- Cards: 216 pages
- Publisher: Lifestyles; Tcr Crds/P edition (November 15, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1401940447
- ISBN-13: 978-1401940447
- Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 5.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 414 customer reviews
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Energy Oracle Cards: A 53-Card Deck and Guidebook Cards – November 15, 2013
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Its an interesting deck and the best way to describe it would be associating it as an oracle deck that reads like a tarot deck. There, of course, are some exceptions as it has chakra/archangel cards, a mixture of major and minor arcana themed cards (not all of the cards, but enough of them), and a spattering of court cards (however you do not see the wands court suite represented).
The artwork reminds you of Colette Baron Reid's The Enchanted Map Oracle. Actually I wouldn't be surprised if its the same artist. It is computer graphics, almost a 2D hologram effect (not 3D). There is a soft touch to the choice of colors, pastels and brilliant earth tone colors (like good, tan, green, etc.). A lot of gold, tan, and soft blues throughout this deck with an occasional splash of red here and there. The artwork is pretty. I reserve gorgeous/beautiful in describing some of the artwork in other oracle decks (ie Toni Carmine Salerno's Magdalene Oracle, etc.). There is nothing in this deck, in terms of art, that would be offensive unless you find Fabio looking "Man Holding A Coin" offensive. This deck artwork also reminds me of The Starseed Tarot, but moreso better described by The Enchanted Map Oracle. The card images follow well with the card description.
The guidebook is about 170 pages long and include a few spreads:
- One Card Pull
- Three Card Spread
- Seven Card Cross
- Nine Card Spread
- The Road
I haven't used any of the spreads other than the usual 3 card spread I use for almost any deck.
Here are the card descriptors:
Man Holding A Coin
Goddess of the Moon
6th Chakra/Archangel Metatron
The Garden and the Gate
2nd Chakra/Archangel Ariel
Rest and Rejuvenation
The Temple Path
Ange of Strength
All Tied Up
The Thinking Man
Angel of Balance
Man Holding A Heart
7th Chakra Archangel Uriel
The Thinking Woman
Door To Spirit
Woman Holding A Heart
1st Chakra/Archangel Michael
Door To Romance
Magician and the Mirror
Door to Personal Healing and Happiness
Woman Holding A Coin
Healer of the Ages
5th Chakra/Archangel Gabriel
Angel of Love
Door to Value
4th Chakra/Archangel Raphael
3rd Chakra/Archangel Chamuel
The chakra/archangel cards kind of beffudle me, as I am not sure what to do with them in a reading. They pop up and I think ??? The more I use the deck whenever I see such cards I indicate it as blockages that need to be worked on. Or maybe one can remove the chakra/archangel cards from the deck and use them alone for chakra readings/balancing. I guess there's a mysticism to the cards as I think angels are assigned to different body parts in some jewish beliefs, so maybe that is the reason between the association of the archangels with the chakras. I'm still trying to learn how to smoothly incorporate the interpretation of those cards into my readings.
I find this deck to be inspired by The Psychic Oracle or the Oracle Tarot in its foundation. However, these named decks did not celebrate the use of court cards, while the Energy Oracle Cards does. If you enjoy using either The Psychic Oracle or the Oracle Tarot, I think Energy Oracle Cards would be a great addition. If you are a tarot enthusiast who is trying to bridge a gap between the usage of oracle cards, I think you will be really impressed with this deck. I love the fact its so accurate.
1. The artwork is pretty good, not the best I've seen but good. The pictures are involved and have lot of meaning in them which you will see from the descriptions in the book. Each element means something. It is not JUST a picture.
2. Each card has a right side up and reverse meaning. I love this and don't have this with any of my other oracle decks. It gives a lot of insight into the meaning of the car.
3. The book is detailed and each card has a lot of information.
I just love these and each reading has been completely spot on. A must get for anyone interested in reading oracle cards.
And my favorite is how the images are so vibrant, vivid, well illustrated with a nice glossy finish to them. The size of the cards is the normal size you would get for an oracle card. I trimmed my cards for better shuffling. That really depends on you. Inexpensive and an overall a very good buy. You won't regret buying this deck.
It has been one of my Go-To oracle decks for daily draw and deeper personal readings.It has never failed me and very, very accurate. One example was about a recent job interview. The card Door To Value and Cornucopia were in the 3-card reading. Door To Value is like the ultimate yes to your financial, job, work situation - it is the solution to your problem and the YES to it. Cornucopia is about abundance and new beginnings. A sort of nudge from the Universe telling you that, "You've been blessed by me. Now here's my gift to you."
I gifted one to a friend and got one for myself. That's how good this oracle deck is.