Deck of Interest—Celtic Lenormand

Mar 27 2015

U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

Have you seen this fabulous deck?

This creative and beautifully illustrated deck of 45 cards parlays the popular Lenormand deck into a new and unique divinatory tool. Nine cards have been added to the standard Lenormand lineup and the images have all been related to Celtic tradition. The deck reflects the pantheon of pagan gods and goddesses, the phases of the moon, the Wheel of the Year, and the natural elements.

Those who are seasoned Lenormand readers can use the standard 36 cards but find them enhanced by Worthington’s spectacular renderings. More free-spirited readers can add the additional cards when they do a reading, or leave them out as they choose.

In addition to the usual keywords and divinatory meanings, the 188-page guidebook contains associations for traditional playing cards and Celtic deities, affirmations, and special spiritual interpretations.

If you love oracle decks, don’t miss this one! SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—Beautiful Creatures Tarot

Mar 13 2015

Schiffer Publishing

Are you a Jasmine Becket-Griffith fan?

I’m a huge Jasmine Becket-Griffith fan. However, even I am blown away by her latest triumph. She’s added layers and layers of detail and color to her already-famous emotive and engaging portraits.

Based on the traditional Rider-Waite format (with some modifications), this latest group of ladies are melancholy as they stare silently from the cards. Their revery speaks of experiences that can’t be talked about and opens the door for psychic dialogue of a very personal and evocative nature. The 160-page companion book includes basic instructions for working with tarot cards, ten card-reading layouts  designed especially for use with this deck, and a full-page analysis of each card which includes an interpretation of its symbolism along with the divinatory meaning.

If you love oracle decks, this is one you will definitely want to add to your collection. SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—Crystal Oversoul New Earth Attunements

Mar 08 2015

Findhorn Press

Celebrating the new energies which have been entering the earth plane since the 2012 awakening, these 22 beautiful and intriguing cards capture the vibrations of the higher beings which are overseeing the energy transfers.

Each card contains an exquisite mandala which represents one specific attunement in that process. These sophisticated images can be used for meditation or divination as the user chooses. The 92-page book offers insight into each crystal image as well as a detailed guided meditation.

Eastwood’s previous deck, Crystal Oversoul Attunements, contained 44 cards which helped users connect with the incoming energies. This new deck completes the journey of unfoldment by connecting users with the entities that are overseeing the use of the new energies. The deck is further enhanced by 2 audio CD’s.

This is a not-to-be-missed deck which celebrates crystalline structures and the higher beings that vibrate to those patterns. SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—The Chronicles of Destiny Fortune Cards

Jan 23 2015

Schiffer Publishing

What will destiny say to you?

These sixty alluring cards are designed to bridge the gap between words and pictures. Each card is meant to be a chapter in a story told through the ages, in a voice that echoes within each of us. Evocative, lush, and mysterious, the deck lures users into its world and beckons us to explore the inner realms.

Drawing on ancient archetypes and traditional symbolism, readers will find that the hidden wisdom of their subconscious is stimulated by this deck. Wisdom rises from the depths and permeates our conscious awareness. Whether looking for insight or prophecy, this deck will help to trigger the responses you are looking for.

If you’re a seasoned reader of oracle cards, the creators of this deck encourage you to explore using these cards in conjunction with other decks for advanced divination. SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—The Japaridze Tarot

Dec 16 2014

U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

Has the tarot been reborn?

Successful Parisian artist Japaridze brings a uniquely feminine perspective to a divinatory system who’s present form was created predominantly by men more than two centuries ago. Her inspired images are a breath of fresh air. Drawing on ancient esoteric wisdom, along with her well-honed artist’s eye and craftsmanship, she gives birth to new layers of symbolism and insight.

Seasoned tarot readers will find the 78-card deck comfortably familiar in structure, with only a few deviations from traditional forms. The 178-page companion book, written by Steve Lucas, communicates Japaridze’s unique perspective and associations for each card. If you love tarot, you won’t want to miss this one! SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—Past Life Oracle Cards

Dec 02 2014

Hay House

What’s in your past?

Past Life guru Brian Weiss has teamed up with the Angel Lady to create this outstanding tool for uncovering valuable information about lives we’ve lived before and their effects on our present circumstances.

Are you having financial struggles? Unable to connect with a loving and supportive life partner? Searching for a transcendent identity and spiritual life purpose? These carefully chosen 44 graphic images will help you to access information about unresolved issues from the past that are haunting you in the present and putting up roadblocks to your fully actualized future. The companion guidebook helps to make sense of the messages in this beautiful and intriguing oracle deck. SHOP FOR THE DECK

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Deck of Interest—Kabbalistic Visions

Oct 17 2014

Schiffer Publishing

Do you walk the paths?

Merging traditional tarot symbolism with the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah, this deck provides images and insight which open spiritual pathways in the human subconscious and provide an intellectual framework for analyzing them. Thus is the work of the Kabbalist. Thus is the wisdom of the tarot.

