Shuffling the Cards, Your Weekly Influences for August 13

Your Influences for the Week of August 13


Tarot Influence

Three of Cups

Good luck and success are possible. Pleasure is likely.











Astrological Influence


Pisces brings intelligence and perception to the forefront. This may be a time to rely more on serendipity than cold, hard facts.











Element Influence


Water is the card of hidden truths and emotions. It also calms and soothes and is basic to life. The Water card may denote a period of discovery, fulfillment through learning and the unraveling of mysteries.


Your Past Lives Tarot Card for August 13 is The Lovers

Your Past Lives Tarot Card for Today

The Lovers










The ancient Greek rulers were noted philosophers who believed that health and knowledge were the cornerstones to both spiritual and personal success. At this time, you probably have a Greek ancient ruler past incarnation advising you. This inner ruler should be leading you toward a personal merging of your mind, your spirit, and your material wealth. If so, your inner Greek will direct you to a more balance life, which should eventually make you into a fair and wise leader.


Your Daily Love Tarot Card for August 13 is The Pope

Your Daily Love Tarot Card for Today

The Pope









The word “experience” reminds us that some things, even involvement in faulty love, improve us through the practice. This card invites you to new, truthful relationships because you have been there and done that with deceptive people who dare to lie, even to the Pope. You are one step closer to the love you desire and deserve. Two people’s duet or symphony reaches a higher octave if in a relationship.

Tarot Card of the Day for August 13 is The Ace of Cups

Tarot Card of the Day

August 13th, 2018











The suit in Tarot known as Cups is also referred to as Chalices or Hearts. It represents the emotional and psychic aspects of life — fantasy, imagination, feelings, love.

An Ace of this suit in this position generally shows a hand holding up an overflowing cup, which gives forth an endless stream of water, wine, blood or soma for the people’s refreshment and healing.

This card represents an unfailing source of balm for body, heart and soul. It suggests that you can relax into a safety net of love, support and communion. is Part of the Daily Insight Group © 2018


This Week’s Tarot Card Reading: Nine of Wands Reversed

This Week’s Tarot Card Reading: Nine of Wands Reversed

Your weekly Tarot card advice for August 13-19, 2018

Feeling burned out this week? The overly emotional reversed Emperor, our theme card this month, expends a lot of energy, often taking the hard way toward reaching a goal, waylaid by emotional upsets and unnecessary conflicts. If you are feeling exhausted this week, don’t give up on your goals! Try to regain a sense of the bigger picture. The reversed Nine of Wands indicates you are very close to reaching your goal. Try to see the difference between the reality of your situation and feelings that are colored by stress.

Take a break, even just for a few minutes, to breathe and regain some perspective. Examine what is left to do and make a plan for completion. It’s OK if this plan is different from what you originally expected; life is unpredictable in many respects, and circumstances change. A strong leader is flexible, able to adapt when encountering the unexpected. A strong leader understands that setbacks are a way to learn even more about what will eventually work, thus strengthening the final result. This week you must find the courage to persevere. is Part of the Daily Insight Group ©2018

Your Egyptian Tarot Card for August 9th is The Lovers

Egyptian Tarot Card of the Day

The Lovers

August 9, 2018










The Lovers

The Lovers card symbolizes the beginning of humanity. We would not be here if in the beginning there were no Lovers, but the Earth still would, it exists with or without us. The Lovers can also represent cardinal desires, but that relates more to instinct then a higher love. Not to say the two can’t go together, but they can also each survive without the other. Today, think of ways you can bring things together to make something better.

Your Daily Love Tarot Card for August 9th is The Hanged Man

Daily Love Tarot

The Hanged Man

August 9, 2018










The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man says you can look forward to tomorrow with excitement. If single, a healthy and growing relationship energizes you physically, mentally, and emotionally. The card selected you today to let you know that you can find a true soul mate because you have the capacity for divine love that makes a lasting union. The Hanged Man heals hearts if a relationship has gone through a rough patch. You can transcend previous limitations today

Your Daily Tarot Card of the Day for Aug. 10th is Five of Swords

Tarot Card of the Day

Five of Swords

August 10, 2018











 Traditionally, the Five of this suit references the grim and sobering process of cleaning up the battlefield after a conflict. The war as a whole has not been won or lost yet, but in this skirmish there were grievous casualties. This card admonishes the loser to study carefully what went wrong, so that a new strategy can be devised and more setbacks forestalled. There is a need to regroup and rethink the game plan, discover your blind spots and weak links, and take corrective measures before getting back into the field for another round.

In these modern times, when the battle is more often being waged with words, laws and contracts instead of weapons, we have even more reason to examine our approach, our style, strengths and weaknesses. If we have underdeveloped communication skills or lose our objectivity in tense moments, our ability to reach our goals and dreams will decline. But, if we avoid letting ourselves be haunted by the misfortunes and detours that inevitably befall us, we will go on to achieve those goals. Do not obsess. Try to learn something. is Part of the Daily Insight Group © 2018

Tarot Card of the Day for August 9 is Seven of Swords:

Tarot Card of the Day

Seven of Swords:

August 9, 2018











The Seven of this suit typically refers to mental preparedness, acquired through the use of imagination, including the rehearsing and visualizing of desired results. This card represents the positive mental habits of a natural winner. The image most often associated with this card is that of a canny warrior who has infiltrated into the enemy camp on the eve of a fateful battle, checking out their preparations and stealing their swords. Such a move is guaranteed to demoralize the enemy and undermine their performance in the upcoming confrontation.

Putting it in modern terms, one who draws this card needs to work smarter, not harder. Think long and deep, study all the angles and put yourself in the shoes of your competition. As a result, you will have such a thorough grasp of the whole situation that there will be no surprises — and no excuses for anything but success. Skillful preparation justifies the optimism of the natural winner. is Part of the Daily Insight Group © 2018

Your Daily Love Tarot Card for August 8th is Three of Wands

Your Daily Love Tarot Card of the Day

Three of Wands

This suit, most often called “Wands” and sometimes called “Rods” or “Staves,” represents initiative, ambition, drive and desire. This is the suit of enterprise and risk-taking.

A Three in this suit symbolizes an inner balance that allows you to feel more optimistic about new endeavors you are committed to, or want to commit to. In the illustrated Tarots, the human character is standing on his balcony, watching ships leave the harbor, loaded with his goods for far-off ports, dreaming of the fortune he will reap if all goes well. Summon the optimism within you.

This energy must be patient and trusting, because he or she will have to wait some time to find out how the ships have fared. Meanwhile, a lot of resources are tied up until they return with the bounty. Only those truly confident in their ideas and abilities would undertake such a risk. This card represents the energy a person needs to take on great adventures and accomplish noble (and remunerative) deeds.

A detail that sometimes appears in the more esoteric Tarots is a winged wand with two snakes twining around it, called the Caduceus, which is Mercury’s wand. This is an ancient symbol of the healer or shaman, one who can travel between the worlds to rescue souls from death or possession. Perhaps the feeling of empowerment this card represents points to the internal mechanisms of self-healing. Perhaps it refers to the courage it takes to be an entrepreneur or an inventor, which is in itself a magical process — bringing not only opportunity for success, but also an awakening to higher potentials. is Part of the Daily Insight Group ©2018