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Goddess Guidance Oracle Cards Cards – September 1, 2004
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If you find these cards don't work for you as oracle cards, you have 44 beautiful frameable-quality works of art. The goddesses in the deck (okay some of these aren't goddesses, they're archetypes) are: Abundantia, Aeracura, Aine, Aphrodite, Artemis, Athena, Bast, Brigit, Butterfly Maiden, Cordelia, Coventina, Damara, Dana, Diana, Eireen, Freyja, Green Tara, Guinevere, Hathor, Ishtar, Iris, Isolt, Ixchel, Kali, Kuan Yin, Lakshmi, Maat, Maeve, Mary Magdalene, Mawu, Mother Mary, Nemetona, Oonagh, Ostara, Pele, Rhiannon, Sarasvati, Sedna, Sekhmet, Sige, Sulis, Vesta, White Tara, Yemanya.
A friend used my deck to do a reading for me, and it was helpful. I haven't done a reading for myself yet, so I can't comment on that. To me, the cards feel inherently . . . "squeaky clean" or "sanitized." For that reason, they would be good for preteen and teen girls: no energy issues and lots of positive images of powerful women.
I don't know that I'm inspired to use this in many readings, but as a collector, I'm quite satisfied.
The paper is nice. They have gold edging, which is pretty. And they are a good size for the hands.