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John Bauer’s art lends itself perfectly to the world of the tarot due to its creative mythology and fantastic landscapes.
The Tarot de la Nuit began when Alexandra V. Bach and Carole Anne Eschenazi created a universe where darkness revealed its beauty and purity.
Barbara Meiklejohn-Free, Flavia Kate Peters and Kate Osborne combined their wisdom to create Dark Goddess Oracle to illuminate the shadow.
Lucy Cavendish developed Foxfire: The Kitsune Oracle after many years of fascination with kitsune and numerous trips to Japan.
I was so excited when the Magical Spellcards finally arrived, that I opened the box as I walked home from the post office.
Andrew McGregor is a treasure to the occult community. He is the creator behind The Orisha Tarot, and the owner of The Hermit's Lamp.
The Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes and Chris Down draws upon a rich folklore replete with heroic and mysterious characters, quests, and magick.
The Path of Paganism: An Experience-Based Guide to Modern Pagan Practice. is a book I will come back to many times, and I unreservedly recommend for beginners and experienced Pagans alike.
My experience with different oracle decks is gradually growing and is not as extensive as my experience and engagement with tarot, but Blessed Be resonated with me.
Kitchen Table Tarot is for the beginner who wants to dip their toes in the tarot world for fun and personal study.
Beginning Llewellyn's Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming is a journey in and of itself. I like the view that we can become wide-awake dream magicians by working magick through our lives and those of others. I recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn how to lucid dream or for those wanting to better their skills.
The Oracles of Apollo: Practical Ancient Greek Divination for Today sheds light on ancient Greek methods of divination, and teaches the reader how they remain practical and useful.