Just when you thought things might have taken a calm turn, this week is here to shake things back up again. It’s not just Mercury retrograde stirring things up again either (although do note that it moves into practical Virgo on the 23rd).
Actually, you’ll also want to pay attention to the Libra energy, in particular, that takes over for the week.
For one thing, Libra season begins this week on the 22nd, taking us into the diplomatic sign of the scales. And for another thing, we have a New Moon in Libra happening on the 25th, closing the week out.
So if you weren’t feeling Libra vibes even after the Sun makes its move into the peacemaking sign, you’d definitely feel it all take over here. And so, as usual, it’s time to see what this all means for you, synthesized in what the most important message for the week is — via the Tarot.
Your Sign’s Weekly Tarotscope for September 19 – 25, 2022
9 of Swords (Reversed)
Usually, Aries is stereotypically known for their bold and brash go-getter attitude displayed on some kind of battlefield (or, more practically, maybe like a corporate ladder).
This week, that can-do mentality is actually part of the very obstacle you’re trying to remedy. You see, the 9 of Swords is more like a battle we face in our very own minds, and so feelings of defeat and “no can do” are actually a lot more common here.
Reversed, Aries is still trying to flip this energy on its head. If the clouds won’t part on their own, you’re convinced you might be able to make them.
While this attitude is admirable, Aries, it’s okay to ask for help and feel a little more defeated than usual. It’s only one week, after all.
Taurus’s forecast for the week looks foggy and hazy. The Moon clouds up the skies with a bit of mysterious fog. Right now, the answers aren’t clear, and you may feel less stable than the typically-steady bull would prefer.
On the other hand, this is a good time for digging a bit deeper into the imagination and unconscious. Even if on a “practical” level, things are a bit hazier.
Perhaps keep a dream journal close to the bedside this week, Taurus.
Read more: You Pulled The Moon Tarot Card — Now What?
3 of Pentacles (Reversed)
Sometimes birds of a feather… don’t actually flock together.
For Gemini, this week does involve a bit of social chaos and hiccups. More specifically, it may feel like you’re having difficulty getting your voice out there or realizing your ideas and creativity in collaborative settings.
The 3 of Pentacles reversed tends to point to this kind of discord; sometimes it’s miscommunication, and sometimes it’s incompatibility.
But whatever the case, remember that sometimes being the one to extend the olive branch is hard for the ego… but good for the heart.
The Hanged Man (Reversed)
Usually, Cancer is the voice of reason — the beacon of emotional support and stability.
But with The Hanged Man reversed on the table for you this week, it may feel like, first of all, it’s just really hard to catch your breath right now. The mind may be moving a bit too fast, and too many perspectives are being run by you right now.
And secondly, a lack of time to yourself for thinking properly can lead to more confusion. Your insights may feel more jumbled right now, and that’s okay.
Just don’t make any key decisions right now, and circle back to those when you have a moment to breathe.
5 of Cups (Reversed)
The grass is starting to look a little greener for you, Leo.
And by this, we mean — you’re not fixating anymore on what you don’t have, what you’ve lost, or where the “greener horizons” may have hypothetically been (aka: those “what if” scenarios).
The 5 of Cups is usually that energy, but its reversal indicates you’re trying to move away from that now, or at least address it honestly and head-on this week.
And once you do, you can return to your bright, sunny self that the spotlight knows and loves, Leo!
3 of Wands
Virgo, there’s just one keyword for this week: patience.
The 3 of Wands signals that you’ve let your ships leave port, and now is the time to wait for their return. You’ve set up your best intentions, done some of the necessary work, and now all you can do now is see what happens as they run their course.
Patience, however, doesn’t have to look like just waiting and watching. This should be a fun, celebratory time, not one to be anxious or second-guessing yourself.
Try to ease up and enjoy yourself this week, and maybe indulge in a self-care day (or two)!
2 of Pentacles (Reversed)
Balancing comes naturally for Libra, although this week it’s harder than it seems.
The 2 of Pentacles reversed hints that you’re certainly trying to juggle your responsibilities, tasks, relationships, ideas, and so on and so forth but are overall having a bit of a hard time.
You may find that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, and the solution is not to keep juggling but to put a few things down (or maybe pass the baton). This may be your area of expertise, but it doesn’t mean you have to do it all alone.
The High Priestess
Scorpio, you’re in the intuitive zone this week.
With The High Priestess in your hand, your spiritual side is in full force. You may find messages and signs from the Universe don’t even need to be decoded — you just understand in that mysterious, knowing way.
Although Scorpio is known to be of a more intuitive sort anyway, this week, you’re really feeling that intuitive flow, and it’s a good time to take advantage of it.
Don’t forget to write down what you intuit so that you can use it later to your advantage!
6 of Swords
Sagittarius, it’s time to move on, even if it’s not necessarily to greener pastures.
The 6 of Swords asks that you let go of the unnecessary baggage and burdens, or maybe even responsibilities and relationships, that you’ve allowed to occupy your time for too long.
And yes, this means letting go even if you’re unsure what will take their place. Sometimes it’s best to move forward even if it means something difficult still arises.
Remember that a new lesson can even be better than a repeating obstacle.
10 of Cups (Reversed)
Capricorn, have you ever had that feeling that something just isn’t falling into place?
This week is all about that feeling. The 10 of Cups reversed is uncomfortable because it indicates something is amiss when it comes to your broad feeling of contentment and fulfillment, as if you just can’t seem to access that stability.
It’s not gloom and doom, but it’s not sunshine and rainbows either. As a result, this reversal gives you more of a strange limbo feeling.
Sometimes limbo is uncomfortable, but it usually will pass. Try not to stew on what you don’t have, and focus on what you do.
10 of Swords (Reversed)
Aquarius is trying to let go and move forward, even though it seems like the past has an iron grip on you.
The 10 of Swords is uncomfortable, but it’s even uncomfortable reversed, as it indicates the difficult energy is on the table but not even with a clear-cut ending as per usual.
So, you’re experiencing a lot of pain but none of the benefits of renewal and new beginnings. However, this won’t last forever.
Remember to hold onto hope and trust that the clouds will part — even if the rain seems to be lasting a lifetime.
Knight of Swords
Pisces is not usually known to be the outspoken type, but this is your week to give it a try!
The Knight of Swords is bold, energetic, and decisive, and although you may not always resonate with this approach, sometimes it’s what will get the job done perfectly.
This means having those difficult conversations, expressing yourself in full, taking a risk, making that final choice, and so on. This card is guiding you forward with its decisive energy, urging you to take it on.
Explore more: How to Interpret the Court Cards in the Tarot
Your Tarotscope & The New Moon
Are you ready to harness the power of your Tarotscope and the New Moon to your advantage?
Every week can be meaningful with the Tarot to guide us, but it can feel especially more potent when the Moon phase of the week lines up even more powerfully with our intentions and desires.
Make sure you’re caught up on what the energy of the New Moon entails and how it can benefit or impact you, as it’s a powerful event to have closing out our week. Then, compare your Tarotscope to that energy and see where things will differ (or overlap) on a personal level.
That way, you can have a clear, full game plan for the times ahead — and have the best New Moon that you can!