Cosmic Q: February 11, 2013 – February 18, 2013
Aries (March 21—April 19) Your card for the week is the Page of Cups. The Page of Cups may signify a current lover a lover-to-be in your life. Either way, this card predicts heavy flirting and you may find yourself stumbling into a more exciting relationship.
Taurus (April 20—May 20) Your card for the week is the Three of Swords, which is illustrated by a symbolic heart pierced by three swords. This week brings feelings of doubt, loneliness, and confusion. It is a time to analyze your current relationships and make sure that you are emotionally satisfied.
Gemini (May 21—June 20) Your card for the week is The High Priestess. Seated between two pillars, she is covered in a flowing blue robe. She sits between the beginning and the end and symbolizes intuition and truth. This week is about learning to go with your hunches.
Cancer (June 21—July 22) Your card for the week is the Ace of Swords. This card comes up when you are looking for the courage to resolve the problems going on in your life. Whatever your situation is, your investigative journey is just as important as the discovery, if not more.
Leo (July 23—August 22) Your card for the week is The Hanged Man. You are finding yourself in a standstill. You are waiting for an important event or person in your life that will give you the momentum you need to move forward. However, waiting around for something to happen can be unproductive. Use this time wisely.
Virgo (August 23—September 22) Your card for the week is The Sun. This week, you will feel a renewed sense of energy. Things are going good and the universe seems to be in your favor. Current relationships will blossom and could be the main force of happiness during this week.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Your card for the week is The Lovers, the perfect card for Valentines Day. If you are single, chances are you will meet someone that will excite you sexually and romantically. You know what you want, and now is the time to start looking with those exact specifications in mind.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) Your card for the week is The Star. The Star represents purity and hope. You are making big plans and changes in your life. Your current relationships are especially stronger during this time. The Star brings you hope and promise; it reminds you that you must take a leap of faith before you can get what you desire.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) Your card for the week is the King of Pentacles. Finances and relationships are stabilizing, after some troubling times. Things will work out for you and will bring you the peace and serenity you needed.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Your card for the week is The Empress. This card foretells a time of good fortune and love. You may notice feeling more attractive and that you are getting more attention. It is a time to share your love, your passions, and your ideas.
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) Your card for the week is The Devil. The devil brings temptation and feelings of bondage. This may be your wake up call that certain people are holding you back in your life. You may feel trapped, but it is not too late to examine yourself to find the courage to move forward.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Your card for the week is the 9 of Pentacles. This is an excellent omen, suggesting that finances are improving and relationships will be strengthened. If you are currently looking for love, don’t lose hope.
When Q was little q, he was always looking up at the stars. Intro to Astronomy was too uninteresting, too boring, and quite frankly -- he didn't give a shit about it during college. What he was interested in was what his science peers thought was bullshit. So he said, "Whatever, they don't know" and packed his bags for Richmond to write for GAYRVA.com. He's gay, he's fabulous, but more importantly, he's good at what he does, so enjoy the column and have fun. weekly readings should not replace in-depth personal tarot readings.
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