Explore the hidden powers of the Green Witch and her sacred herbs, plants, and flowers through folklore, healing properties, garden magick, and hidden messages.
These forty-four cards allow you to draw upon both the magickal and medicinal aspects of the garden.
Ethnobotanical and plant folklore historical facts are sprinkled throughout the guidebook enclosed, along with gardening advice and spells.
Oracle meanings are completely aligned with the doctrine of signatures to enable this deck to be used as a complementary medicine modality tool.
Our Tarot & Oracle Library includes a bunch of different authors, including Aussies! Whether you're new to buying cards, or you've been using them for years, you are welcome to join my VIP Lounge. I try to use our new cards as they arrive, and old favourites are featured also. You should never be afraid to try something new - you can do anything.
- The answer is a resounding yes!
The second most popular question I'm asked is "What is the difference between the two?"
- The short answer is that oracle cards give you the opportunity to find a more deeply intuitive reading, probably due 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.
My message to you is don't beat yourself up if you're struggling in the first part - learning to trust your intuition is a skill.
I am not an expert in either oracle or tarot - but I am a lover of both! Shine bright, Pauline x