Cosmic Q: Weekly Reading for 2/5
Aries (March 21—April 19) Your tarot card for the week is The Queen of Swords. If you find unable to trust others because you have been hurt and betrayed in the past, then you may be called to meet the challenge of your strength. Learn to trust again this week.
Taurus (April 20—May 20) Your card for the week is the Ace of Swords. Your future is about to move forward in many exciting ways. Broaden your horizons this week. Do something you wouldn’t normally do and you might surprise yourself.
Gemini (May 21—June 20) Your card for the week is Justice. Take some time to reflect on the choices you have made in the past. You cannot turn back time, but you can address the issues of the past to make some headway towards a better future.
Cancer (June 21—July 22) There is an unusual turn of events that will be fortunate for you. The Wheel of Fortune predicts that you will finally take the lead in the direction of your own life.
Leo (July 23—August 22) Your card for the week is the King of Swords. He has fought many personal battles that have left him feeling empty. If you find yourself associating with the King of Swords, remember that you are brave and that the challenges that you have faced will well prepare you for the future.
Virgo (August 23—September 22) Your card for the week is the Nine of Wands. This card asks you to be patient and persevere through these tough times. The harvest you will reap after this period of trial will be profitable.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Your card for the week is the Page of Pentacles. You are about to hear some good news within this month regarding a new job, improvement in finances, or recognition at work/school.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) Your card for the week is The High Priestess. This is a powerful card that acknowledges your interests in esoteric knowledge. There are valuable lessons to be learned in this time and you will find it having an enormous impact on your life.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) Your card for the week is The Emperor. This card may represent you or an influential male in your life. He is someone who brings balance and order to his business, and should focus more on family time.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Your card for the week is Temperance. This card asks us to approach life like a child would, with wonder at the newness of things. You may feel a stronger desire to get in touch with nature this week.
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) Your card for the week is Ten of Swords. It is time to recuperate after a period of sickness. You may have just gotten the flu or an emotional argument. It takes time to heal wounds, both physical and emotional.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Your card for the week is Death. Do not be afraid of the end, because it really just means a fresh start. There will be nothing of the old left, so you will fully able to establish a true renewal. Major events will unfold around you within the month that will change the direction of your life.
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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