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Tarot Weekend Forecast: July 5-7, 2013

Oh boy, the weekend! Here’s the Tarot forecast for possibilities and what to watch out for during the weekend of July 5-7, 2013:

 

Friday: Knight of Swords Reversed
Be careful that running off at the mouth doesn’t result in shooting yourself in the foot. It might be best to keep your opinions to yourself until you are sure of the details of the situation and have heard both sides of the story. Refrain from committing loyalty to one side over the other for the time being. You could find yourself jumping into the middle of a battle that’s just full of hot air that could result in avoidable resentments and regrets.

 

 

 

Saturday: 3 of Pentacles
Involve yourself in work, hobbies, or projects that bring you satisfaction and joy. You may be lending your talents towards the good of your community in cooperation with others. Nothing but the ultimate best will do, but do ask for outside opinions before trashing the project to start over. You could be surprised to discover it has real value even though you feel it isn’t perfect. Are you a writer or artist suffering from a creative block? Try visiting cathedrals to spark your imagination with the intricate architecture.

 

 

Sunday: Page of Swords
You could be playing mini-detective, today (maybe getting to the real facts from Friday). Do your best to keep a handle on your emotions and operate with cool intellect. Channel your inner Sgt. Joe Friday and request, “Just the facts, ma’am” (or “sir”). Maintaining an objective stance should help from getting sucked into illogical situations. Being skeptical, inquisitive, and observant will go a long way in discovering the truth.

 

Plan ahead for next weekend! Book a personal and more detailed reading to get a heads up on any pitfalls and possibilities to watch out for.

Card images from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck used with permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT USA. Copyright 1971. Further reproduction prohibited.

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