely acting on your dreams.

The heart sometimes can be swayed by negativity, and prevent you from being yourself. You thought about it enough! Now it’s time to do something that will get you on the path to living the life you want to live.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as Advice

The message of the Knight of Cups as an advice card is pretty straightforward.

Follow your heart! Ignore the negative thoughts, cover your wounds, and listen to what your heart is trying to tell you. Act on your ideas, because you are the only one who can make them real. You’ve come a long way, and you’re almost there.

As an advice card, the Knight of Cups tells you to never give up on what you think is right for you. Others might have advised you to forget your wild fantasies and listen to reason. But this card urges you to pay no mind; your intuition is right.

Don’t just mindlessly rush forward, because there are still challenges ahead. Nevertheless, you are on the right track. Push through the fatigue, and believe in your dreams.

The Knight of Cups has ridden through the desert for miles and miles. To give up now, it would mean abandoning the most sacred and beloved cause.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as Advice

When reversed in the advice position, the Knight of Cups is a warning that you may have lost your way and have been chasing a mirage.

The Knight of Cups, in reverse, represents a person who has fallen in love with an illusion. They ignore all the signs, do not listen to reason, and jump to illogical conclusions.

If the Knight of Cups appears reversed, it might mean that you are exaggerating your emotions. You are treading on a road that leads to loneliness and disappointment.

The goals you have set might be unrealistic or selfish. Learn to discern illusion from reality, acknowledge your emotions as something internal that should not create problems in your daily routine, and find out what is possible right now.

The Knight of Cups as an Outcome

As an outcome, the Knight of Cups is a positive card to receive.

The Knight of Cups suggests that you are on your way to attaining peace and discovering your inner wealth. With this new-found tranquility, you may begin working on your dreams.

This card could manifest as a real person, a young man or woman, who will appear in your life with an invitation to romance or a new exciting activity. They will offer emotional support and help you to focus on your goals.

If you embrace the qualities of this Knight, pretty soon you will be in a position to feel okay with who you are and seek true love. The Knight of Cups opens the way to the suit of Pentacles, so a new beneficial event may unfold concerning your career or your well-being.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as an Outcome

When reversed, the Knight of Cups foretells disappointment and emotional turmoil as an outcome. Try to keep calm, because it might be a sign of heartbreak. A plan that you had in mind could fall through.

Due to not trying hard enough or expecting something unreal, you might be in for disappointment when the Knight of Cups appears reversed.

This might be a temporary setback where you will feel alone and helpless. Find the strength and motivation to persevere, and think about what mistakes brought you to this gloomy place.

The card might also be a sign that someone whom you trusted will turn their back on you for personal reasons. Don’t nag them; they have their own troubles and maybe there’s nothing you can do right now to mend the situation. Let some time pass and things will eventually get better.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as the Future

When the Knight of Cups shows up in the future position, it speaks of joyful action and emotional fulfillment.

The Knight of Cups, as a future card, indicates a new person who will arrive in your life, or someone you just met and will have a significant influence over you. They will admire you and support you, initiating a meaningful relationship. It might also be a sign that you will be creative and imaginative.

In a reading that concerns your long-term future, the Knight of Cups heralds a change for the better. You will find a purpose, a new direction, ideas that will inspire you, and people who will love you with all their hearts.

It’s a sign that you will be able to move past obstacles with grace and certainty. If someone new appeared in your life, trust their opinion and motives because they care for you and will gladly help in any kind of trouble.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as the Future

When reversed, the Knight of Cups bears ill news and disillusionment.

As a card that indicates a future situation, the Knight of Cups in reverse warns you not to chase after fantasies. You have to be grounded, or your feelings might overwhelm you and do a lot of damage to your self-esteem. You may stay alone for quite a while, and feel your energies and passion depleted.

It is possible that what you thought was your life’s work, your most intense desire, will prove to be an illusion with no chance of manifesting. A lover might disappear overnight, a dream might fall through, and all your efforts will be to no avail.

See this as a chance to find a new path and learn from your mistakes. You may feel like avoiding your problems, but will that do you any good? When one door closes, another one opens, and that’s when our courage is put to the test.

The Knight of Cups Tarot Card as a Person

As a real person in your life, the Knight of Cups is a charming and enthusiastic youth.

The Knight of Cups represents an exceptionally romantic and sensitive person, someone who is attracted to both genders and goes after what their heart desires with intense passion. They’re a selfless idealist who regards love and compassion as the greatest virtues.

The Knight of Cups will listen gladly to your problems and offer insight based on his own experience. His sensitivity instills a poetic atmosphere in the world.

This person is caring and understanding; they wear their heart on their sleeve, and will not always listen to reason. However, their charm, along with their skill in diplomacy and their overall talent speak for themselves.

They will express their opinion in the most considerate way, choosing their words wisely to avoid hurting the feelings of their loved ones.

The card might symbolize a gentleman with pure intentions or a feisty young lady who is both brave and beautiful.

The Knight of Cups Reversed as a Person

The personality traits described by a reversed Knight of Cups range from gloomy and self-centered, to envious and conceited.

The Knight of Cups reversed as a person represents someone who is often too emotional. They might obsess over trivial things, throw temper tantrums, and deny that they demand too much from others. The card might symbolize an alcoholic or someone with a narcissistic disorder.

The reversed Knight of Cups describes a person who justifies their actions as altruistic and meaningful, but their sullen demeanor can often kill the vibe right off the bat.

They might pretend like they are on a very important mission, fighting for the self-righteous cause of founding a utopia until you catch them complaining about how unfair the world is to them. Quite often they will resign from their task out of boredom and envy for the success of others.

A person such as this is not malicious, nor capable of hurt. They just don’t know how to move on, trying to avoid responsibilities, because they have been disappointed in the past and believe that they have to be selfish to get over their trauma.

What Zodiac Sign is the Knight of Cups?

The Knight of Cups, like all the court cards in the Suit of Cups, is representative of a Water sign.

In the Knight of Cups Tarot card, we can see all the symbols of the Water Zodiac signs. The fish represent Pisces, the armor signifies the shell of Cancer, and the wings refer to the eagle which is another symbol for Scorpio.

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    I really like your card meanings and I wanted to know if you were planning to continue, the minor arcana ? I search everywhere and is very difficult to find meaning on the intentions and the action of each card and in particular on the minors.

    Thank you for you reply.


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      Hi Vanina,

      Yes, I am slowly adding the meanings for all the Minor Arcana. It’s a long process and I want to do each of them justice! I appreciate your comments. At the moment, I’ve been adding 1 meaning per month (these articles are often really big, over 9,000 words) and take time to get just right.

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