A man's life is characteristic of himself.
-Carl G. Jung
To many readers, the court cards often are the most confusing to read. This is because some authorities interpret them as people in a persons life, others as events and still others as both people and events. Many see the court cards as personality traits as well.
There is a good reason for all of this confusion ; the reason being because people are merely always involved in events that are like some aspect of themselves. Since everything is one energy, there is no obvious separation between what we experience in the environment and what we are on the inner level of self. It is a foolish attempt at best, when reading tarot, to try and divide the person from the event that is occurring. Such attempts at division could even be perilous. It pays to remember that events often happen to us because of ourselves rather then in spite of ourselves.
The Knight of Wands (King of wands) represents the spiritual evolutionary in all of us. This is the Will-to-be part of ourselves that is unwilling to edit, rehearse, or hold back any part of who we are. The rider of the unicorn horse is the symbol of vision and inspiration that has purpose and application. Positive male power that is dynamic and is in all of us---that's why we are alive! You are a personal vision of your fiery Spirit! When this card is thrown, we are releasing an old identity,like a serpent sheds its skin (the serpent suit the knight is wearing) and establishing a achievement-orientated,creative, and expressive self! This is a powerful person of a fiery nature: energetic, active, hard to control, attractive, but sometimes dangerous. As always there is more to this card. For further information and/or a personal reading, call Eli @ 253-241-0129 or email <firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and may you live long and prosper.