Tarot Tuesday reading for the week of June 30th 2020

Welcome to another one of my Tarot Tuesday posts! I started doing these free readings monthly back in late 2015, then switched to every week in early 2016. They’re by far my most popular posts, as well as being one of my favorites to put together. Today’s reading is for the week of June 30th 2020.

Update on the new thing I tried last week with the spoiler space graphic – since only one person (*waves hello to Fiona*) thought of something maybe to use as a quote, I thought I’d try it again for one more week. If nobody thinks of a quote to use, I have a few on hand that I can put together for next week – and nothing ventured, nothing gained, right? 😊

Now to get on with the reading. The setup of how I do these was not my original idea – I was actually inspired by how a few other bloggers were doing their readings back years ago. And since this method is a little bit different than how some other readers on other social media do them (usually posting the card backs first, then the messages at a later time), here’s a quick breakdown on how this works…

First, pick a card you are drawn to from the photo below. If more than one speaks to you, go ahead and pick that one too. You can even pick all three, in whatever order you like!

When you’ve decided on your card (or cards), scroll down to the bottom of the page for the photo revealing the card faces, and your message for the upcoming week.

Also, don’t be worried if you don’t happen to see this exactly on Tuesday. The message will be ready and waiting for you whenever you get here. 😊

I would also like to mention…


Now here are the backs of the cards for this week. Take a moment to clear your mind, inhale and exhale deeply, center yourself – whatever you need to do to focus. When you’re ready, take a look at the photo and then decide which one (or ones) speaks to you. Then scroll down to the bottom of the post for the picture of the front of the cards, and your message.

June 30th 2020, Back

Next up, as a bit of insurance policy to make sure you don’t see the picture of the front of the cards before you’ve made your choice, I’m putting some of my infographics here as a type of spacer/spoiler prevention. Like I said at the top of the post, I’m trying again with the thing I did last week. While looking for something else, I found a freeware PNG of a window frame that I paired with one of my crow & moon composite pictures (the same one I’m currently using in my disclaimer photo), and really liked the result. I’m going to use it to create a quoto (quote + photo = quoto) or two, and thought I’d see first if anyone had suggestions for what would match well. So if you think of a quote, song lyric, poem, etc you think would pair well with this, please shout out and I’ll share the results next week!

My crow-moon photo with png freeware window


Now it’s time for the big reveal! Here are the fronts of the cards…
June 30th 2020, Front

…and the messages for each card are…

1. Three of Cups

Time to celebrate. . Cue the dance music. Things are falling into place, even if you don’t see all the pieces yet. It’s time to grab your family and friends (local or online) and get your groove thing on. Don’t stop to try and analyze the situation – just enjoy the (practical) magic of the moment, and give in to the joy. Even if it’s something as simple as turning up the radio and dancing around in your kitchen with some midnight margaritas. You deserve this happiness.

Tarot Tidbit: The Three of Cups seems to like the first position! It was in the same spot just about a month ago, on May 26th, 2020 and the prior time, well over a year before (specifically on February 12th, 2019), it was also in the first spot.

2. Temperance

Work towards unity. Sometimes it feels like you’re trying to blend oil and water together, and no matter how hard you stir, they stay separated. Don’t give up hope. With careful and thoughtful actions, you can finally bring together those things that are trying to push away. Keep in mind, like my favorite Tarot website says, “a bow and arrow are useless apart, but together a formidable weapon.”

Tarot Tidbit: Temperance seems to come around once a year at this time – last time it turned up was on July 16th, 2019 in the third position – the time before it was also in the second position, on July 31st,2018.

3. Six of Swords

Leaving ain’t easy. . While new beginnings are typically seen as something joyous and exciting. sometimes they just plain hurt. Even if you’re the one who made the decision to leave a negative situation (job, relationship, home), it doesn’t mean you aren’t struggling with missing the familiar, positive aspects of what you’re walking away from. But you know this move is logically the best thing for all concerned – keep sailing towards the calm waters ahead, and as Queen said, “Leavin’ home ain’t easy/But may be the only way.”

Tarot Tidbit: The Six of Swords is another one that hasn’t been around much lately – in fact, it’s been about a year and a half since its last visit, which was also in the third position, way back on December 18th, 2018.

I hope you enjoyed your message for the week of June 30th 2020! Bright blessings to you!


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