Mists of Avalon Oracle Cards
Connect with the ancient Goddess and wisdoms of Avalon, now veiled to mortal eyes. These truly magical cards take you on a journey to the ancient, shrouded realm of Avalon, helping you reconnect with Camelot's Royal Court of Kings, Queens, Knights, Mystics and Goddesses of those legendary times, now evoked in contemporary Glastonbury.
Mists of Avalon invites you on a sacred spiritual path to heal and awaken to your full potential. Uncover the myth of King Arthur and the Camelot story as you connect to the magic of Morgan le Fay. Feel the spiritual power of the mystic landscape of Glastonbury and its surrounds, once the site of Avalon, revered since ancient times as a gateway to the Otherworld.
This stunning deck captures the true essence of the mystery of Avalon, empowering you to self-discovery on your soul quest. It is a transformational experience for those who are ready to follow their true spiritual path in the ways of the Avalon goddesses and priestesses. Call on the energy of Avalon to provide insight, clarity and guidance for your life now and to illuminate the way forward. Become part of the magic and myth of Avalon!
About the Author
Rose Inserra is the author of Dream Reading Cards, Dreams (Jan 2015) and Dream Journal (April 2015), published by Rockpool Publishing, and of the Dictionary of Dreams, which sold over 500,000 copies worldwide. She has also written over 60 children's books, which are published internationally. Rose is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and appears regularly as a columnist in print media and as a guest speaker on radio. Author Location: Melbourne, Australia. Nadia Turner is an Australian Illustrator and Artist who creates wayward wonders out of a little studio up in the Dandenong
About the Illustrator
Ranges just outside of Melbourne, Australia. She works in several mediums, including acrylic on wood and canvas, ink and watercolour, paper and textile collage. Her influences stream from many areas, from the art of the surrealists, especially that of Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington, the Pre-Raphaelites, traditional folk art, various children's books and of course, ancient myth, symbolism and legends. "I am fascinated by other worlds and other cultures. In my work I am trying to capture a moment in a character's life and evoke a sense of otherworldliness. Just like when you look at an old photograph, I want you to wonder.... who are these creatures...what worlds do they live in...and what are their dreams?" Nadia is trying to bring a little bit more magic back into the world.