If If you have been following, by now you know Chokmah, the second Sephira, to be the Idea of Maleness, Here the Idea of the Law of Attraction has been determine, as Binah, the opposite of Chokmah is the Idea of the Feminine. The mystery of the Two's is the interaction of opposites that composes the Universe. The Kings are Chokmah interacting in various elements.
THE KNIGHT OF CUPS;
Often called the Lord of the Waves and of the Waters, King of the Hosts of the Sea. King of the Undines and Nymphs. No matter what accolade one uses, his zodiacal attributes are the last Decan of Aquarius and the first two Decans of Pisces. Since he is Chokmah, he is Specific Fire in the World of Primal Water. If we remember that Water represents the unconscious and consciousness, it is easily seen that the Knight of Cups is a personification of the Force which motivates the currents of the unconscious in a manner similar to the Sun's motivational force over the currents of the Ocean.
The Knight's Cup has a crab issuing forth, which is a symbol of the sign of Cancer. Cancer is cardinal water that is ruled by the Moon that we know to direct the tides. The Crab also relates to Stella Maris, the Star of the Sea known as Isis and later Mari The Great Mother or Binah in the Qaballah. The Phoenix or stylized Peacock head gear is a ancient symbol for Wisdom, which on the Tree of Life is Chokmah. The legend of the Phoenix is that of a bird that died in flames every five hundred years, and then rose from its own ashes. The Peacock also represents the Brilliance that is found in Water.
He is a personification of Bran the blessed that became the Christianized Fisher King, the ancient lord of the Abyss and/or the Rich Fisher Bron. Implying ancient power and strength that is reliably protective of the needy. Here, the calm surface hides a deep and irresistible force, as does the unconscious hide deep emotions
. When the Knight of Cups is Thrown during a reading, it implies: