Using the Tarot and Astrology together, you can make a prediction for any day of the year.
The Major Arcana Tarot Card below, represents a thirty day period, (the lunar cycle of the moon is 29.5 days) and coincides with the changing of the zodiac signs.
Whilst the three Minor Arcana Tarot Cards below each represent a ten day period of the 30 day cycle.
The Major Arcana Tarot Card for Jan 20 - Feb 18 is The Star.
The lesson of the Star is that the universe is a place of wonder and magic, beyond our understanding, where dreams can be realized and wishes fulfilled in amazing and unpredictable ways... by Michael Gerald Sheehan.
The universe shines it light on you through the Star card, bringing forth peace, tranquility, and most of all hope.
It indicates you are on the right path, you are making the right decisions, and you must trust in yourself as you already have the answers that you seek.
It is a card of optimism, which can represent hope and improvement of health after a period of illness.
Fulfilment of wishes, an extremely positive period of time, also unexpected gifts.
Strong spiritual forces surround you.
The Five of Swords - First decanate of Saturn (Uranus) - Jan 20 - Jan 29 ruled by Venus.
Five of Swords : The Five of Swords has a tendency to represent defeatist thinking.
Someone on the outside looking in, waiting to take advantage of a situation.
Very important to keep your belongings secure, an indication of theft or unfair dealings.
Sometimes it is best just to walk away from an argument.
A trouble maker, a sudden end to a relationship.
The Six of Swords - Second Decanate of Saturn (Uranus) - Jan 30 - Feb 8 ruled by Mercury.
Six of Swords : Moving on...
A difficult period of time is now ending, stormy waters are now behind you, sunshine after rain.
The need to travel, to go out and explore your inner and outer worlds.
Journey by or across water, emigration, severance of a relationship.
The Seven of Swords - Third decanate of Saturn (Uranus) - Feb 9 - Feb 18 ruled by the Moon.
Seven of Swords : Choosing right over wrong...
Don't get caught with your hand in the cookie jar.
An indication someone is trying to get away with something without getting caught.
Dealings may be dishonest or not straight-forward, a robbery, running away, taking the easy way out, bad luck.
At periods of time in our life, we can become confused lost and saddened, as we travel along the spiritual pathway our journey in life. We have so many decisions to make, work, career, home life, relationships and much more.
One minute things can be fine, but all of a sudden we can go off the pathway, mostly through no fault of our own. Yes we can become confused, lost and saddened for a period of time, but by using our inner strength and having someone to help and advise us, we can redirect ourselves and rejoin the pathway once again.
We are put here on the earth plane for a reason, some people find it in early years, some when they are older, others late in life. Our lives are like a book, and any major changes that occur, represent a chapter ending, and another one beginning. Yes our life's work in cycles.
Along our journey in life, I feel there are times when we need redirection, and also to cleanse our inner selves. We need to let go of so many things that are stored in our subconscious, the basement of our minds. Yes there is pain and sorrow along the way, but remember also there is so much love and beauty in the world that we live in.
The above, is based on the Hermit, Strength, Death, and Judgment Major Arcana Tarot cards.
I wrote this under a Gemini Full Moon, when visiting Manitou Springs (Spirit) in Colorado, USA in November 2001.