Here are your cards for the week of July 14th – 20th.
Expect messages to arrive at the beginning of this week. The information you receive may be difficult to assimilate, possibly due to it’s source; correspondence might well be brash and not thought-out properly, making it tough for you to digest. Gossip, bogus emails, and problematic snail-mail might play a part of your week as it opens.
The Page of Swords is a seeker of the truth and one of the tarot’s four messengers. However, he is also one of the youngest members of the court, so sometimes, his delivery of the news might be a little on the clumsy side. On other occasions, he may simply have interpreted the facts incorrectly. If you suspect that something you have heard might not be correct or has even been brought about to deceive you, then go in search of the truth in a situation yourself. Do not rely on others. A little homework might well pay off on Monday or Tuesday. Not everything you hear may be gift-wrapped with good intention, so don’t take anything you are told for granted.
Things start to move quickly as the days progress and you may even wonder where the middle of your week has gone. Expect a flurry of activity, since you might very well end up surrounded by individuals who share your own passion and drive for an interest or pastime.
The Knight of Wands brings about movement, day-trips, passion, and excitement. However, this tarot-character is not the most committed, so don’t expect much more than simple thrills from those around you and be wary about committing to anything which you know you’ll not be able to fulfill. If you have the opportunity for a fun day out or the company of someone dynamic and exciting, accept it with open-arms, as long as you realise that these kind of pleasures are fleeting and you’ll probably return to the real world with a thump by Monday.
What needs to be put to bed this week and shouldn’t be held off for another day, regardless of how much you are resisting doing so? Has a relationship in your life passed its sell-by-date?
With every ending there is a new beginning in store. Clearing out worn relationships and clutter is not the easiest thing to do and many of us put it off. However, the Lady of Death will be poking you with her bony finger throughout Saturday and Sunday; with an encouraging smile, she reminds you that if you wish to welcome the new into your life, you must be prepared to wave goodbye to the old.
Do these cards resonate with you? Might they help you with a problem you’ve been mulling over and have not known how to fix? Yes? Why not share your experience by leaving a comment below?
© Steven Bright Tiferet Tarot 2014
Illustrations by Steven Bright