King Of Swords – Deviant Moon Tarot Deck
I. The Description of King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
The great King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot stands beside a soldier of the army he is in power. He imposes strong will on those around him and leads them with rigor. Putting the Swords suit at the beginning of the book as the author’s intention perhaps is the most different ever when The Fool’s journey ends, the empire that rebuilds the Deviant Moon Tarot is started by the Air element. In fact, among the four basic elements which are air, fire, water, and earth; air plays the most important role.
Placing the Air group at the top as a transformation and conditioning throughout the Minor Arcana’s journey. Besides, the end of the Pentacles suit – representing the element Earth – will be a solid conclusion to the entire journey. These linking explanations will be further written and explained along the origin of each suit.
With the familiar Rider-Waite Tarot deck, the Swords suit is quite negative and scary, in Deviant Moon Tarot, this is even more strongly emphasized. Almost all annotations start with Ace cards because this makes exploring for Tarot readers simpler and Ace is always mentioned as the origin of all stories. But this version breaks those norms, from changing the order of the suits to the ordering of the cards. A brief overview of this Swords family: they possess all the red and yellow colors – the dominant color for most cards. This family has, from the very beginning, evoked the look of majesty and nobility in their bloodstream. To make it easier to remember these cards, you can associate your acquaintance with Air-like zodiac signs: Gemini, Libra, Aquarius. The Swords suit is a powerful clan. But right now, the members are in trouble with the disagreements and conflicts occurring. Despite encountering such problems, they still get over them through courage and perseverance. Let’s meet the most powerful character first: King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot.
The air comes out when your mouth is open, which means controversy, rumor, and deception are coming. The slashes of the air come from words, they are invisible but do great damage because they are used by people who are extremely intelligent, alert, and revengeful in their words. On the positive side, the fact that these people possess diplomatic talent, judgment, foresight, and absolute fairness is undisputed.
King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot has also been compared to The Prince of the Chariot of the Winds. He is the most influential character – the first person you come into contact with and gives you a strong impression and is a representation of this clan. You are being exposed to an upper class figure at all levels of thought and diplomacy. This King wears a red and yellow outfit – the color of the golden throne, work fulfillment, vitality and ambition.
Of all the 4 Kings, King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot is brilliant with autocratic talent, the ability to impose thoughts on others and use this until the end of the battle. He is disciplined, clearly defined goals, sets the rules of the game and has clear thinking. You can see the image of a small demon with an earth globe in hand, it is this King’s warrior. And of course, this man lives with only orders, the sword in his hand is a ready-to-fight stance, as long as he gives a command, the fight will really kick in. The sleeping moon badge embedded in the center of his cloak is a reminder that he still has emotions and feelings, but that sentiment will be lulled to sleep and controlled entirely by his mind.
The moon may be in its smallest and lowest phase, but not completely disappear. Going back to the little demon, it is like a miniature model in this card. Its hands are of two colors, which represents its willingness to get involved in evil deeds, in tune with the color on the sphere it holds. There is nothing that it cannot touch. However, this little demon is the powerful subordinate of the King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot. This also reveals some of his unexpected sides – his selfishness, brutality, and unfairness when his interests and purposes are violated or when he is cornered. Once he knows the exact route he will take, he never steps back, even the end is mapped out and every movement will take this King to the destination he wants.
If you are in the sights of the King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot, you will have the utopia and never have to think about what you own.
II. The general meaning of King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions:Utilize someone’s will to the end. Take the leadership, Determination, Discipline, Lawmakers, Reasonable, Clear thinking, Intellectual strength, Power, Truth, Control, Balanced judgment, Fair decision, Analysis, Professionalism, Intelligence, Innovation, Ambition, Self-assertion, Authority, Obligatory, Clear discrimination, Improvisation, Objectivity, Rationality, Fairness, Rules and order, Expertise, Fascination, Cooperation, Prudence, Good advice, Coherent thinking, Sharp mind, Diplomatic talent, Lofty ideals, Will power, Commitment, Specialization, Reason dominates over emotion, No mercy.
King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot is a symbol of intellectual strength and powers and has the courage to do all that he desires. He represents judgment, command, and rule. Therefore, he asks you to analyze goals in a particular situation, determine matters, and figure out facts. You need to use your wisdom to successfully prove your point. Your knowledge and experience are very important, and so are your daily observations and thoughts. You can also solve problems using historical facts, rules, law, and diplomacy.
