Mythic Oracle Wisdom of the Ancient Greek Pantheon
The mythic figures of ancient Greece offer wisdom and guidance for the future in this illustrated collection of forty-five oracle cards and an in-depth guidebook.As exciting as they are insightful, the Greek gods, Titans, heroes, and magical beings More...
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List Price: $19.99
Publisher: Simon Pulse/Beyond Words
Binding: Flash Cards
Size: 5.25" wide x 6.75" long x 1.50" tall
The mythic figures of ancient Greece offer wisdom and guidance for the future in this illustrated collection of forty-five oracle cards and an in-depth guidebook.As exciting as they are insightful, the Greek gods, Titans, heroes, and magical beings of theMythic Oracledeck reflect the many aspects of human nature, and it is through their stories that we can better understand ourselves. The bold fantasy styling of theMythic Oraclegoes beyond traditional serious tarot cards to offer fascinating entertainment and real guidance in matters of love, creativity, family, and fulfillment through the ancient, eternal wisdom of Greek mythology.Now, you can gain deeper understanding into what is happening in your life, what is needed, and what comes next. Author Carisa Mellado leads you on a discovery of the myths and their interpretations and instructs you on how to give accurate and powerful readings for yourself and others. With forty-five beautifully illustrated cards and a straightforward guidebook, you can begin moving through life’s challenges with clarity and confidence. Face the future. Find your courage. And let theMythic Oracleguide you on your own epic journey.
In addition to working as a professional tarot-card reader, Carisa Mellado is co-creator of the best selling Ask An Angel oracle cards. A gifted musician and composer, Mellado has also composed music for several soundtracks and meditation CDs.
As a self-taught artist, Michele-lee Phelan has developed her own uniquely bold, colorful style. As a professional illustrator, she has provided artwork for several publications, including the Oracle Of The Dragonfae by Lucy Cavendish, and for her own book, Dreams of Magic.