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The Moon Oracle (Cards) (edition 2000)

by Caroline Smith, John Astrop (Author)

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Title:The Moon Oracle (Cards)
Authors:Caroline Smith
Other authors:John Astrop (Author)
Info:St. Martin's Press (2000), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 128 pages +72 cds.
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The Moon Oracle: Let the Phases of the Moon Guide Your Life by Caroline Smith

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Interesting deck. The system is a bit complicated, but it does have a time component which most other oracle or tarot decks do not (much to the consternation of clients everywhere, "But WHEN will that happen????"). The artwork is quite pretty, but rather... I dunno, minimalist compared to my usual tastes. The colors are nice & soft. ( )
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