Weekly tarot card reading horoscope, August 2, 2021

You don’t need to know the difference between a three-card and a Celtic cross to get the most out of a tarot card reading. All you need: your sun sign! Here’s what I do: shuffle my tarot deck and take out the cards in order from Aries to Pisces, plus a general card for everyone so you can get specific advice on your personality. Let’s go!


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The Queen of Swords is a badass and she’s rushing to share her energy with us this week. It’s time to move forward and on slo projects for which you alone are responsible. It’s a week to put your agenda first. Be ruthless, dynamic, direct and strong. Go out into the world to stand out!


the Two Cups tarot card, showing a woman in white robes and a man in yellow page attire facing each other, holding goblets, with a winged lion above them

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Cupid is looking for you, Aries! The Two of Cups shows that your love life is on fire this week, whether you’re single or not. Your object of affection only has eyes for you, so make sure you’re invested and attentive. Regardless of where you are in your relationship, things can definitely go to the ~next level~ right now.


the hermit tarot card, showing an old man with a beard and a gray robe holding a wooden staff and a lantern

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The Hermit is a taskmaster card, signaling that you should shut out outside distractions and focus on something in solitude. It could be a job, a home improvement project, a plan you’ve postponed, a document that calls your name… whatever it is, it’s overdue. Do it this week.


the ten of coins tarot card, showing two young people talking, while a bearded old man and two white dogs sit in front of them ten coins with pentacles on them are scattered across the scene

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“Happily Ever After” isn’t really your goal, Gem, because you like to move from place to place and idea to idea, and you know you can be happy wherever you are. . The Ten of Coins, however, shows that you are in a different mood this week. You are ready to think about your long-term future. Maybe you’re considering accepting a job offer, committing to someone, making an investment, or buying a house. Whatever gives you ~roots~, this is the week to initiate.


The King of Wands tarot card, showing a man in a robe, cape and crown seated on a throne, holding a wooden staff

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Adventure time, Cancer! Put on your boots and hat and head out into the world to seek fortune, find love, or save a cat, or whatever you want to do, as long as it’s grown up! The King of Wands gives you the courage and enthusiasm to do something exciting and new. Make a bold plan and go. It’s going to be ah-mazing.


the Ten of Cups tarot card, showing ten golden cups over a rainbow in the sky, with two adults and two children celebrating below

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You make a ~love nest~ just for two, and she’s a rare person who can stand up to a Leo in full romance mode. The ten of cups is one luurrrrve card, and it reveals that you have plans for someone special. Whatever stage that connection is at (whether it’s just flirting or the love of your life), this is the week to turn up the heat and show them how you feel. You are frankly irresistible at present.


tarot card justice, showing a person wearing a robe and crown, holding a sword, seated on a throne

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You knew it, you knew you were right, and you were, Virgo. Is there anything more satisfying to the heart and soul of Virgo than being tested right after others have doubted you? Maybe not. So enjoy this victory. Justice shows that you will be vindicated of something important to you this week. Karma shifts the scales, and it’s in your favor. Don’t say “I told you so”. Play fair.


the tarot card the page of swords, showing a youth in a tunic and tights standing on top of a hill, holding a sword

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If ever a card represented Libra, it’s the Page of Swords. Specifically, your infamous indecisiveness and procrastination. You can blow hot and cold, turn it on and off, and change your mind even after spending ages inventing it. And this week, you have to catch yourself adopting these habits and hitting “STOP.” Make your choice, do it with confidence, and move on with no questions asked.


the lovers tarot card, showing a naked man and woman standing near trees, with an angel above them

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Emotions are running high in your world, and this is the result of tension in a relationship, perhaps a romantic one. The Lovers shows you have strong feelings for each other, but there’s more to life than that, and other things get in the way. Circumstances put a strain on your loyalty, affection, and commitment. It’s a test, so wait and see what happens. What must happen will happen.


the tarot card for the star, showing a nude white woman with blonde hair kneeling in front of a pond, pouring two jugs of water onto the ground, with a giant star in the sky behind her

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Have an inspiring dream, Sag, as the star brings optimism, magic and good luck this week. The higher you aim, the better the outcome, so follow your hopes, not your fears. Dust off a daydream and think about how you can take a step towards manifesting it IRL this week. The cosmos will see your game and bring you luck and opportunity to help you progress.


the Eight of Swords tarot card, showing a person in a long robe, bound and blindfolded, surrounded by eight swords

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Learning to recognize how you are embarrassing yourself can be difficult. This week you will notice something you think, say, or do that is self-limiting, and it will be an epiphany for you. The Eight of Swords shows a mental trap you have fallen into, one you can also get out of. You control your thoughts, Cap. Replace negative self-talk with more encouraging and optimistic language, and you’re on the right track.


the tower tarot card, showing a tower struck by lightning with people falling from it

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Something you’ve been involved with for a long time, but which has felt increasingly wrong, fading, or negative, will begin to unravel this week. The Tower shows the collapse of a structure in your life. He’s not doing what he should be doing. So let it all go. Let it crumble. You can rebuild on a stronger foundation with all of that out of the way. Do not worry. It will be fine in the end.


the tarot card The Hierophant, showing a person in a red robe and a golden crown seated on a throne, with two people kneeling in front of them

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You want to join something that uplifts you, inspires you, and makes you feel part of a worthwhile cause. Humans are social animals: we like to belong (in fact, we need to). The Hierophant asks you to identify a group in your world to which you think you would like to contribute, and to research how you would go about joining it this week. Be part of something bigger, something that makes your corner of the world a better place.

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