Saturday, March 25, 2023

Issue 3 In the stars

By Kiyanna Noel

Capricorn: The Child of Cups card represents being open to all emotions. Don’t tame your emotions and allow yourself to feel freely.

Aquarius: The Man of Wands card represents wearing a mask to protect yourself from harm. Stop performing for others and free yourself from the wall you’ve built. 

Pisces: The Five of Cups card represents feeling disappointed. Accept things as they are and let go of resentment. 

Aries: The Moon card represents transitioning into a new phase. Remember things are in your control, so do things intentionally.

Taurus: The Ace of Crystals card represents seeing a silver lining. Now that you’ve been enlightened, don’t ignore the facts. 

Gemini: The Sage of Wands card represents enlightening others with your knowledge. Your wisdom deserves to be shared even if some people won’t listen.

Cancer: The Ten of Wands card represents internal growth and expanding personal knowledge. It’s time to branch out and challenge yourself. 

Leo: The Sage of Crystals card represents knowing different perspectives. Be open to giving advice when others ask you. 

Virgo: The Seven of Worlds card represents  having the willpower to break out of stagnancy. Continue to persevere and motivate yourself. 

Libra:  The Nine of Crystals card represents being narrow-minded. It’s good to stay focused, but there’s nothing wrong  with a distraction occasionally.

Scorpio: The Two of Wands card represents staying true to yourself. Continue to be your authentic self and see things as they are. 

Sagittarius: The Eight of Wands card represents bringing and keeping things together. It’s hard to be the person to resolve all problems, try not to get overwhelmed.

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