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Tarot Weekend Forecast: July 12-14, 2013

Oh boy, the weekend! Here’s the Tarot forecast for possibilities and what to watch out for during the weekend of July 12-14, 2013:

 

Friday: The High Priestess
Some things are better left unsaid - like that great idea you just came up with. Smile mysteriously if asked why you have the cat-that-swallowed-a-canary look. Pay close attention to your intuition and follow its lead, even if it doesn’t make logical sense to do so. For those of you who normally kick up your heels on Friday night, it’s ok to cancel clubbing plans simply because you feel like being by yourself. Take the quiet time for meditation and/or play with that new Tarot deck or study other metaphysical topics.

 

 

Saturday: Ace of Cups
You start the day in a great mood and spread the joy to those around you. Experiencing new feelings (or having old ones resurface) for someone or something. This could be in the form of a new relationship or discovering a new activity that you instantly fall in love with doing. Opening yourself up to others in a more intimate way. The Ace of Cups can sometimes indicate the birth of a baby girl. Of course, these days, a baby girl may be what is seen in the ultrasound image.

 

 

Sunday: Page of Pentacles
Great day for a nature walk and view your surroundings through the eyes of a child. Set aside the how-to books and learn by doing. You could discover a latent talent or skill you never knew you had a knack for doing. Be patient with the process. If you didn’t get it right the first time, go back and read the directions. Help a kid with homework or school project - you could learn something new, too. Page of Pentacles can also bring messages of a pregnancy.

 

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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