Here is the Knight of Cups, elementally known as Fire of Water. Two dolphin figurines emphasize his watery nature and the fireplace itself his fire. A clock sits on the mantel, and like some of the other knights, he is driven by a need to get things done before time runs out, leading sometimes to a wonderful spontaneous experience and other times to an impulsive disaster. Yet the white flowers in the vases show his motives are generally pure. The dolphin figures speak to his need to be supportive and encouraging. He likes being the "white knight" that sweeps others off their feet with his kindness and help. The downside to this knight can be seen in the ancient Greek painting displayed in the front of the fireplace. It shows a man mixing water and wine in a krater. In ancient Greece, the water quality wasn't good so alcohol was mixed with it to kill the microbes that might cause sickness. While they enjoyed their wine, it wasn't appropriate for everyone (including children) to drink it all day long to hydrate themselves - they needed water. If they only drank wine, they would be constantly drunk and never get anything accomplished. In the same way, the watery aspect of this knight can put out his fire. He can become "drunk" on emotions, spouting poetry and singing love songs but never actually DOING anything useful. Time to water down his wine cup...