Divination Decks for Sale

I have more decks than I can use on any regular basis, even though I am a reader professionally. A large vet bill, followed within days by a costly plumbing crisis, motivated me to finally get around to selling three different divination decks that will otherwise sit here unused. Yay for the kitty being fine after her vet visit! Yay for my shower working! Yay for finally selling these decks!

If you’d like to purchase a deck, please put its name in the comment field below. That’ll provide me with your email address (no one else has to see it). Then I’ll email you instructions on how to pay securely with PayPal. I’ll ship priority mail, only to U.S. non-military addresses.

If you’d like all three decks, contact me for a reduced bundled price.

The Marseille Oracle Cards: The following photograph is of the actual deck you’ll receive.
The Marseille Oracle Cards, Scarabeo, copyright 2004, ISBN 978-0738706030. Box is in good condition. I doubt the cards have been used much, if at all, because they’re still in order. Cards one through 32 are there, plus a card that basically just has the deck title on it. I believe the deck is only supposed to have cards through number 32. White booklet included.

The Marseille Oracle Cards are $165, plus $7 shipping. Total = $172.

The Bohemian Gothic Tarot: the photograph is of the actual deck you’ll receive.
This Bohemian Gothic Tarot, second edition, has all 78 cards, which look unused, since they’re in great condition and still basically in order. There’s also the memento mori card and the little white book. The box is a little beat up.

The Bohemian deck is available at $80 plus $7 shipping. Total = $87.

The Day of the Dead Lenormand Limited Edition set: the photograph is of the actual set you’ll receive.
This Day of the Dead Lenormand Limited Edition set is enclosed with a miniature version of the deck, and the white booklet, in a gorgeous Day of the Dead bag with two skull beads on the drawstring,

The set is #20 of 112, signed by EZ. Cards in great condition. The larger cards are unboxed. I suspect they originally came without a box. The large deck is so cool: there are two of some cards—two 28s, two 29s, two 4s, two 12s. When a card is doubled, each of the pair has a different picture There is also a 0 card, with a pic of a skeleton that I assume is a squirrel’s. Cards go through #36.

The miniature box is a little beaten, its cards go through #36, and I doubt they have been used much, if at all, because they are still in order. The card backs are not the same as on the large deck. The small set’s box says, “Complete with meanings,” but there’s no meanings in that box. I suspect the reference is to the booklet in the pouch, and that the small set was originally sold enclosed with the larger deck. I see no date anywhere on this project.

Will sell the Day of the Dead Lenormand Limited Edition set for $190 plus $7 shipping. Total = $197.

Thanks so much for checking this out.

Upcoming Class

How to Read Tea-Leaves … and How to Read Most Everything Else, Too!
Lessons in Old-Fashioned Divination
A Seven-Week Teleseminar (Lessons via Group PhoneCalls)

Self-portrait

It was once a common practice to steep tea leaves in the cup from which the tea would be drunk. Did you know “reading” the tea leaves left in a cup after the tea was drunk is a traditional form of divination?

Learn prognostication in a cup—divination about finance, romance, life path, and almost anything else.

Divination gives you the witchy advantage of knowing more of what’s going on in and around you. Then you can make better choices and be more successful in your personal and work life. I use divination about everything from family issues to shamanic journeys to marketing plans to creative self-expression.

Look into a teacup to see the present, past, and future. Read for yourself and for others.

And we won’t stop there. I’ll show you how my methods for reading tea leaves can be applied to reading almost anything else, e.g., Tarot cards, cars passing you on the street, the weather.

You’ll also experience divination as not only fortune-telling but also as guidance from the Divine about worldly and spiritual affairs.

Anyone can do my approach to reading, and you don’t have to learn traditional symbols or standard interpretations. Many individuals have learned my approach, and they got the knack of it quickly. You’re actually doing divination within a lesson or two. No experience needed. Divination is part of our human heritage, so you have the ability to do it whether you realize that or not.

Reading tea leaves is an easy, fun, and fast way to start learning my divination methods, so makes a great jumping off point for you to comfortably learn how apply those methods to reading Tarot cards, a bird that flies overhead, a feather fallen to the ground, or most anything else in your environment.

Lessons are held via teleseminar (a group phone call). Just dial your phone to participate.

We meet seven Thursdays, 6:00 to 7:00 pm EST, starting October 18. The meetings occur consecutive weeks, except we’ll skip November 22 for those with familial Thanksgiving obligations. Please reserve Thurs Dec 13, same time, for a makeup class, in case I’m unavailable for one of the planned sessions.

Tuition is $250. Your service provider might charge you for the call. No refunds.

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A few days before the event, you receive event details by email.

If you need more info, or want to discuss payment plan, scholarship, or trade, call me: 814-337-2490.

This course is in honor of and in gratitude to Antoinette Marie, my mom. She’s in photograph below. She read tea leaves and playing cards, and was an amazing psychic. Toni, all blessings.

Paper Cutting and Candle Magic

Papercutting, Horned God, FDG, 1994

I find folk art intrinsically magical. And I find the art of papercutting wondrous in and of itself: I am amazed that something as humble as an old piece of paper can be recycled—using nothing more than a pair of scissors—into an object of beauty. I just can’t get enough of it.

I may not always be good at it, but I love doing it. I’ve filled my home—and that of my friends’—with paper cuttings since the 70s, if not earlier.

I also came up with a way paper cutting can augment the power of candle magic. Here it is:

1) Choose a magical goal—e.g. love, money, confidence.

2) Choose a simple symbol or symbols of your magical goal. E.g. a heart for a love spell. I often like to do more than one spell on a candle at a time. The house blessing candle below is also in remembrance of my mom; she read playing cards; so, in addition to symbols that represent houseblessing for me, I also chose the shapes of the suits in her honor.

A House Blessing

Optional: Also add symbols you find powerful, just to add more “juice” to the spell. For example, in the cutting to the left, I added a seven pointed star.

3) Cut the symbol(s) into a piece of paper that will wrap around the glass container of a seven-day candle. Use fancy paper, plain paper, newspaper, a pretty page from a mag, whatever.

When doing this kind of papercutting, I usually am not concerned about making it fancy or artistically “right.” I might make a quick rough cutting, instead of the more laborious precise efforts I made for the above Horned God cutting. I can be a perfectionist when making that sort of cutting but, when cutting for candle magic, I usually prefer ease—to just have fun, keep it simple, unless I feel like taking time on making it ornate and “just so” visually.

4) Wrap your glass container, fastening the ends of the paper together with a bit of tape.

Be safe: Do not let the paper wrapping extend even to the lip of the glass container; do not wrap paper directly around a candle itself; do not leave a candle burning unattended.

4) Light your candle as you make a wish for your goal. That’s it! Simple, fun, powerful, and a chance to be creative.

Another example: For a money spell, I cut the word “cash” into paper. Here is the paper cutting before I wrapped it around the candle.

Below is the paper cutting for my above house blessing, laid out flat. (It is the reverse side so, being a magazine page, has entirely different print on it.)

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