The spirit of Madame Lenormand-the most famous cartomant--is captured in this oracle deck, inspired by traditional Italy.
Tarot cards are packed with layers of imagery. You can approach a Tarot card from so many angles: traditional meaning, astrological, elemental, or numeric correspondences, symbolic interpretation, intuitive messages, etc. In fact, although we all love the depth and empowerment that we get from our Tarot decks, let’s admit it—sometimes we just want an easy answer, an old-school fortune-telling. If you, like me, get this occasional craving, it is good to have an oracle deck on hand. Although I like to sometimes play with oracles in general, I find that there is nothing like a historic oracle (such as a Lenormand or Sibilla) for clear, quick answers.
The Every Day Oracle is, according to the booklet, an authentic...read more.
From Where Do the Cards of the Tarot Originate? Mystery shrouds the origin of Tarot cards, but ancient oracle decks have been found in a wide range of places, from Hungary to India to China. Some historical sources credit the traveling, wandering musicians and performers who roamed (originally) from India to Persia to Egypt for carrying cards and... read this article