Card of the Week – June 21, 2023


Over the Hump by Kate Mura of Group Tarot

A space for tarot reflection for the day, week, or moment it comes across your screen. Each of these is reworked intentionally for The Edge, from the egregore of Group Tarot’s Card of the Week, to center education, diversity, and intuition.

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Blessed Solstice!

I hope you all had a meaningful Juneteenth, Father’s Day, and Pride.

Whether you have your father or not, whether you had a wonderful relationship with him, or not, I hope you were able to have some Joy and Peace Sunday.

Whether Juneteenth is a new to you holiday or longstanding tradition, I hope you learned something new and celebratory about the United State’s rich Black history/herstory/ourstory.

Whether this Solstice is the longest or shortest day for you, I hope you find power and acceptance in the ever changing balance of natural power.

Do you ever have those moments where you don’t want to make decisions?

That’s where I am a lot these days and none of my decks were speaking louder than another.

So, I gave each of them a number and asked the lovelies in the other room to choose a number between 1 & 7. Seven was what I heard first, so Cirque du Tarot by Leeza Robertson gives us Card of the Week today.

We’re given,
Ace of Cups inverted.

ace of cups tarot card reading

Oh the tears being shed!

And yet, even though water is pouring out of this golden, star stamped chalice, in this orientation, it’s like bubbles floating up.

There’s a tiny blue faery that is flying down towards the deep purples.

Ace of Cups is new feelings, new relationships, your cup runneth over.

However, with it being inverted, this card speaks to not trusting or doubting or not fully taking in the love and support that surrounds you. Or there may be feelings of being undeserving or lacking worth.

You are worthy.

You are worthy of love, support, nourishment.

You are worthy of flying and floating.

You are allowed to cry tears of sorrow and tears of joy and let them mix and mingle!

You may find solace in showers, baths, swimming, and do remember to drink enough water. Cups all have that practical reminder within them!

The stars are also shining out. In this orientation, we almost have an inverted pentacle which is also a symbol of 2nd degree Gardnerian Wicca. The others are six pointed stars not really Star of David proportions, but close. Can whatever it is you are going through be seen as an initiation? A rite of passage?

Drink deeply of what life has to offer, be careful of over indulging – especially in alcohol and liquid medications – and remember, to fly, the butterfly has to dry its wings.

I imagine the same is true for the fae.

Feel all the feelings.

Then dry your wings and fly.


All the b.e.s.t,
Kate Mura signature

*b.e.s.t. = beautiful. equitable. sustainable. timely.

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