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Daily Tarot Reading for 5-10-2018


The Tarot card of the day is the Seven of Swords. Things may not be what they seem, especially when it comes to what people ae saying. So pay attention if your gut feeling tells you that someone is not telling you the truth. You don’t have to call them on it: Observe first. More likely than not, something will happen that will let you know whether you were right or wrong

By the same token, don’t try to lie your way out of a situation. Somehow, you will get caught.

Have a good one.

Daily Tarot Reading for 3-27-2018


The Tarot card for the day is the Seven of Swords. I believe Benjamin Franklin once said, “Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see.” On most days I  wouldn’t recommend being so cynical. But today, maybe that’s the way to go. Verify what people say, and if you can’t verify it, take a wait-and-see attitude. And definitely don’t take anything too personally. The Seven of Swords shows that there may be lots of miscommunication today, both intentional and unintentional. This is in keeping with what’s going on astrologically with Mercury in retrograde, which generally means that there could be roadblocks to communication. In fact, everyone will probably experience at least one memorable instance of miscommunication between now and when the retrograde is over on April 15. Being aware of such influences may help you get through this period a little easier.

Have a great day.

Daily Tarot Reading for 8-1-2017


Today’s card is the Seven of Swords. Use a bit of caution in your conversations with people. You don’t have to look at everyone with a suspicious eye, but keep in the back of your mind that they may be telling you only part of the story.

There could be idle talk and gossip circulating today , or someone could be trying to pry into your business. Also, make sure you cover yourself so that if you are falsely accused of something, you have the proof to defend yourself.

By the same token, don’t try to get away with anything underhanded. You are likely to get caught in  a lie. Like the old adage says, if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

Bottom line: Take everything you hear today with a grain of salt. You will be better able to get to the truth of it some other day.