Description: A king sits on his throne, his robe emblazoned with many symbols of fruitfulness; his hand rests on the symbol of the pentacle. His castle appears in the background. The heads of bulls are shown behind him.

Divinatory Meaning: This is a black-haired, dark-eyed man, generally married. He may be a chief of industry. He is noted for his intelligence and character. Valor, reliability, mathematical gifts and success.

Reversed: Perverse use of talents. Caution against association with gamblers and speculators.

(Yes, I copied this from a book. But whoever did the other Tarot entries was too sexist to include the King for the Queen. Further research is needed.)