Tarot Reading

Tuesday Interactive Tarot Reading – Feb 9th 2021

Choose Your Tarot Card

Here is your interactive tarot reading for today. Look at the image above and relax, focus on the first card that draws you in and that card will connect with your personal energy.

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Once you have picked your card, you can scroll down to see it revealed then read the information for today that carries your journey with it.

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Tarot Card Draw #1: Queen of Swords

In a daily tarot draw or full spread, the Queen of Swords represents being intelligent, quick-witted, witty, honest, truthful and candid. This card signifies being realistic, discerning or skeptical. This card may turn up to encourage you to be more open-minded to some healthy, constructive criticism. The person from whom it comes has good intentions and is only trying to help you succeed or improve your situation in some way. It can also represent open-mindedness and self-reliance. However, this card can also indicate that you may be suppressing some pain or sadness from past events. These must be faced head-on and dealt with so you can move forward and progress. As a person, the Queen of Swords represents a mature female or feminine person who is chatty, quirky, forthright and supportive. She may be older woman in your life who will step in when you are vulnerable and protect you or help you to overcome a problem. She is a woman who may have known loss or suffering herself and has gained much inner strength and wisdom from her experiences. She is someone who will always defend those who cannot defend themselves. She has strong empathy and is a great person to have in your corner if you are vulnerable as she will defend you. However, she will not suffer fools gladly and if you are in the wrong, you can expect her to call you out on it without mincing her words. She can have quite a sharp tongue on her at times. She is strong, quick-witted, principled, fair, funny, sophisticated, independent and capable and will not be clingy or needy.

Tarot Card Draw #2: Ace of Pentacles

If the Ace of Pentacles turns up in your daily draw, know that something good is coming your way. This card frequently heralds fresh new beginnings and quite often financial prosperity. Any time this card turns up for you, be it in a tarot spread or daily draw, you can look forward with excitement and anticipation. Look toward the future with optimism knowing that soon you will have something to celebrate, even in a small way. You will feel positive, excited and inspired. Your energy will be at an all-time high as you look forward with eager anticipation. When the Ace of Pentacles turns up in your daily tarot draw, it may be encouraging you to work toward bringing your hopes and dreams to fruition. This card often heralds wonderful new beginnings and prosperity. Visualize and manifest the life situations you most desire, especially if they are financial or material in nature such as the purchase of a new home, vehicle or some other major purchase. The Ace of Pentacles indicates abundance, not just financial, as well as security and stability. Lastly, the Ace of Pentacles may turn up to help you realize your full potential or motivate you to take on any challenge that may come your way. This card says you had it in you the whole time.

Tarot Card Draw #3: Ten of Cups, reversed

The most basic, bottom line meaning of the Ten of Cups coming up reversed in a daily tarot draw is trouble within a family. This card indicates that the love, contentment and harmony once present within your family has been replaced with conflict, arguments, strain and an overall feeling of discontentment. It speaks of a breakdown of communication within a family, general or specific problems with select relatives, a sense of being neglected or left out in the cold to fend for yourself or even abuse of any kind such as mental, emotional or physical. The Ten of Cups reversed can generally refer to an unhappy home life, broken home or dysfunctional family situation. It can be indicative that familial connections or bonds are not quite as good as they may appear on the surface. Looks can be deceiving as can some relatives. This card often speaks of family secrets, problems, less than harmonious conditions in the family. Someone may be trying to keep up appearances. The reversed Ten of Cups may also turn up speaking of a feeling of being homesick or a feeling of isolation and not getting proper or sufficient support from those closest to you. This card may also be speaking of a foster family, blended family or some other nontraditional familial situation as well as issues of infertility or a miscarriage or stillbirth.

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