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by Yoshi Yoshitani
by Tasya van Ree
What’s unique about it: geometric patterns, with card descriptions allowing you to explore connectedness with nature’s gifts.
Head on to the Homepage to try this deck out and draw an oracle card for you today 🙂
by Nicoletta Ceccoli
by Rachel Paul & Georges Barbier
by Carlota Santos
by Trung Le Nguyen
The inclusive deck. What’s unique about it: it has 4 LGBT and inclusive Lovers cards! Check it out below and create your own three-card spread!
Queen of Swords
You or someone around you is a poised and intellectually rigorous figure. This person adeptly gathers knowledge and uses every bit of information she can gather to guide her decisions.
You or someone around you might be unclear about where your biases are. Support network is cut off in a misguided effort to come to your own conclusions.
Ten of Pentacles
You have accomplished much and are satisfied with the results. This speaks to broad contentment and security.
You have wasted much of what you have worked to earn. Your assessment of your resources is inaccurate, and you are spread too thin as you attempt to build a sturdy foundation for yourself and community.
King of Pentacles
You or someone around you is an ambitious leader, adept at managing finances. Each new project comes with a carefully crafted multipoint plan, and great self-discipline is exercised. Luck favors the prepared.
You or someone around you is a workaholic with miserly tendencies. There is competitiveness, being cutthroat, and business-minded. Someone is risk-averse and not inclined to invest in new ideas.
Arcana Iris Sacra Tarot
by Catrin Welz-Stein
by Tillie Walden
by Rebecca Campbell
by Colette Baron-Reid
by Yasmin Boland
by Alana Fairchild
This Oracle deck is a great aid for introspection. Moreover, it could be a great tool for a deeper journey to your inner self. Images offer great room for interpretation. Best for personal use such as journaling.
by Gabrielle Bernstein, Micaela Ezra (illustrator)
by Kyle Gray
by Grace Duong
by Stephanie Pui-mun Law and Barbara Moore
by Rachel Paul and Martina Rossi
by Lana Zellner