Your Tarotscope For The Week of August 5 – August 11, 2018 Revealed

A lot has gone down this summer. We had two eclipses, mercury went into retrograde on July 26 and we’re still feeling it, and the full moon on July 27 was the longest eclipse of the century—pretty intense to say the least. But from the looks of it, August is going to be another heightened month with one more eclipse coming up on August 11th—the last one of the season. You’re probably very familiar with horoscopes, which are guided by astrology in accordance with the stars and planetary alignment. Certain placements mean certain things and an astrologer would understand the definition of each placement in order to give you your horoscope/guidance. But tarotscopes take the traditional categories from a horoscope, such as your birthday or sun sign. However, instead of reading planetary movement, your message is received through the tarot reading. 

This week’s theme of the week is 3 of pentacles. It’s all about giving and taking—team work! You can’t do it alone, as much as we all want to be independent and strong, sometimes there is strength in numbers. No matter what is happening in your life, take time to recognize the people who add to your life—not subtract. Focus on those who are truly there for you and have been there through thick and thin. They will be the ones you need to surround yourself with. Let all others fall by the wayside—they will anyway—but it may be harder later. It takes a village to create something extraordinary, so never be embarrassed that you can’t do it alone. This week is about crew love!

Read on to get the most of this week!



Your card: Ace of Swords

Forge ahead with fortitude, Leo. To move forward and succeed you will need to do so with valor, honor and integrity. There may be someone who tries to throw you off track, but you know who you are and what you want. Do not let yourself be distracted by those who try to bring you down.




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