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    November 2021 Tarotscopes

    OVERARCHING THEME FOR NOVEMBER

    VII * The Chariot

    VII The Chariot
    VII The Chariot

    The Chariot represents multidimensional change and movement. The charioteer sits in meditation and holds the Wheel of Fortune in his hands. His armor is adorned with ten crystals, symbolizing the Qabalistic Tree of Life. This card reminds us that during times of adjustment, one must balance stillness and action. The four animals at the foot of the chariot represent the aspects required for positive change. The head and the feet of the bull is like Taurus, meaning it is important to have physical evidence of change. The head and the feet of the lion represent Leo. If you want to change, you must be creative in ways you may not have been before. The head and the feet of the human depict Aquarius and demonstrate the principle of risk. Lastly, the head and the feet of the bird stand for Scorpio and symbolize that in order to be effective, the change you enact must be meaningful.  Overall, this card is a sign that now is an excellent time to move beyond the past, focus your will, and create the life you desire.

     

    Aries  (Mar 21 – Apr 19)

    Two of Swords * Peace

    Two of Swords
    Two of Swords

    Astrologically, the Two of Swords is Moon in Libra – the opposite sign of Aries. Aries and Libra play well together, and this card is a fortuitous sign, indeed. You have made a choice, whether you are aware of it at the moment or not. Over the course of this month, you will feel deep peace and satisfaction as an inner knowing that you are on the right path wells from within. Let go of your need to control things and trust that everything is working out in your favor this month. 

     

    Taurus (Apr 20 – May 20)

    10 of Disks * Wealth

    The Ten of Disks represents holistic wealth: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. This is your month to use your many healing gifts to attract the wealth you desire, beautiful Taurean. This card is Mercury in Virgo, so make sure to get organized and communicate all the ways you can help and heal people. If you do that, divine prosperity is just a matter of time.

     

    Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

    XXI * The Universe

    XXI The Universe
    XXI The Universe

    You will integrate your different selves into one beautiful whole this month, Gemini. You are coming home to yourself, and through your full embodiment of who you are, you are enacting massive change in the world. You are needed and loved, so it might be a good time to take a trip and share your gifts with new people.

     

    Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

    7 of Swords * Futility

    7 of Swords
    7 of Swords

    Cancer, my love, this card is an invitation to move through self-sabotaging thoughts with grace and self-love. Release any negativity, and really go after what you want with a light and joyous heart. You might try making a list of all of your inner and outer resources and determine how your many attributes will help you achieve what you desire.

     

    Leo (July 23 – Aug 22)

    Ace of Cups

    Ace of Cups
    Ace of Cups

    Beautiful Leo, this card perfectly reflects your trusting and open Leo heart. You have worked hard to heal yourself, and now you are blossoming. This card is an invitation to communicate your feelings to all the water people in your life, so hop on Zoom and show all the Scorpios, Cancers, and Pisces’ in your life some love. Trust that your heart will know just what to say to them.

     

    Virgo (Aug 23 – Sep 22)

    Knight of Swords

    Knight of Swords
    Knight of Swords

    Virgo, the Knight of Swords shows a knight flying in the air over water. Air represents mind, and water represents emotionality. This is a potent combination and demonstrates a mastery of intentional and passionate thinking. Relax into your inner knowing, Virgo. Trust yourself, and allow yourself to use your emotionality for effective change during this Scorpio season.

     

    Libra (Sep 23 – Oct 22)

    Ace of Disks

    Ace of Disks
    Ace of Disks

    Libra, this card represents your ability to bring into reality what you desire both in the external world and in your internal world. The four sets of angel wings symbolize mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical success. You are now ready to manifest success in all areas of your life. Make it happen, Libra!

     

    Scorpio (Oct 23 – Nov 21)

    Princess of Disks

    Princess of Disks
    Princess of Disks

    This is your season, Scorpio! The Princess of Disks is a strong invitation to birth something new into the world. Make sure it is aligned with who you are and where you would like to go this year. Anytime before November 21 is the optimum time to share what you have been gestating with the world.

     

    Sagittarius (Nov 22 – Dec 21)

    Prince of Wands

    Prince of Wands
    Prince of Wands

    All of this watery, emotional energy of Scorpio season is not your jam, fiery Sagittarius. However, your season is soon approaching, so sit tight. The fiery Prince of Wands invites you to freely express yourself (maybe even emotionally!). Spend time in flow channeling inspiration and creativity. Journal, go on a vision walk, meditate.

     

    Capricorn (Dec 22 – Jan 19)

    Ace of Swords

    Ace of Swords
    Ace of Swords

    This is the time to map out the plan to actualize your dreams, Capricorn. The sword is your clarity of vision. It pierces the expanded awareness of the crown. Aquarius Season is on its way and that will be your time to write your magnum opus, compose your symphony, or film your epic, so spend the present moment preparing the necessary ground work. It may take you a full year to bring your vision to light, but it will be well worth the wait.

     

    Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18)

    Princess of Cups

    Princess of Cups
    Princess of Cups

    The Princess of Cups invites you to examine your love relationship, Aquarius. Make sure you are connected to your emotions in a loving and healthy way, as opposed to a clingy, needy way. You are doing the deep work to kick old patterns to the curb and are now ready for deep, holistic love, so go get it!

     

    Pisces (Feb 19 – Mar 20)

    XVII * The Star

    XVII The Star
    XVII The Star

    Ah, Pisces, you beautiful poet of the Zodiac. Could there be a more perfect card for you?  You are in your element this watery season. A deep confidence wells from within as you allow your divine light to shine through your creativity and innovative vision. You radiate, just like a star. This makes you magnetic, especially to people who desire your creativity and confidence. You may find yourself helping others self-actualize this month.

    Cooper Gillespiehttp://gxrlpod.com
    Cooper is a founder of GXRL. She holds a BA in theatre from Smith College and an MFA in creative nonfiction from University of California, Riverside-Palm Desert. She's an Empowerment Coach, a Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Modern Mystic who lives in California's High Desert.
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