Free Tarot Horoscope

Welcome to the Monthly Tarotscope, a combination of Astrology and Tarot/Oracle Cards. Each month I will draw a card for your sign of the Zodiac. That card represents the meditation for the month for that Sun Sign. The Sun Sign represents your Primary Drive in life, how you best manifest your Life Path, and how the light of the Sun energizes you each day. This month I have chosen to use the Crow’s Magick Tarot by Londa Marks.

Tarotscope for Aries

Maverick Active Fire energy fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best independently; you must learn self-discipline to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the 7 of Cups.  The question to answer is, “What motivates your choices?”  The action to consider taking: as you address choices in your life at this time, be sure you make them based on why as much as how.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “wonder” and “chance” to this card, indicating that the development of the emotional state needs to be open to change with optimism.  The sign for Scorpio is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for transformation, desire, and emotional depths. Use this card to meditate on why you make choices the way you do, and do not be afraid to question and change your motivations if necessary.

Tarotscope for Taurus

Persistent Stable Earth energy fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you feel secure; you must learn some degree of adaptability to manifest your best results. Your card this month is The Universe (XXI). The question to answer is, “What is ending and what have I learned?” The action to consider taking: work to transition out of one stage of your life and into another, like leaving an old relationship, place of residence, or job to create space for a new one.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “totality” and “wholeness” to this card, indicating that you have attained a level of completeness in some area of your life, easily understood if you think about graduating from some level of schooling.  The signs for Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn are in the bottom left corner, which are the Earth signs of the Zodiac, representing security, service, and achievement. Use this card to meditate on past and present cycles in your life that have ended and are ending in order to allow you to grow into a new cycle.

Tarotscope for Gemini

Curious Adaptable Air energy fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best doing tasks that stimulate your mind in a variety of ways; you must learn how to focus-on-demand to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the Hermit (IX).  The question to answer is, “What is my personal truth?” The action to consider taking: detach from your everyday life and spend some quality time alone; get away and disconnect for a day, week, or month.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “self” and “internal” to this card, indicating that we all need time to focus solely on ourselves and our personal truth, represented by the flame drawing the moth closer and closer.  The sign for Virgo is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for service, discrimination, and health. Use this card to meditate on what you find to be the Truth and truths that guide you through life.  The Hermit represents a process by which we disconnect, dive deep inside, and then re-emerge to share what we learn in communication and action with the world around us.

Tarotscope for Cancer

Nurturing Active Water fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you care-take yourself and others properly; you must learn “emotional balance” to manifest your best results. Your card this month is The Chariot.  The question to answer is, “What do I want to get done?”  The action to consider taking: assert yourself and let nothing or no one deter you from accomplishing your goals.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “entity” and “channel” to this card, indicating that you need to stand out as an individual and focus your energy towards higher and higher levels of accomplishment.  The sign for Cancer is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for emotional leadership, compassion, and responsibility. Use this card to meditate on what or who needs your drive and persistence to achieve and succeed.  The Chariot card wants you to “climb the mountain within”.

Tarotscope for Leo

Strong-burning Stable Fire fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you are creative; you must learn structure to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the 6 of Swords.  The question to answer is, “What is behind me and ahead of me as I transition from one way of thinking to another way of thinking?” The action to consider taking: keep moving forward towards your next goal, relationship, or life circumstance; time to put the past behind you.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “navigate” and “progress” to this card, indicating that you are in a time of transition that requires you to focus on the transition, not the end goal.  You need to be present while you navigate a current change in your life.  The sign for Aquarius is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for revolution, individuation, and newness. Use this card to meditate on how you will get “from/to”.  When we leave something or someone behind, and before we arrive at the next “thing” or person, we must travel through the 6 of Swords.

Tarotscope for Virgo

Practical Adaptable Earth fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you get all the details in order; you must learn to “see the forest for the trees” to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the 9 of Wands.  The question to answer is, “What am I doing here and how did I get here?” The action to consider taking: stop, pause, and reflect until the fog passes and you are able to see clearly.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “dazed” and “confused” to this card, indicating that a situation or relationship is unclear and unable to move forward at this time.  The sign for Leo is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for leadership, creativity, and play. Use this card to meditate on why you are experiencing and dealing with a situation or relationship that is confusing or has left you “dazed” and in need of some time to recover or “just be”.

