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November’s Honeysuckle Tarot Draw

The Tower

November promises to be dramatic. Things are coming to a head. Situations that have been brewing for months reach a boiling point. The upheavals that are coming are long overdue. At times, this month may seem like one big disruption followed by another. You must move with this energy, even if you don’t like it. Know that whatever is coming apart at the seams will allow for something new to be built.
Changes are on the way and they may not be comfortable but they are necessary. Once the air clears, you’ll see the wisdom of the tear-down. Better yet, you’ll realize that liberation is just ahead. This month won’t be easy but nothing worthwhile ever is. Trust the Universe and the power of the people. A change is coming and nothing is going to stop it.

Theresa Reed (aka “The Tarot Lady”) has been a full-time Tarot card reader for close to 30 years. She is the author of The Tarot Coloring Book, an illustrated tour through the world of Tarot with coloring sheets for every card in the deck. Learn more about her at thetarotlady.com.

Illustration: “The Tower” from Inspirational Tarot by Rachel Farabaugh. For more about Inspirational Tarot and the artist’s work, visit inspirationaltarot.com and rachelfarabaugh.com.

Want to be an agent for change? Exercise your right to be heard on November 6th! Find out what you need to know about the midterm elections by visiting vote.org or aclu.org/voter

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