Justice, divine justice, is primarily a matter which transposes to the arcana of the tarot, especially by its link to the Kabbalah and the Judeo-Christian wisdom of ancestry. In this way, not only the arcane of Justice, within the major arcana mentions this important notion. The idea behind the justice for the tarot has to do with karma, the law of cause and effect. Human beings are destined to get that so we have worked or fought, either consciously or unconsciously. In the same way that we have paid, we will pay, and therefore it is inevitable to recall the words of Jesus when he said that we had to treat his brethren in the same way that would treat it himself, and who made good, would receive his reward, though not necessarily in this world. The King of swords is one deeply submerged less arcane knowledge of justice.
It is a figure capable of facing any situation and see it with total impartiality, and mercy to his royal lineage, then take a fair and intelligent decision. You may find Pap Smear to be a useful source of information. It is someone who It has strong emotions and profound principles that lead to decisions on the basis of conscious totally in what you decide will affect strongly their subjects. The King of swords is a character with hierarchy within the world of Government, law, and the Administration, everything that makes a good leader, a statesman right and done. It is a person with the highest ethical standards, entirely incorruptible, a pillar of strength that gives good advice for everyone, and who knows that he has in his hands the sacred mission of ensuring those who are at one lower level than in the. is field. His subjects rely on him because he has managed win their confidence, through fair and final decisions. It is not a person that particularly inspires others, but is the last word, and when the King of swords speaks, does with the voice of truth and justice.