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TAROT OF THE SIDHE (78-card deck & book) (New)
by Carding, Emily
Publisher: Schiffer Publishers
Binding: Tarot Cards and Divination Decks
Book ID: 9780764335990, 0764335995
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Open the gates to the Celtic Otherworld with this inspiring new Tarot -- a vivid and powerful, 78-card deck painted through direct inspiration from the Sidhe, (pronounced Shee), the ancient Gaelic name for the Faery race. The Sidhe take us beyond popular images of flower fairies, to a deeply magickal and spiritual set of images that take Tarot reading to a deeper level and may be used for meditation, magick, and more. Connecting with the Sidhe at this time may help you reconnect with inner powers of the primal Earth and bring healing to the land around you. The cards use original, non-derivatory symbolism and potent imagery within traditional Tarot structure.
- 78-card deck painted by Emily Carding
- Companion guide book with descriptions, meanings, keywords for the cards and channeled oracle messages
- Foreword by John Matthews
This Faery deck is born from shamanic techniques and can help you build a stronger connection with their realm. If you wish to strengthen your intuition and perception of the Otherworld, then this is the deck for you. Descriptions, meanings, and keywords are explored. There are also channeled oracle messages received from the beings on the cards.
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