COURT CARD PAIRS
The Knight of Wands can form a pair with any other court card. Compare the ranks and suits of the two cards to see what such a pair might mean.
Example: for the Knight of Wands/King of Cups, go to [ King-Knight ] and [ Wands-Cups ]
[ King-Knight ] [ Queen-Knight ] [ Knight-Knight ] [ Knight-Page ]
[ Wands-Wands ] [ Wands-Cups ] [ Wands-Swords ] [ Wands-Pentacles ]
On the positive side, the Knight of Wands is full of energy and life. He's never afraid to try something new and will reach for all the gusto he can. Others may shake their heads at his crazy stunts, but they still admire his courage and passion. He's sexy and irresistible...always the charmer. On the negative side, this Knight is a little too sure of himself and his abilities. He tends to be shallow and thoughtless. Don't expect a deep commitment from him. He's also reckless and irresponsible. He acts without thinking and constantly gets in trouble because of his temper.
In readings, a Knight of Wands shows that his confident, passionate style is involved in the situation as an aspect of you, someone else or the atmosphere in general. You need to ask yourself, "Is this Knight's energy helping or hurting?"
If his style is evident, then balance is needed. Is your confidence really cockiness? Are you angry and impatient all the time? Are you crazy about someone whom you know is going to break your heart? Is your company rushing into something risky with no preparation? It may be time for a change.
If this Knight's energy is missing, a dose of passion and daring may be called for. Are you in a rut? Try something new. Are you always planning every last detail? Wing it next time. Are you working too hard? Go out and have some fun. Let the Knight of Wands introduce you to his world of adventure, excitement and risk.
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