Upright: Logical, authoritative, assertive, truthful
Reversed: Controlling, intimidating, abusive, tyrannical
King, swords, throne, crown, clouds, bird, butterfly
Upright: This card represents a person or aspect of your personality which is logical and fair, though emotionally distant. This king is mature and analytical. He remains calm in any situation as he meticulously thinks through the best course of action, making him a great leader. This card may be telling you that it is time to take an authoritative role. You have the knowledge and confidence to step up and lead in a great way. This card represents high ethical and moral standards. This king is firm and constant in his truth and reminds you that you are able to make a stand and not cave to the views of others.
Reversed: If this card is pulled in a reverse position, it may be pointing to pieces of your personality or someone in your life who is lacking compassion. This person is void of ethics and may be manipulative or deceitful. It can represent someone who is abusive, domineering, and narcissistic. This card tells you to beware of those around you as someone may not be showing their true self. In a reading, it might be telling you that you are not being true to yourself and are caving to the opinions of others. This would be a good time to remember who you are and ground yourself in truth before taking any action.
The King of Swords is the 57th card in the tarot deck: 5 + 7 = 12, 1 + 2 = 3.
The number 3 represents the trinity of mind, body, and spirit. It points to a clarity and unity in all areas of our life. It brings together the past, present, and future, reminding us that all is available to us right now. It represents our creative energy and inspiration from the Universe and Divine forces.
In a positive light, the number 3 refers to self-improvement, creativity, personal insight, optimism, self-expression, and joy of life.
In a negative light, the number 3 refers to scatter-mindedness, unfocused energy, lack of direction, confusion, and self-centeredness.
The Crown Chakra represents our connection to the Divine. It focuses on unity among all things, intuitive knowing, and higher consciousness. Tarot cards associated with this chakra focus on compassion, conscious and subconscious knowing, and infinite power and choices.