Tarotscope for Libra

Analytical Active Air fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when acting logically; you must learn to mix in feelings to manifest your best results. Your card this month is The Hierophant (V).  The question to answer is, “Who teaches me and how do I teach?” The action to consider taking: look for a mentor if you are in need of learning something or be a mentor to someone in need of your knowledge and wisdom.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “sage” and “mentor” to this card, indicating that one of the best ways to transmit and receive knowledge is from or as a teacher.  The sign for Taurus is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for tradition, security, and stability. Use this card to meditate on the knowledge you wish to gain from the study with a wise sage or the knowledge you have accumulated that you can share with others as a valuable mentor.

Tarotscope for Scorpio

Intense Persistent Water energy fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when bringing or experiencing transformation; you must learn “playfulness or lightness of heart” to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the 10 of Coins. The question to answer is, “What do I want as my highest level of material success?” The action to consider taking: define your goals and then make sure you are taking all the actions necessary to achieve them at a high level, which will bring you great reward.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “treasure” and “discovery” to this card, indicating that we all put in effort to gain and grow throughout our lives, punctuated by moments of measurable success and reward.  The sign for Virgo is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for service, discrimination, and health. Use this card to meditate on what you consider the best measure of success and how you “measure up”.

Tarotscope for Sagittarius

Expansive Adaptable Fire fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best exploring openly and trying new experiences; you must learn to map and record your knowledge to manifest your best results. Your card this month is The Empress (III). The question to answer is, “What do I need to create and cultivate in my life at this time?”  The action to consider taking: think about what you want to get done and then look around you, see who can help you or who needs help, and connect with them to get things done.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “conception” and “intuition” to this card, indicating that the energy of the feminine divine is the source of creation.  The sign for Taurus is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for tradition, security, and stability. Use this card to meditate on what you need to create and how you need to trust your intuition as a guide to the fulfillment of your creative energy.

Tarotscope for Capricorn

Ambitious Active Earth fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you are setting and achieving goals; you must learn compassion to manifest your best results. Your card this month is The Tower (XVI).  The question to answer is, “What is blowing up around me or what do I need to radically change!?” The action to consider taking: if something blew up around you, then try to get your bearings by disengaging (if you can).  If you need to radically change something, then it is best to just “rip the band-aid off” and get it done!

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “draconian” and “forceful” to this card, indicating that one of our life lessons is having to deal with what is forced on us, and sometimes we are the ones forcing a situation.  The sign for Aries is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for impulsiveness, maverick action, and independence. Use this card to meditate on the actions that happen unexpectedly that force you to react and take you out of the normal flow of your life rather quickly and dramatically.

Tarotscope for Aquarius

Unconventional Stable Air fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best when you are authentic and unrepentant; you must learn quiet fortitude to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the 4 of Swords. The question to answer is, “What do I need to do to rest and restore myself?” The action to consider taking: a vacation!

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “restore” and “rejuvenate” to this card, indicating that we all need periods of rest and relaxation; this is one of those times.  The sign for Libra is in the bottom left corner, which is the Zodiac symbol for harmony, decision making, and balance. Use this card to meditate on the places, people, and activities (or non-activities) that help relax and restore you.  Where do you go when you need to get away from it all, because this card is telling you to “get away from it all”.

Tarotscope for Pisces

Imaginative Adaptable Water fuels your Primary Drive. Your Life Path energy operates best connecting with others emotionally; you must learn toughness to manifest your best results. Your card this month is the Page of Wands.  The question to answer is, “What am I excited about?”  The action to consider taking: look for an adventure, try something new, and find what inspires you.

The creator of the deck assigned the keywords “secret” and “enigma” to this card, indicating that we all enjoy unravelling a mystery.  The signs for Leo, Sagittarius, and Aries are the fire signs and they are in the bottom left corner, representing creativity, adventure, and independence. Use this card to meditate on the actions you need to take or embrace to pursue a mystery, new experience, or new relationship.  What secrets do you need to unlock and what puzzles do you need to solve?

By Philip Young, PhD

Philip Young, PhD, is a spiritual adviser located in Cary, North Carolina. He provides spiritual guidance using different tools: astrology, tarot/oracle cards, numerology, and past life regression (using muscle testing).
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