In case you've landed here directly without knowing what the heck is going on, read the instructions below.
If you're a pro at this, then pick your card(s) and scroll down for the reveal and card meanings.
Weekly Pick-a-Card Instructions: You will first see an image with the backs of the cards at the top of the page as well as what deck I'm using. Close your eyes (obviously don't be driving while you do this), take a deep breath and focus on a situation in your life that you would like some insight into. If you don't have anything specific in mind, you can simply say (or think to yourself): "What do I need to see right now that I am not currently seeing?"
Then open your eyes and look at the image of the backs of the cards and choose either one, two, or all three cards - whatever calls to you. Once you've done that, scroll down that page to see the reveal and the card meanings.
All interpretations are going to include some or all of the deck's card meanings from the book that came with it. This is done because I will have no way of knowing what question you've asked and I have found that a straight meaning from the deck's book is the most accurate in those cases. I also use many different Oracle decks in addition to Tarot and in those cases it only makes sense to use the meanings that come with the deck.
Card One (Left):
New Moon in Libra
“A new romantic cycle begins.”
“Libra is the sign of love and harmony, negotiation and relationships; it is harmonious, kind and luxurious and always aiming for balance. So when we have the New Moon in Libra, or at any time you draw this card, there's a restart possible for anything and everything connected to partnerships, negotiations, appearances and justice. Remember that Libra is depicted by a set of scales - this energy wants to bring things back to equilibrium.”
Card Two (Middle):
Void of Course Moon
“Nothing will come of this situation.”
“In a form of astrology known as horary, where an astrological chart is cast according to when the question is asked and decoded, a Void of Course Moon means ‘Nothing will come of this matter’ or ‘This situation will bear no fruit’. This may or may not be good news, depending on what you are asking. For example, if you were worried about something, whatever it was, this card can be taken as a sign that there is nothing to worry about. However, if you’re asking about the new project of any kind, including a new relationship, it’s a sign to adjust to your expectations or change things so you get a different outcome. Remember, the cards can only predict what you are currently creating, and you can change that with both your behavior and beliefs.”
Card Three (Right):
“Don’t let your past hold you back.”
“The South Node is where the Moon crosses the ecliptic going south. On the horoscope chart it shows us that we are likely to become obsessed with, but which will probably do us little or no good. The South Node is the karmic astrological point that reminds us of the well-known phrase, 'If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always got!”
Did any of these cards hit home for you? Were they a complete miss? Do you have any questions about the reading? Let me know below how the Weekly Pick a Card helped (or didn't help) you in your situation!
This website and its entire contents are not meant to be used as a substitute for professional medical, financial, or legal advice. If you have a medical, financial, or legal problem, please seek out the appropriate professional to help you.
Links to products on Amazon and other sites may allow me to earn a small commission on purchases that you make after clicking on them. This in no way changes the price of the products that you buy, but it is a great way to throw a bit of change into my tip jar so to speak. Much gratitude to you, and Blessed Be!