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July’s Honeysuckle Tarot Draw

The Chariot

As summer revs into high gear, so do you. You have your hands on the wheel and can go as far and fast as you want. What are your goals? What path do you want to explore? What’s the next big thing you want to accomplish? EVERYTHING is possible. You are poised to score many victories, so the best plan for July is to go full speed ahead. If you encounter any potholes or obstacles, a detour will be available. As long as you remain focused on the outcome you want, not much will get in your way.

This card is also a delight to see if you’re traveling this summer. Grab your passport, gather your favorite people, and hit the road! Go to places you’ve never been before. July can be an amazing adventure! 

All in all, this marks a mid-point in the year and a time when you are in the best place possible to achieve your goals and have some fun along the way. The world is yours for the taking – or for exploring. Go forth and conquer as you wish!

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 Chariot,” from the Joie de Vivre Tarot by Paulina Cassidy. Find more information here

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