Magic of Flowers Oracle
By Tess Whitehurst with are by Anne Wetheim
This oracle deck was inspired by Tess’s book The Magic of Flowers: A Guide to Their Metaphysical Uses & Properties.
When we were working with Tess on the concept, we tried to think about what would make a useful oracle deck. We knew that the meanings and remedies associated with the flowers where ideal for divination. But the card images had to be special. We didn’t want simply a picture of a flower. We wanted something in the image to convey the message in a more evocative way. Not everyone who sees a picture of a carnation would immediately think “rebirth,” which is the meaning of the
"You won't find a better teacher than Rana George."
~Mary K. Greer
Rana George is one of the premier practitioners and teachers of Lenormand in the US. Her long-anticipated book is now available.
Rana's practical approach includes teaching the card meanings and building your skills step-by-step, including looking at the cards in pairs and groups, so that you can master the Grand Tableaux, a spread using all 36 cards that provides tons of practical information about your life. She peppers the book with personal anecdotes that help bring the cards into clear focus and shows how clearly they represent life events. She also includes contextual meanings so that your readings have
A simple yet powerful deck of twenty-two cards provides a bridge between our conscious minds and all the facets of the Divine which reside within all of us. Striking art enhanced by textured gold foil make these cards handheld treasures that are truly inspiring. The descriptions and exercises, which are more like spells, provide practical advice and help just when we need it most.
Lo Scarabeo has created a video about this deck.
Learn more about the deck HERE.
Read my review HERE.
If you are reading this, I assume you are a tarot reader or at least a tarot enthusiast. (Or perhaps you were lured in by my clever title for this entry.) If you are a tarotist, do you use only tarot cards? I suppose we could take that further…do you use only one deck? If so, which one and why? But actually, what I really want to know is if you use other divination tools.
I have played with oracles and like them just fine every now and again. Mostly I like them as an accessory for a tarot reading. My collection of pendulums is frighteningly large, and yet I never have felt comfortable actually using them. Crystal balls (I have a small one), a scrying mirrors, and gazing bowls enchant