Here we have the court differences with Crowley calling him a Knight and the RWS system, a King. While they are both similar each rules a different element and it shows in their behavior.
Knight of Cups
This Knight and his horse jump off the page - Fire of Water we have a nice cleansing rain or bubbling spring - as well as slow erosion and dissolving. This Knight is loyal and generous as well as open and trusting with his emotions. He is also unguarded (no helmet, remember?) and gives unconditional love to all. There is also a need for balance here - fire and water need a careful hand in order not to fizzle out or shift too far to either side.
The Crow King of Cups is a master of emotion - Air of Water, he knows how to weigh his emotions with reason before making decisions. His mind is agile and is very understanding. He has learned to keep a cool head and a strong heart. Thought and Memory speak to him and he listens to each - wanting other opinions besides his own. His wisdom comes from keeping the heart, body, mind and spirit in balance.
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