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The Shapeshifter's Tarot (Set) (Used)
by Conway, D.J.
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Binding: Tarot Cards and Divination Decks
Book ID: 9781567183849, 1567183840
Shapeshifting is about far more than simply taking on the image of another thing. It’s about using the unique and specialized talents of that animal, plant, or object. Nothing makes this technique and method more clear than the Shapeshifter Tarot.
This amazing 81-card deck follows the traditional pattern, although the names of many of the Major Arcana cards have been shifted to fit the more Pagan approach to this deck. For example, the Fool becomes Initiation, the Magician changes to the Sorcerer, and the Hermit becomes The Seer. Three additional cards, The Double, The Journey, and The Dreamer, are part of the tradition on which this is based and will add additional meaning to your readings and personal work.
And there’s more! This boxed set comes with a 264-page book, that includes:
- Vivid interpretations of all the cards, including their symbolism and divinatory meanings
- Sample readings
- Key words to make readings easy
- Instructions on how to meditate with the cards,
- Instructions on using the deck for spellworking
- Information on the skill of shapeshifting itself
Combined with brilliant art of transcendent majesty and beauty, this uniquely shamanic deck is simply one of the most powerful Tarot decks available today. It is also one of the most potent tools for Pagans of all traditions. Whether you want this deck for personal work or for giving readings, one thing is very clear: you’ll want to get and use this deck every day!
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