The Angel Oracle (Card & Book Set)

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The Angel Oracle (Card & Book Set) by Ambika Wauters

Working with the Angels for Guidance, Inspiration and Love.

On the Back of the Deck
Angels have the power to touch every one of us with their protection, guidance and eternal love. With the Angel Oracle you now you have the means to access this divine wisdom.

The 36 beautifully illustrated angel cards - one for each of the angels in the heavenly realm - offer clarity of thought, knowledge and insight to help you with everyday problems as well as the major challenges of life.

There is nothing negative or unsettling about the readings from the angel cards: each offers positive aspects of love and healing energy for all situations. The accompanying illustrated book gives a full commentary for each card and shows how easy the system is to use.

Open your heart to the Angel Oracle and open yourself to life.

Pack Contains: 36 Cards and 112 Page Book.

Size of Cards: 90 x 130 mm

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  • 5
    I'd Thoroughly Recommend This

    Posted by Claire on 18th Feb 2008

    I own several Tarot decks (the White Cat is my favourite) but just have to leave a note about The Angel Oracle. Not only does the set look and feel gorgeous with its extra big glossy cards and beautiful artwork, but the readings are genuinely astounding (there's one particular reading I've done several times over the last year and the same 3 cards have come out every time - and they make perfect sense). As previous reviewers have said, you don't need any special knowledge to use them, but boy do they work! I've also slept with these under my pillow on a few 'needful' occasions and had very psychic dreams. If you're wary of the Tarot or in need of help and reassurance, then I'd thoroughly recommend The Angel Oracle (especially if you are a Christian or had a Christian upbringing, as you'll find it very easy to connect with).

  • 4
    Interesting to Use

    Posted by C. Penman on 4th Feb 2005

    A divinatory system based on angels has both advantages and disadvantages. For a start, calling upon angelic assistance is for many instantly familiar, an almost instinctive response that goes back to our earliest childhood. For those new to divination it is a much more reassuring prospect than what could be the initially alarming symbols of the Tarot. In the oracle’s instruction book Ambika Wauters says a young friend of hers, aged 12, told her she loved angels 'because they were absolutely safe'. Indeed, the tone throughout is unbroken love and guidance. Our personal guiding angel is 'always there for us', Ambika points out. However this very positive attitude itself tends for a sameness of tone rather than a lot of light and dark. This oracle aims to always give you good advice, it'll never give you bad news.

    The cards themselves tend to be very similar, in this regard. I found differentiating between some of them more a matter of subtle nuances than of strikingly opposed forces. More accustomed to Tarot symbolism, I was inclined to dismiss as 'well-intentioned' therefore, until a trial reading, that is. I was quite surprised at just how appropriate the meanings showed themselves to be. The unmitigated positive approach is unavoidably uplifting and reassuring (yes, the restaurant may be ablaze but you are being calmly ushered, in good time, towards the fire exits by those polite, smiling waiters). An interesting experience that leaves you calm and upbeat about life.

    Kate Bush (a fairly heavenly being herself to some, it would appear) put it, as she called for protection and guidance on her last album, the Red Shoes: 'Gabriel before me, Raphael behind me, Michael to my right, Uriel on my left side...' That’s good enough for me!