Divine Animals Oracle, Stacey Demarco
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The voices and energy of our animal kin have always been a part of our human experience, across most cultures and timeframes. The stories of their relationships with the goddesses and gods entwined the two energies into a divine form. Now it is time for us to again reconnect with this powerful partnership.
Deeply researched and richly written, in this oracle you will discover the mythos of the animals and the eternal deities whose energy is woven together in synergistic magic and learn how to use it to benefit your life. Double the power, double the wildness, double the wisdom! Featuring animals and mythos from across the planet — from Africa to the Arctic — this unique oracle is not only truly beautiful but will deliver accurate and compassionate insight to the reader.
About the Author | Stacey Demarco, is one of Australia’s most high profile and trusted meta-physicists and spiritual practitioners. She is one of the foundation members of the Australian Psychics Association and a board member of the Pagan Awareness Network.
About the Illustrator | Kinga Britschgi is an award winning Hungarian digital artist and illustrator who has lived with her American husband and son in the United States since August 1995. Apart from her wonderful family she has two big passions in life: art and linguistics (and teaching both). Although possessing a degree in fine art, she began her career as a language teacher and went on to gain a Masters in Bilingual Education.
Kinga has been involved with digital art for many years, working with Photoshop and other Adobe products since 2002. She creates commercial graphics for many clients, which she enjoys immensely. Her works are regularly published in industry standard and other magazines such as Advanced Photoshop, Photoshop Creative, Practical Photoshop and Digital Studio. One of her images, ‘Midsummer Night – Titania’, was chosen as part of Adobe’s official marketing campaign for their Creative Cloud project, appearing on Adobe’s website, posters and in magazine ads. She has also had her works published in digital art books.
Kinga loves surrealism, magical realism and dark whimsy, creating ‘story pictures’: figurative pictures with seemingly realistic elements that often result in surrealistic, mysterious images with lots of layers of meanings.
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- The answer is a resounding yes!
- The short answer is that oracle cards give you the opportunity to find a more deeply intuitive reading, probs because there is no real tradition to the cards. Tarot is more structured, and can take some time to learn. That being said, you can most definitely pick up a tarot deck and understand what they are telling you!
- All of our decks come with guidebooks designed to do absolutely that - to teach and guide you on your divination journey. I recommend oracle cards to anyone who is starting out - you can make them be whatever you want them to be - which will inspire you to try and keep practising.