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ANCIENT PREDICTION OF THE FUTURE: SELECT A CARD AND DISCOVER WHAT FATE IS PREPARING FOR YOU IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

Who among us doesn’t want to know what fate has prepared for him? What will happen in our life in the near future, and whether this can be avoided or used to our advantage. Today the Zen-Magazine experts have prepared a fortune telling test for you, which will tell you all about your future.
All you have to do is choose the one card you like the most and read your prediction. Let’s start! Read your prediction for the near future: Card number 1If you chose Card No. 1, then very soon you will have an incredibly good time, during which no special problems or difficulties are foreseen. And those of them that arise on the “horizon” should not be taken into account, for they will by no means cloud your life and have consequences. For you, everything will develop as you wish. The main thing to do is to keep the positive attitude and believe in yourself and everything will work out for the best. Card number 2If you chose Card No. 2, then you should know that everything you will undertake this year…

November 4 Frost Moon In Taurus – This Full Moon Energy Is POTENT!

The November full moon is not too far away, and this month it is known as the ‘Frost Moon’. Full moons are related to myths and legends and the Native Americans typically gave a unique name to the one that occurred each month which we still use today. But what exactly is November’s Frost Moon, and when is the exact time to see it? Here is what we can look forward to from the full moon this month. When is November’s, Frost Moon? The Frost Moon falls on 4 November 2017 – and will be at its brightest at 6.23am. Why is it called the Frost Moon? The name given to Frost Moon is because frosts begin to occur towards the end of autumn. Frost Moon is also known as the Beaver Moon.There are two interpretations for this name. One theory comes from the Native Americans setting beaver traps during this month, and another says the name comes from the heavy activity of beavers building their winter dams. The other notion is backed up by the Old Farmer’s Almanac who said that the Algonquin Native American …