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The Knight of Rods charges into the frame, wand held aloft, his unicorn rearing up under him. Above him we see images of phoenixs, proud and fierce, harbingers of new beginnings and hope. The landscape around our knight is fiery red, with flames rising up to one side. It looks almost as though he is trying to get the unicorn to dive into a flaming volcano!
This Knight is full of energy, charging in to battle whenever his passion is aroused. He doesn't always have the staying power we might hope for, as some new cause distracts him. Still, he is enthusiastic and energetic, advising us to make use of that focus and power while it lasts :)
Where I really see the connection between these cards is in the phrase that accompanies it: "Aim for that which makes your soul rejoice." This could definitely be the mantra of the Knight of Rods, who aims high, inspired by his passion and what he values in life.
This Knight's energy is welcome today - I have a lot to do. Fortunately, tomorrow I have an easy day, so it doesn't matter if my energy only lasts for the day :) As for soul satisfaction, the first part of the equation is to actually figure out what makes my soul rejoice, else how can I aim for it?
I am grateful to find energy and direction.