Saturday, March 25, 2023

Issue 11 In the Stars

By Kiyanna Noel


Capricorn: The Four of Worlds card represents a fresh start. No time like the present to go after what you’ve been fantasizing about.


Aquarius: The Child of Wands card represents seeking information and wanting to gain more knowledge. Let this fuel your drive and allow you to broaden your horizons.


Pisces: The Nine of Worlds Harvest card in reverse represents being stagnant or stuck in bad habits. Dreams don’t work unless you do, so don’t let fear hold you back.


Aries: The Chariot card in reverse represents losing control in your actions and emotions. If you keep this up you’ll crash and burn. Find a balance and get focused.


Taurus: The Sage of Wands card represents being wise beyond your years. Use this wisdom and share your knowledge with others to make a positive impact on the world. 


Gemini: The Two of Cups card represents managing your emotions in a healthy way. Regardless of your situation, remain level headed, think logically and feel logically as well. 


Cancer: The Ace of Crystals card represents realization and understanding. You may finally understand something you were struggling with before. 


Leo: The Hermit card represents being focused on your goals. Try to keep this mindset while also giving yourself a break. 


Virgo: The Man of Worlds card represents hard work paying off and setting goals in motion. Try to plan ahead to work cohesively on achieving your goals. 


Libra: The Ace of Cups card represents being high off life and happy. Bask in this joyous feeling and enjoy the fruits of your labor. 


Scorpio: The Six of Wands card in reverse represents not trusting yourself and leading into a spiral. Work at preventing this by believing in yourself and trusting in your abilities.


Sagittarius: The Man of Cups card represents danger and having adrenaline pumping experiences. Remember, there’s safe thrills and unsafe thrills.


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