Your Weekly Tarot Forecast Is Here

Your Weekly Tarot Forecast Is Here
Gather around friends, we’re about to take a look into what this week might possibly bring for you. Every week The Friday Times’ resident astrologer will be pulling one card for each of the three major areas of your life: Self, Love and Career. Here’s what the week of Monday September 12 has in store for you.


Prepare to enter a new phase of your life, reader, because that is what this card signifies. As the final card of the Major Arcana, this card symbolises the ending of a cycle and a pause before the beginning of a new one. Major change is headed your way, and this pause is meant to give you a moment to breathe before you step foot into your new journey. The ending of a cycle also signifies that the hard work has been done, and it is now time to reap the rewards. In general, this card is a harbinger of success and achievement.


The hierophant represents convention, and could signify marriage or a generally more serious commitment between you and your partner. If you're single, expect that to change. You will discover that someone who you have eyes on holds the same values and ideas as you, and a union could soon manifest. It's a very positive card to get if you're seeking a commitment. It also signifies wisdom and learning, so be honest in your communication, and try to understand how your partner really feels instead of jumping to conclusions, as understanding will only strengthen your relationship.


Now now, let's not make any hasty decisions shall we? The hanged man says that you are caught between two tough choices: should you stay or should you go? This card is your sign to let yourself go and surrender to the Universe and its’ plan for you. The more you struggle and resist, the more you tie yourself up. If you’re dissatisfied with your current job, or your business ventures aren’t going how you want them to go, perhaps take this as an opportunity to pause and reassess your perspective in life. Maybe you just need to view things from a different angle that might cause you to stumble onto something even bigger than what you’re chasing?