Look to the heart of a primeval forest where deep ancestral wisdom lies to help make sense of your world today. Based on seasonal rhythms and ancient festivals, The Wildwood Tarot gift set draws inspiration from pre-Celtic mythology and shamanic mysteries. This stunning new tarot card deck introduces us to classic forest archetypes—including the Green Man and Woman, Archer, and Blasted Oak--and explains how to use them as a meditation system, divinatory oracle, or reference. Will Worthington's powerful pagan images connect us with a long-lost world that can help us make sense of our own. So, step back in time and you'll better understand where your life’s path may lead.
Publisher: Sterling Ethos, Published: July 2011
Boxed 78 cards with a 160-page Book.
Size: 6.2 x 1.3 x 8.5 inches, Weight: 1.55 Lbs.
John Matthews is an award-winning author whose Pirates was a New York Times best seller. His Celtic Warrior Chiefs was a New York Public Library-recommended title for young people and Arthur of Albion won a Gold Medal from NAPPA.
Mark Ryan is a theater, film, and TV actor, who is writing the graphic novel The Pilgrim
Will Worthington will be known to many readers as the artist for The Druid Animal Oracle, but in this new work he has moved from using gouache to tempera – a method favored by the Renaissance artists, using ground minerals and egg yolk. The artwork Will has created is extraordinary - it almost seems to glow, and each card seems to act like a window on a magical world that Will reveals. In the accompanying book Will explains how he worked to create the cards, and the special typeface he designed to illustrate the cards and book. Will Worthington has illustrated the Green Man Tree Oracle, DruidCraft Tarot, and many other books.
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