King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot shows that you need to adopt a very strict but fair role. You have clarity in mind and can feel the truth right now, so you have to go ahead and deal with things objectively. You are in a good position to appropriately assess the situation and identify the constraints along the way. This is the time when you need to keep your emotions as objective and rational as possible.
Likewise, the King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot encourages you to use your logic and enlightenment to navigate your path ahead. You need to capture the heart of the matter, research your decisions, and ensure that you reap the benefits of being fair in dealing with others. You can come up with every situation, look at it in the fairest way, and then come to a decision with uprightness and insight.
Usually, the King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot portrays a professional advisor, such as an attorney or a financial and tax advisor. This advisor has a solid reputation and a great deal of knowledge in his particular field and will guide you on your status. He is completely trustworthy and will use his innate experience and knowledge to help you while providing the best and most objective advice for you. He takes pride in his expertise and qualifications and can charge quite a premium for his services. However, you get what you pay for.
If you do not seek professional help, King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot’s arrival could be some legal or financial advice. If you are expecting change or special circumstances to arise that require expert advice, you can seek direction before they happen. When it all comes, you are ready to claim your rights and look for an outcome that works for you. You can also benefit by finding an advocate or mentor for your needs who offers you intelligent and objective guidance.
This King is also a man with the highest ethical standards and acts as a pillar of dignity, giving the right word to everyone, no matter who they are. More than that, he certainly hopes others will obey the law and will not forgive those who break it. As a father, for example, he would become very irritated if his son did not follow the house rules.
III. The reversed meaning of King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
Keywords and extensions: Rude, Unfair judgment, Manipulation, Tyranny, Abuse, Exploitation, An unfair decision, Prejudice, Grandeur, Sarcasm, Selfishness, cruelty, dishonesty, Planning, Suspicion, Accusation, Conviction, Suspicion, Stubborn attitude, Desire for power, Legal problems, Threats, Sadism, Revenge, Violence, Aggression.
The reversed King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot can speak about the abuse of power by a high-ranking person. This King represents manipulation and persuasion to meet selfish needs. He is a very intelligent older man who likes to show others his intelligence by using expert wording or talking about topics that no one else knows, sometimes this appears as a female figure. He is very harsh in speech, critical of others, and strict in his own right. This card can describe a person in your life or even yourself. You need to be wary of this type of person because, even though he/she may be charming and knowledgeable, they can easily wreck you. They are only concerned with their own self-interest and will do whatever they can to gain them, even stepping on others.
Likewise, the reversed King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot could be a tyrant and an empty fortress. He is easily invaded and frantic if you embarrass him or challenge his power. He is not at all comfortable and can make you feel demoralized and down.
The reversed King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot can also reflect indecision in front of your best chances or the direction you want to take. You are still listening to your mind about what you really want to do and what will inspire you. Lack of decision means a lack of direction during this time, so it is important that you steer your energy in the direction of reaching a declaration. If you wait until everything is perfectly clear, then you are deferring your plan. You can also lack mental clarity while working. Your thoughts are distracted and begin to feel quite panicked and out of control when it comes to what to do. You are feeling insecure and uncertain about your options. As a result, you are suspending the necessary decisions and often not achieving anything due to your excessive nervousness and perturbation.
IV. The guideline of King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot
This masculine energy formed in the King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot is sometimes referred to as The Adjudicator – the knowledgeable negotiator or mediator. He helps people in conflict discover common ground and build upon it, and guides communities to recognize their greater advantage. His archetype is Solomon, an ancient lawgiver, and philosopher of the Old Testament. Sometimes he appears cold and detached which can be misunderstood as not caring.
But emotional displays are just not his medium, nor is he moved by appeals to sympathy or mercy. With the philosophical overview that comes from long experience, he listens deeply, observes closely, and addresses last. In the end, his even-handedness and objectivity earn him the respect he receives from his community, and those who cannot work out their problems come to him willingly for advice.
This King is subtly exposed to imply that he is a woman in male armor – it is a reference to Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans, an archetype of a devout and inspired woman warrior, who was mystically led to abandon her social role to defend what she saw as the greater good. Although she was martyred young, her model forms the message that sometimes the good of the whole is more significant than the good of the individual, and in that case, even if you lose, you win just for being there.
King of Swords Deviant Moon Tarot recommends that you research your situation and in the process question existing authorities. It may be time to review underlying hypotheses and bring greater clarity into areas that have been hidden. Don’t wait for others to do it. Instead, draw your own conclusions. Spend time examining all the consequences because this King of Swords requires a thorough, well-regulated exploration of ideas and possibilities. Call out your sobriety and wisdom – an more experienced father image. Then act according to the instructions given to you.