This 78-card deck bears captivating images which incorporate a broad range of esoteric symbolism in deceptively whimsical illustrations. The 256-page companion book contains in-depth overviews of tarot cards, the Hebrew alphabet, and the Kabbalistic Tree of Life glyph.

Detailed interpretations of each card give novices a head start. The dynamic and emotive images make it a perfect deck for practicing advanced intuitive skills or for meditation. SHOP FOR THE DECK

© 2014 Anna Jedrziewski and InannaWorks.com

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Book of Interest—The Complete Lenormand Oracle Handbook

Sep 19 2014

Destiny Books

Is this the definitive guide to Lenormand?

Searching for a pre-electronic oracle that would take her out of the modern world of lush and sophisticated oracular imagery, Matthews went back to the roots of cartomancy. Her subsequent exploration of the “petit” decks rejuvenated her interest in divination. Of course, one of the petit decks which captured her attention was the newly-popular Petit Lenormand. While the origins of the Petit Lenormand remain shrouded in mystery, it has become clear that the Madame herself had nothing to do with its creation. Nevertheless, the deck continues to popularize the Madame and the divination style which she made famous.

Those of you who are used to reading more complexly illustrated oracle cards in fixed spreads, might find that you’re initially uncomfortable with this less specific form of divination. Not to worry. Matthews walks us through the transition with clear instructions and thoroughly-explained examples.

Chapter 2 provides detailed information for interpreting each card, including key combinations with other cards and how Lenormand symbolism varies from traditional tarot symbolism. Each subsequent chapter adds another layer of nuance, i.e. reading pairs and triplets, using significators, the effects of each card, and reading tableaus. By the end of the book, readers will be thoroughly schooled in the advanced subtleties of this highly complex divination system. Throughout, Matthews encourages readers to develop their own techniques and to make the cards their own.

This is the most complete reference on Lenormand I’ve come across to date. It’s also very clearly written, well-organized, and intriguing. SHOP FOR THE BOOK

© 2014 Anna Jedrziewski and InannaWorks.com

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Deck of Interest—The Five Agreements Games

Sep 07 2014

Findhorn Press

Are you ready to embrace the truth?

It will set you free but it can be a scary ride. Adding a tongue-in-check touch to a serious subject, Olivier Clerc makes a game out of uncovering the subconscious dimensions of our relationships. He combines the knights of medieval times with the Toltec Path to create a journey behind our daily masks and role playing into the realm of who and what we really are.

Carlos Castenedas popularized the Toltec teachings in the 1960’s with his fictionalized Teachings of Don Juan series. More recently, don Miguel Ruiz and his son Jose Luis have updated that introduction with modernized versions of the Toltec practices.

Now Clerc and his co-authors ask readers to access the power of games theory and commit to a plan of group self-discovery through the exploration of our relationships. Drawing from the Swords of impeccability, the Shields of depersonalization, the Chalices of honest questioning, the Banner of fullout commitment, and the Helmet of inner listening, each round of play brings you closer to your personal truth and liberation.

What you thought you believed may not be what you truly believe in your heart. How can you know for sure? Choose a group of trusted participants and play The Five Agreements Game! SHOP FOR THE DECK
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Deck of Interest—The Halloween Oracle

Aug 28 2014

Llewellyn Publications

How do you contact the dead?

Just in time for “Trick or Treat” season, Stacey DeMarco, partnering once again with mystical illustrator extraodinaire Jimmy Manton, has created a 36-card oracle deck which pays homage to the ancient roots of the end-of-October rituals and is sure to captivate the imaginations of modern day esoteric enthusiasts.

DeMarco’s concise history (in the 80-page companion book) of the Day of the Dead rituals in the Americas and the growing popularity of modern Halloween in her native Australia is superb, as are her musings about each of the cards and the symbolism contained within them. But the true power of this deck is the artistry of the visual images. The symbolism of each card, executed perfectly by Manton, moves this deck into the realms of higher metaphysics. My favorite cards are the “skull cards”. DeMarco eases us into that world with DEATH and its introductory skull masked by Manton’s blue mist. Then we have two subdued skulls, attached to their skeletons in ETERNAL LOVE, followed by the bandaged skull in MUMMY. In SKELETON we get serious, showing both the skeleton and the separated skull, That card leads us in to the deeper realms with SKULL of DARKNESS, SKULL OF LIGHT, SKULL of FLOWERS, and SKULL OF STARS. Finally we arrive at my personal favorite, the skull with oozing pomegranate in THE UNDERWORLD.

DeMarco includes Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies for the younger generation. On the surface this deck appears to be a perfect Halloween novelty item. Underneath that veneer is a treasure filled with esoteric symbolism for even the most astute practitioner. All together a very delightful package, no matter what your intent. SHOP FOR THE DECK

© 2014 Anna Jedrziewski and InannaWorks.com

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