Open the gates to the Celtic Otherworld with this inspiring new Tarota vivid and powerful, 78-card deck painted through direct inspiration from the Sidhe, (pronounced Shee), the ancient Gaelic name for the Faery race. The Sidhe take us beyond popular images of flower fairies, to a deeply magickal and spiritual set of images that take Tarot reading to a deeper level and may be used for meditation, magick, and more. Connecting with the Sidhe at this time may help you reconnect with inner powers of the primal Earth and bring healing to the land around you. The cards use original, non-derivatory symbolism and potent imagery within traditional Tarot structure. This Faery deck is born from shamanic techniques and can help you build a stronger connection with their realm. If you wish to strengthen your intuition and perception of the Otherworld, then this is the deck for you. Descriptions, meanings, and keywords are explored. There are also channeled oracle messages received from the beings on the cards.
The Essays, Meditations, Art and Poetry of Emily Carding
Author: Emily Carding
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This inspiring collection brings together writings which have previously been scattered across various anthologies and magazines and also includes material that has never before been published. Within these pages you will find essays from both a mystical and an academic viewpoint, poetry, meditations and even a piece of ritual theatre. if you are interested in Tarot, Faery, symbolic art, Ancient Gods or an esooteric approach to Shakespeare, there is something in here for you.
From the author of the Green Witchcraft series comes a unique approach to using the Tarot as a spiritual tool for channeling energy and communicating with the Divine. Utilizing themes and images from Natural Witchcraft, this book takes readers step by step through the Major and Minor arcana. Illustrations.
Brought to you by internationally renowned Tarot artist and author Emily Carding and her loyal canine companion, Albus Dumbledog, Simple Wisdom of the Household Dog is a lighthearted and accessible tool of divination. Learn from the day-to-day experiences of one household pet, and see how his simple wisdom can shed light on our complex modern lives. See the world through a dog's eyes in the 44 expressive black and white photographs featured on these unique cards. Read Albus's humorous yet profound insights in his own words, along with additional commentary from his human owner, giving a fresh perspective on daily life. The guide also includes a foreword by the well-known Tarot author and teacher, and good friend of Albus, Barbara Moore. And in the words of Albus: "I may not be an ascended indigo dolphin archangel from Atlantis, but I know a thing or two about what's important in life!"
An illuminating exploration of Ireland’s ancient dark goddess—the beloved “phantom queen” of the Celtic world—with practices for modern-day devotees. The Morrigan is one of Pagan Ireland’s most famous--and notorious--goddesses. Her name translated as “phantom queen” or “great queen,” the Morrigan is famous for being a goddess of war, witchcraft and death, protection and retribution. This book also explores her patronage of motherhood, healing, shapeshifting, and the land. Classified among the Sidhe (fairies), the Morrigan dates back at least to Ireland’s Iron Age, but she is as modern as she is ancient―enjoying a growing contemporary and global following. Author Courtney Weber provides a guide for the modern devotee of this complex, mysterious goddess that encompasses practical veneration with modern devotionals, entwined with traditional lore and Irish-Celtic history.
The spirit of Shandy visits Pamela's dreams in hopes of reconciling with his sister, Fay, before he leaves the earth forever. With a tragic past of betrayal, cruelty and eventual friendship, Shandy will do whatever it takes to make peace with the sister who's the cause of his unexpected death. Amongst these cries of lost love and unfinished business from visiting spirits, the poignant past of our Tarot Cafe owner unfolds. In a life rich with aiding spirits caught in her human world, is Pamela's only solace found in death?
Within every human as within the whole of creation, there exist major fundamental directive and working energetic programmes. Some call these massive force fields of influence the Archetypes, whilst others call them Morphological Fields. Ancient cultures recognised them as their Gods & Goddesses. These force fields define the blueprints for the building blocks of matter as well as the actual mechanisms or "technology" which operate throughout the Cosmos. To understand these Fundamental force fields is to understand the Energy Blueprint from which the Cosmos is both structured & driven. Some call the sum of these Force fields ; the "Mind of God". These fundamental energy fields are perhaps best understood, as the "bits" of Prime Creator (Great Spirit) & the "parts of soul" within humans, plants, animals, & the elements throughout creation. As you read Book 1 and Book 2 describing the Major Archetypes of Creation, you will gain a profound understanding of yourself & the force field which permeates the very "Stuff of Creation". The content within these 2 books is divided into four" stand-alone parts" which allow you the reader the freedom to explore any single group of archetypes in any order you wish. Included, are sections for those who wish to use the Vibrational Essences & Elixirs which are designed to activate & enhance these same Archetypal Energies within you should you wish it. The material is channeled & may at times break grammatical rules. Just read as is you will understand the reason.
Every good reference book is both a product and a reflection of its time. The Dictionary of Magic & Mystery is not just another compendium or dictionary of occultism: it is a jumping-off point for further research. Here, the reader will find the ancient and modern interpretation for magical and mystical terms, together with explanations for the differences between the varied (and often conflicting) approaches to magic.
This is the complete four-book collection of The Tarot Witches, a New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series. There are seventy-eight cards in a tarot deck, and each card has been appearing in the mailbox of a different witch. Each one bears a message for the unlucky recipient, and it brooks a warning: fix your life and earn power beyond imagining, or lose everything you care about. Werewolves are drawn to the scent of these tarot witches, driven to bond and protect them. The desire to mate cannot be conquered. And entire packs will rise and fall for the love of the tarot witches... Book One: Caged Wolf Book Two: Forbidden Witches Book Three: Winter Court Book Four: Summer Court
Sometimes a bit of magical help might cost more than you bargained for ... London is hosting the Carnival Fantastique, and Genny's job has never been busier or more fulfilling. Only not everyone is so happy. Genny believed she'd cracked the fae's infertility curse ... but the fae are still barren. It's a devastating plight to which the mysterious Emperor may have the solution - if Genny can find him. She needs help. She turns to the vampire Malik al-Khan, only to find he's wrestling with his own demons and, when the police request Genny's assistance with a magical kidnap, her own problems multiply too. Is it all unconnected, or can the Emperor help her solve more than the fae's infertility? Soon Genny is hard on his trail, so it seems she'll have a chance to ask ... but will the answer cost more than she's willing to pay?