Chakra Meditations – Swami Saradananda
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Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards deck provides an easy-to-learn method of divination. Each Gypsy Witch card is numbered and displays a pictorial illustration of the card’s symbolic meaning. Individual meanings of the cards are also written on the card faces. Standard cards are shown in miniature in the upper left corner.
The card pack includes a small instruction booklet with two methods of laying out the cards for a short reading, and a long reading. The significance of each card is determined by its context and position in the layout.
Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Cards are based on the divination system attributed to Mlle Lenormand, the celebrated 18th century French mystic and fortuneteller. Mlle Lenormand’s prophetic powers were known throughout Europe. She predicted the rise and fall of Napoleon with astounding accuracy.
Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards were first introduced in 1903 and have been published continuously since.
The Gypsy Witch deck contains Jokers and can be used for traditional card games, as well as cartomancy. Cards measure 2.25″ x 3.5″.£9.99 Add to basket
The famous cards of Mlle Lenormand in a wonderful new edition. Urban Trosch painted the pictures with the classical Eitempera technique and has created captivating works of art with brilliant colours.
Inspired by the famous 18th century fortune-telling cards by Mlle Lenormand, this 36-card deck allows you to use your own intuition and associations to interpret the cards
The booklet offers card meanings, and includes instructions for three different card spreads.
The drawings in the tarot deck by Karen Vogel and Vicki Noble reflect Goddess and earth-based cultures from all over the world and throughout history. Vogel’s own reflection on the meaning and use of the cards is described as `a fundamental healing process for reaching beyond the limitations of gender roles found in our society`.£38.99 Add to basket
Size: 70 x 110 mm, 78 cards
The Crowley Thoth Tarot was created by the famous occultist Aleister Crowley. Lady Frieda Harris painted the cards. Although Lady Harris knew little about Tarot and its symbolism, under the guidance of Crowley she transposed all subtleties of his ideas into her paintings.
The Crowley Thoth Tarot was first published in 1972, after the death of both Crowley and Lady Harris.