Oracle of the Dragonfae (New Revised Edition) by Lucy Cavendish
About the Deck
In the not so faraway past, we were Gods and Goddesses...we dwelt in dimensional lands...Eden, Avalon, Ys, Atlantis and Mu...we were fully alive and fully magickal. We worked, loved and lived with all the elemental beings...but as time wore on, we were torn away from our strongest, most protective kin, the Dragonfae. Now they are returning to help us heal ourselves and save this sacred planet. This deck is a dimensional portal to allow them to re-enter our realm and deliver their powerful messages of love, healing and protection for a new generation of magickal beings...
Welcome to this journey through a world that has for too long been hidden from all but the most courageous of searchers and mystics. Within these pages, and on each of these magickal cards, you will be introduced to and given messages and wisdom from the boundless world of the Dragonfae, a world which is now ready to be seen by your eyes and experienced by your heart.
When we connect with the Dragonfae, we reconnect with the lost parts of ourselves, allowing us to fully explore the gift of life on this beautiful planet. They help us to access knowledge from deep within and reconnect us with the knowingness that we are all one.
New edition features artwork by Ravynne Phelan, Selina Fenech, Jimmy Manton, Toni Carmine Salerno and more.
Pack Includes: 43-Card Deck and 164 Page Guidebook
Card Size: Approximately 9.5 x 14 cm (3.8 x 5.5").
More About the Symbol of the Dragon
Western dragons are seen as being distinctly different from their Eastern counterparts. Legends originating in European countries portray dragons as giant winged fire-breathing creatures that are usually feared by humans. Many stories tell of men who battle against all obstacles to fight the scary dragons, get past them and gain access to the riches and wealth hidden in dragon dens. The epic hero, Beowulf, is just one example of someone who attempted to fight a treasure-guarding dragon - although in his case he failed and was killed. The defining characteristic of a Western dragon symbol is that it represents power. Having an image of a Western dragon can help in expressing feelings of self-esteem, but they're also popular with dragon fans.
More About Lucy Cavendish
Lucy Cavendish is a natural born witch who works with the elemental and celestial realms. She works magic every day of her life, embracing it as a creed for personal fulfilment and happiness, and as a belief system that sees us as part of nature, and thus gives us all the motivation to respect and revere and delight in our unique experience here on Planet Earth. She created Witchcraft magazine in 1992, the first magazine of its kind in the world. She is a feature writer for Spellcraft Magazine, Spheres, and has appeared in anthologies like Disinformation's Pop Goes The Witch! She appears regularly on mainstream and alternative television and radio, explaining the Craft and demonstrating magicks and the power of intuition. She is a founding member of the Goddess Association in Australia. Lucy currently lives in Sydney, Australia, with her daughter, and their menagerie of plants, animal companions, spirit beings and beloved elementals.
More About Blue Angel Publishing
Blue Angel Publishing is an Australian-based global publishing and recording company that produces beautiful publications, such as oracle & tarot cards, music and meditations CD's, art prints and other products within the Mind-Body-Spirit Field. Starting as a specialist bookstore and art gallery in 1997, their first publication was Toni Carmine Salerno's Universal Love Oracle. Since then, in 2001 they quickly evolved into a global publishing company; as well as owning a small boutique, they are now an independent publishing house and many of their publications have been translated into over 15 languages. With a collection of talented and creative artists on board, their aim is to inspire people with their gifts. 'Our heart's desire is to offer people hope, to offer both worldly and spiritual guidance for their lives'.
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