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The Druid Animal Oracle

Working with the Sacred Animals of the Druid Tradition
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Tarot + Oracle Card Set
Publisher: 
Simon & Schuster
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February, 1995
ISBN:
9780671503000
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3
$32.50 CAD
Banyen's Description: 

The Druids, like the Native Americans, revered animals as sacred guides, guardians, and protectors.  Today, Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm, Chief and Scribe of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, have created a set of 33 beautifully illustrated sacred animal cards from which one can gain powerful insight into one’s life situation and receive positive guidance for the future. 

The Druid Animal Oracle comes with its own cloth for card spreads, a 176-page book presenting interpretations and traditional Celtic animal lore, and of course, the cards themselves: finely detailed “picture book quality” illustrations of animals native to the Druid’s world.

Akin to the Medicine Cards but drawn from the wellspring of ancient Celtic tradition, The Druid Animal Oracle includes thirty-three creatures, a few of whom are Stag, Boar, Owl, Frog, Raven, Adder, Sow, Salmon, Bee, Otter, Wren, Seal, and four Dragons (one for each element).

When we let go of believing we are superior, we open ourselves to the experience of living in the community of nature—being a part of it, not separate from it. We are welcomed back into the circle we never really left, except in our delusion. The Round Table is made complete again. In Druidry, we come together in circles—seated in a circle around the fire, in a circle of stones or a grove of trees. And as we do this, we come to experience that we are in communion not just with our present-day physical companions, but with the spirits of the animals and trees, the stones and the stars, with our ancestors and our children and the children who will come when we have long passed into the Summerlands. Looking up into the night sky, we sense the animal spirits looking down on us—and we understand why the ancient Greeks named the circle of the constellations the zodiac—which means “the circle of living animals.”

Publisher’s Description: 

Bring the Power of Ancient Druid Wisdom into Your Life

You are holding a source of great power and influence -- the wisdom of the animal world drawn from the wellspring of ancient Celtic tradition. The Druids, like the Native Americans, revered animals as sacred guides, guardians and protectors. Today, the book and beautiful card set of The Druid Animal Oracle can bring healing and will help you draw strength from its intuitive knowledge. From the interpretations of the card spreads and the animal lore given, you will gain powerful insights into your life-situation and receive positive guidance for the future. Authors Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm, who live in England, are Chief and Scribe of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, one of the largest international Druid groups.

Bring the Power of Ancient Druid Wisdom into Your Life

You are holding a source of great power and influence -- the wisdom of the animal world drawn from the wellspring of ancient Celtic tradition. The Druids, like the Native Americans, revered animals as sacred guides, guardians and protectors. Today, the book and beautiful card set of The Druid Animal Oracle can bring healing and will help you draw strength from its intuitive knowledge. From the interpretations of the card spreads and the animal lore given, you will gain powerful insights into your life-situation and receive positive guidance for the future. Authors Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm, who live in England, are Chief and Scribe of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, one of the largest international Druid groups.

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