the 5 of Cups card from each of 4 decksMy Tarot Decks:
Top, L to R: Morgan-Greer; Sacred Rose;
Bottom, L to R: Medieval Scapini; Aquarian.

Which deck (design) is used?
My standard tarot deck is the Morgan-Greer. The imagery is based on the widely-popular Rider-Waite-Smith deck, but updated and slightly less cluttered. The other decks shown here are available for a reading if one of them speaks to you. They will be priced and processed as a Custom Order from my Etsy shop.

cards from the Tarot of Sister WhoNEW FOR 2019
The Tarot Of Sister Who
I like this deck so much I’ve agreed to promote it. You may purchase your own copy of the deck from

I am now offering a few specific readings with this deck.

a card from each of 3 native-based oracle decksFirst Nations Based Oracle Decks:
Top, L to R: Medicine (Totem) Cards; Sacred Path Cards;
Bottom: Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards.

These decks have been designed by artists of Lakota, Iroquois, Cherokee and Choctaw descent. I make no claim to have been trained or raised within those traditions and do not identify as a ‘shaman’ or ‘medicine man’. I do not represent or ‘speak for’ those traditions beyond the cards’ artwork and published First Nations traditions.

Which deck (design) is used?
My First Nations Deck readings use either the Sacred Path or Medicine Card Deck, as noted in the Item Descriptions.

pictures of two Oracle decks designed by Doreen VirtueOracle Decks by Doreen Virtue
Two of three decks gifted to me this summer. The artwork is gorgeous, and they are not something I would have purchased for myself with my limited funds. These decks are the basis of my new Double Deck Spreads– using various combinations of deck paradigms to produce the most helpful reading.

More info & where to purchase*

Tarot of Sister Who
The deck has significant differences from ‘traditional tarot’ -which is to say. decks designed within the Rider-Waite paradigm. Sister Who has written a companion 33 (8.5″x11″) page book available as a .pdf download with purchase. It outlines some of the symbolism they include on the cards, as well as their thoughts on using the cards for contemplative meditation.
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First introduced in 1970, the compelling art deco imagery in this now-classic tarot deck brought medieval tarot symbolism into the modern Aquarian age. Aquarian Tarot has remained a bestseller and still resonates today with those seeking transformation.

Medieval Scapini
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Italian artist Luigi Scapini’s lavish paintings recreate 15th century Italy in this gold-accented tarot deck. The Major Arcana and court cards have gold backgrounds in the manner of fifteenth-century European decks. Both the Major and Minor Arcana include full scenes.

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this uniquely expressive deck features magical imagery presented in deep, saturated colors. The borderless 78-card deck allows the details of tarot scenery and symbolism to be viewed from a close, intimate perspective.

Sacred Rose
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This colorful deck, inspired by Medieval stained glass artistry, draws upon the wisdom of the ancient Kabbalah and the Tree of Life. Its images explore Byzantine icons and the divine mysteries of nature, particularly the symbolism of the rose of the western world.

Medicine Cards
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An attractively boxed set includes an illustrated book and a beautifully rendered deck of 52 animal cards. When you call upon the power of an animal, you are asking to be drawn into complete harmony with the strength of that animal’s essence.

Sacred Path Cards
This hardcover book and 44 beautifully illustrated cards were developed by Native American medicine teacher Jamie Sams. They distill the essential wisdom of the sacred teachings of many tribal traditions and shows users the way to transform their lives.

Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards
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This book and 50 full-color card deck are inspired by the ancient Lakota sweat lodge ceremony. Through the timeless medium of divinatory symbols, powerful images rekindle the spirit of this ancient ceremony. A variety of card spreads directs our consciousness toward the sources of personal power, insight, and self-awakening.

Life Purpose Oracle
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This 44 card deck by Doreen Virtue will allow you to conduct accurate and trustworthy readings to explore that life purpose. The accompanying guidebook explains the general meanings of the cards and provides specific details that can offer more clarity about your career and spiritual path.

Goddess Guidance Oracle
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The 44 goddess cards in this deck will help answer your questions and give you guidance about personal and spiritual growth. The goddesses are from Celtic, Egyptian, African, Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, and other cultures.

Archangel Michael Oracle
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The 44 cards in this deck feature messages for you from Archangel Michael and incredible paintings of this magnificent angel. You’ll also receive answers to your most pressing questions.

* Important Notes:

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