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The Shamanic Medicine Oracle Cards by Meiklejohn-Free and Flavia Kate Peters perfectly captures the sense that nature is our greatest guide.
There's a lot of talk in occultnik circles about the commodification of magick, and Everyday Magic capitalizes on this trend.
The Saints and Mystic Reading Cards by Andres Engracia prompted the most uncanny experiences I’ve ever had with a deck thus far.
Morgan Daimler's Fairies: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk provides insight into the captivating Celtic folklore of the faery realm.
Spiral Nature published more than 114 reviews of books, tarot decks, and oracles in 2018, and here we share the most popular oracle reviews.
Innosanto Nagara latest book The Wedding Portrait teaches children about the necessity of civil disobedience in the face of injustice.
The Vice Versa Tarot is a cool deck, faithful to standard themes, but with additional detail to consider -- on both sides of the cards!
Womb Awakening by Azra and Seren Bertrando offers a profound shift in how to view cosmology, the body, and spiritual traditions.
Lucy Cavendish developed Foxfire: The Kitsune Oracle after many years of fascination with kitsune and numerous trips to Japan.
Warriors of Love: Rumi's Odes to Shams of Tabriz attempts to translate dance into poetry: transcendence by abandoning the self into song.
Eisenberg draws heavily on his martial arts background, while creating this new way of presenting Buddhist teachings in Budda's Bodyguard.
Odin, by author and priestess Diana Paxson, is a wonderful text for anyone interested in a general introduction to a very complex Norse god.