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the Halloween Oracle

Experience the Scariest Night of the Year Every Night.

Unleash your inner monster and trick-or-treat your way into a connection with the most magical and scary night of the year: Halloween!

Festivals of the Dead like Halloween have been celebrated for thousands of years across many different world cultures. They serve to honour those who have passed and to celebrate death as a natural part of life and an opportunity to welcome in a new beginning. During Samhain, the ancient Celtic festival from which Halloween originates, the veil between this world and the next was believed to be at its thinnest and so since the very beginning, Halloween has been an occasion for effective and potent divination – a chance to connect with ‘the other side’ or get a glimpse into your future.

Now you can harness the eerie power of Halloween every night of year, encountering black cats, vampires, zombies, witches, werewolves, jack-o’-lanterns, skeletons, mummies and characters from the Mexican Day of the Dead tradition including Lady de los Muertos, exquisite candy skulls and more!

Each of the 36 richly illustrated cards has an accompanying meaning in the guidebook that features rhyming couplets like those used in ancient storytelling as well as a message of divination for you based on an aspect of Halloween tradition.

Specs
  • Boxed Set
  • 36 cards 
  • 80 page Guidebook
Creator

Stacey Demarco

 

Stacey Demarco is an internationally respected spiritual practitioner, Metaphysicist, Witch, author and teacher who hails from Sydney, Australia. Her passion is to make practical magic accessible to everyone and to reconnect people with the power of nature.

Artist

Jimmy Manton

Jimmy Manton is an award-winning illustrator who has provided artwork for numerous Blue Angel publications. While he has been drawing since his little opposable thumbs allowed him to grasp a pen, he has been obsessed with all things sci-fi and fantasy. It runs in the family, too. Jimmy was named after James T Kirk, Star Trek’s indomitable captain of the USS Enterprise. For the last few years Jimmy concentrated on studying architecture and also the art of architectural model building. Jimmy’s work is featured in magazines including international architectural and gaming titles. He is based in Melbourne, Australia.

 

 

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