Tarot - Prince of Swords
The chariot is therefore easy to move but difficult to progress in any definite direction except by accident. This is a perfect example of the mind.
A part of us is out of control at the moment. What he creates he destroys. This is the process of thought. Its like someone who creates a masterpiece then destroys it only to produce something even better.
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When this process works well, it creates very intelligent people as Crowley is quick to point out, but in the Prince of Swords this process is not grounded in anything practical and so what he creates rarely comes to anything fruitful. The Prince likes his freedom and the 4 of disks contains this. This is about knowing your boundaries and working for a stable material life, which is not really in his nature. It also implies knowing where boundaries lie, but the airy nature of the Prince just goes through any set boundaries. This is his weaker side representing the last decan of Capricorn and so his energies are weak in this card.
This card normally represents defeat that we have experienced in the world.
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Applied to the Prince of Swords it often represents self defeat. Just as the swords turn in on themselves as if to self wound, the undisciplined mind of the Prince can often self sabotage and hence the chariot does not move in a creative way compare to the green under the chariot of the Prince of Wands.
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Aquarius ruled by Mercury gives rise to the intelligent side of the Prince of Swords. When his mind is working well he is highly creative, artistic, philosophical and able to analyse situations, especially abstract ideas. This quality is highlighted by Crowley in his description of this card.
The diagram comes from French Sword Fighting as illustrated in the diagram below and the Six links the Prince with Tiphareth, like his Head Crest and gives him his positive qualities and potential for greatness that counterbalance his destructive nature. Full details of this can be found in the article on the Six of Swords by clicking here. Its means when we are faced with a situation, it can only be influenced by gradual efforts in a consistent direction what the Prince of Swords finds difficult.. To influence directly you must apply clearly defined goals over a period of time.
To influence a group you must be able to understand the spirit of the community which may take time but has a lasting effect. This is trying to counterbalance the mind of the Prince of Swords which is very dispersed. The I Ching is trying to focus his thoughts over a period of time.
The actions of the Prince can be reckless. The wind is an invisible influence and can shape mountains over time but its action results from persistence over time. The I Ching applies this to the action of the mind to make it efficient in reaching a goal and not dispersed as in the card. A well-educated person with a highly developed intellect. Someone of loves thinking, questioning and philosophising.
The Knight of Swords Tarot Card
The card represents a private person, who defends his inner space quite determinedly. This is some-one who is hard to get to know - in fact, you'll probably not succeed entirely no matter how long you know him.
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He is a thinker, and chooses those he shares his thoughts with carefully. He's usually also very independent, and often appears unemotional and cold.
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Sometimes the Prince of Swords will come up to represent somebody who is embarking on a serious course of occult study - with the Knight indicating the dedicated initiate. The bad reputation comes from one peculiarity of this card and the Knight of Swords , I think. They both tend to appear when a man is angry, violent or vicious. However this is a function of the Suit - Swords deal with conflict and pain quite extensively. So don't imagine that every Prince of Swords you see is bad - most of them aren't. Looking for Love Spread.
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