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.

My Wonderful Students

My long-term shamanic students are the best people. It’s such a gift to have them as my fellow seekers.

I celebrate them today by introducing you to three of them and the remarkable work they do in their respective fields.

sarah_photoSarah Josey—see above photo—is a Clinical Herbalist, Nutritionist, and Sacred Living instructor. She says she’s “passionate about helping people achieve health through natural means and supporting people on their life path towards overall wellness and happiness.”

Sarah started studying with me before entering her profession. I had the joy of watching this dynamic, young woman grow into her career. I try to empower my students, but it is up to them to take the ball and run with it. Sarah has definitely done that.

She owns an herbal apothecary in Fort Collins, CO, and also spends part of her year in Fairbanks, AK. Check out her work at SarahJosey.com.

I spend as much time as possible in trance because I love it, but I also believe my shamanic classes should create concrete results, improving all aspects of someone’s life. So it’s always a joy to work with someone who’s multifaceted. Kathy Crabbe, who is wrapping up a two-year shamanic training with me, is an artist, illustrator, writer, and soul reader, and lives in Southern California in an adobe style home she and her husband built.

Here’s Kathy:
kathy-crabbe-bio-pickAlong with her impressive list of talents is Kathy’s commitment to using her gifts in service to community.

Kathy blogs at kathycrabbe.com/blog

A spirit portrait I painted of Rommy Driks gives a sense of this writer who has studied with me for eight years:
starfirestargazermergedRommy says of her blog, “I create strange brews of urban myth and faerie tales, while grooving to good music and sipping better tea. Stop by and enjoy a cuppa and a story.”

That’s a modest self-description, considering her writing is truly original, exquisitely crafted, and conveys important ideas. I thoroughly relish her “strange brews.”

Check out Rommy’s work at http://kestrilsrhythmsandgroove.blogspot.com/

I am blessed to be surrounded by exceptional people.

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