If in the upright position, the KING OF SWORDS showed us an energetic and prudent person, clearly aware of his own capabilities, then in an inverted position, the KING OF SWORDS is either completely deprived of this quality, or, conversely, is overly cautious and fearful. In the first case, we have a reckless grunt (“what to think, you need to jump”), in the second: “What if there will be something for me?”
But in any position, the KING OF SWORDS indicates a very passionate person. However, this quality is common to all “sword-bearing” court cards.
time to act has not yet arrived, since there is no concrete statement of the problem. Everything is very global and vague.