Cosmic Q: Part 2
December 10 – December 16 2012
Check out the first half of this week’s tarot readings here.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Libra, ruled by the beauty-admiring Venus, is a true romantic. Your card for the week is Strength. When this tarot card is in your position, you are in the mist of being in control of your world. This week is about getting to know yourself and having the strength to appreciate who you are.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) Your card for the week is the Ace of Cups. You already know how intense you can be. This week, it’s about to get a hell of a lot more intense. The Ace of Cups indicates that you are pursuing a new love. Nevertheless, it is a week of new and often very strong emotions.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) Judgment is your card for the week. This card means what it is called. Sure, you’re used to being judged and judging others for judging you, but be prepared for a lot more judgment this week.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Capricorn, your card for the week is the Six of Cups. What might this mean, you ask? The Six of Cups symbolizes nostalgia. Are you missing someone? As a Capricorn, you are earthy and patient, but can be depressive sometimes. A bit of advice for the week – remember, “it is have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.”
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) Your card for the week is the Ace of Wands. This is an excellent card because it means you are gaining new confidence this week. This card represents creativity. It is a card of listening to the universe and being reminded of the limitless possibilities surrounding you.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Pisces, get out of your head! Your card for the week is the 9 of Swords. Is something bothering you and keeping you up at night? This card suggests that there are deep issues that you are dealing with. No matter the amount of stress you are currently feeling, worrying will not solve any problems.
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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