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
When you’ve written over a 100 books on spirituality and divination two things can happen: you either have the experience and knowledge to write a kick-ass Tarot beginner’s book that actually holds up in the stack of ever growing beginner’s titles. Or…you write something that is obligatory, boring, a dime a dozen, repetitive or focused on myth, so a newbie better stick with the well-known books. I took up Sasha Fenton’s rereleased* Fortune Telling by Tarot Cards. A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding the Tarot to find out which one it is.
For years Tarot was my one and only love. I ‘dabbled’ in an oracle or two, but that was it. Until a course some time ago renewed my interest and convinced me it is a great stand-alone to get advice or ‘divine’. I myself realized that in combination with Tarot it gives even more remarkable results. Oracle after Oracle now enters my cupboard. The Vintage Wisdom Oracle was the first. Did she affirm my thoughts or was this one a big disappointment?
The Vintage Wisdom Oracle is a deck consisting of 52 cards and an 80-page guidebook. It comes in a very sturdy box that is…