Oracles lack a systematic approach or have too little possibilities as a divination tool. Were you nodding fervently? Then you need to keep reading, because this review could forever change your mind. I’ve had the pleasure to already review a few oracle titles that go beyond the ‘limitations’ many cartomancers think are part of this deck type, but with the updated The Moon Oracle just released by Eddison Books I’ve definitely found an oracle that’s as systematic as a
Moon Phase recommendation It’s entirely free, looks pretty slick, works on your own location and has all the answers you need when you use the lunar cycle for divination. What’s this amazing piece of software, you say? I am talking about the entirely gratis Android (maybe on iPhone too, but can’t check) application called Moon Phase Calendar by ProbadoSoft. You charge stones and cards in the Full Moon? With this app you’ll never have to wonder when that is. Are certain planets in particular signs important to your divining or actions: the app provides for you there too. Sun sign and zodiac signs of the lunar cycle are shown on different pages and you can even set alarms to be warned about the next Full or New Moon and to see in which sign we are ‘passing’. A few of the screens with info you get to see: Most importantly: if you happen to love and work with The Moon Oracle by Caroline Smith and John Astrop, this handy little app can count as the ideal replacement for the companion guide and its phase tables. With a simple flick of your thumb you’ll cruise from screen to screen. No Moon…
Years ago tarot designer MM Meleen started a project called Tabula Mundi. It was supposed to be a colored deck, but a small group of fans convinced her to release a black and white version first. That deck, the Tabula Mundi Nox et Lux now has a very large group of fans and it scored high in reviews, including mine. I wasn’t sure if the colored version, the Colores Arcus, [the original project] should get its own review. After all, how much difference can a color palette make, right? A lot, so it seems. When I started to read with Tabula Mundi Colores Arcus I realised that in following a fan tip MM Meleen basically created two very specific decks with the same foundation. So, here’s my review on the Tabula Mundi Tarot, Colores Arcus. The same, but different.
MM Meleen has gained quite a following am
I also showed various aspects of each astrological sign that could be added to interpretations in a reading. This Artist’s Advice Part II is an extension of specifically that last part and shows you how to use a Zodiac Oracle in an actual Zodiac Houses spread, especially made for readers of The Queen’s Sword. If you don’t know much about astrology, have no fear…this article is here to give you enough pointers to use the Oracle alone or together with the Anino Lenormand or The Gravenchase Lenormand.
The Gravenchase Zodiac Oracle/Anino Zodiac Oracle |Lynyrd-Jym Narciso
PART: 1 (Yes part 1! Fall/Winter will give you P2)
“I am going to talk about the 12-card Zodiac oracle decks that come free with The Gravenchase Lenormand and Anino Lenormand and its various uses. Firstly, The Gravenchase Zodiac Oracle and Anino Zodiac Oracle are 12-