Cosmic Q: January 21– 28, 2013
Aries (March 21—April 19) Aries, your card for the week is the 7 of Cups. There’s an indication that you are being sidetracked on your current journey. Illusions have their ways of tricking you into believing in something that isn’t really there.
Taurus (April 20—May 20) The Queen of Wands is one of the more creative cards in the tarot. She is an inspirational leader who can influence others through her determination and spirit. She reminds us to look on the positive sides of situations. You can accomplish whatever you set your mind to!
Gemini (May 21—June 20) Your card is the Ace of Pentacles, a card about new beginnings. You are likely to notice that things are moving along quite nicely. This is a great time to acknowledge the positive changes in life and be optimistic!
Cancer (June 21—July 22) There is secrecy and deception in store for you this week. The 7 of Swords suggest a time where you may be tempted to look for an easy way out. Think about your actions and how it is going to affect you.
Leo (July 23—August 22) Your card for the week is the Three of Pentacles. This card symbolizes teamwork and cooperation. You can achieve more than what is expected when you work well with others.
Virgo (August 23—September 22) The 2 of Swords suggests that you are avoiding looking at the facts or denying your true feelings. Open your eyes to see what’s going on around you – you may be surprised.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Your card for the week is the Queen of Cups. The Queen of Cups is intuitive and understanding. She is kind and sensitive to the feelings of those around her. Embrace your boyfriend, girlfriend, or significant other and dispel any negative energy away.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) The 8 of Swords is an interesting card because it shows a woman tied up and blindfolded. She seems to be trapped amongst swords, but with a closer look, we notice that she could walk away from these swords at any moment. This card reminds us that we are in charged of our lives; we just have to be brave.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) Your card for the week is the 2 of Cups, which is a card about bonding and partnership. No need to go on Grindr, you may have already noticed an attraction with someone in your life. Embrace it and make that connection. If you are already paired, it is time to celebrate the partnership.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Your card for the week is the Chariot. The chariot symbolizes power and glory. This card delivers good news for you, as it will fill you with the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Triumph is near, but not without effort so hold onto the chariot, and prepare for battle!
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) The King of Cups sits on his throne with a stormy sea in the background. He represents calmness in a chaotic universe. This is a card about controlling your emotions. This week you may find yourself worked up emotionally, but don’t let the negativity get you down.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Say hello to the Knight of Wands! This is a daring card about making bold moves. Creativity is on the horizon. There may be a man in your near future who will represent the fierce qualities of the Knight of Wands. Expect seduction.
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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