Saturday, December 31, 2016

Dreams and Nightmares Oracle of the NIght by Lucia Review

This oracle deck comes in a box, which opens to reveal the cards snuggled in a styrofoam like cushion, which is really firm, they arrived safe and sound!  The cards themselves are very, very
different from anything I have ever seen before.

The cards are 3 and half inches square.  They are not real thick, but they don't need to be.  My intuitive reaction was these want to be pulled, not shuffled,  I dare say you could shuffle them easily.
The cards in the picture above - the first card says "Constant renewal of values guarantees their future".    The picture card is an owl and white feather with a white candle.

The back of the box says:
     This exclusive oracle set includes 54 picture cards as well as 54 text cards.  If you are looking for answers to your questions these 108 cards will give you all the information you need.  Just pick two cards, one showing a picture and the other one providing some text.
      Lucia, an Austrian shaman, is the creator of this oracle, which was inspired by her very own shamanic journeys and personal visions.

Lucia's site

Her website is in German.  If you are using Chrome, you can right click and choose translate.

to purchase oracle deck

The picture above -  the two text cards say "The world is not a supermarket what you get cheaply you will pay for dearly."   and "Through thought and doubt a house was never built".
As a side note-  I didn't pull these, I just split the text pile and picture pile in half, and took a picture.
Oddly enough, both these texts relate to either myself or something someone I know is dealing with.  The pictures are (top) a white butterfly, white rose and lightening.  The bottom picture is a bright blood red chair sitting in the middle of what at first glance appeared to be a city, then rubble, then  I saw it was a graveyard.   So you see how this oracle works.  It really does interact with your subconscious through the pictures.

The images are really dreamy - they make you 'feel' the journey..  I believe they are going to be really great to mediate on and enter into a journey with.
The texts are small phrases that can mean a number of things, the point is to think about them, and match them with the picture you pull.

This is a really unique idea, and I truthfully do not know of any other deck out there that is anything like it.   I advise grabbing yours while you can!

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