Foxfire: The Kitsune Oracle

$23.95

Lucy Cavendish

Meredith Dillman

45 Cards and 144 Page Guidebook

2 in stock

Description

You are about to enter a magickal realm of cherry blossoms, talking gingko plants, dragons and elves. In this enchanted land, there exists the most ancient of powers – Foxfire. The guardians of Foxfire are the remarkable Kitsune, the legendary shape-shifting foxes.  In ancient Eastern spirituality, the Kitsune work with the Shinto deity Inari. Loyal, wise and very clever, Kitsune bring good fortune, abundance and sage advice for all matters of the mind, body, and soul. Practical and mystical, the Kitsune will weave their protective energies around you, bringing you peace and prosperity.

Work with this charming deck and you’ll discover the Kitsunes’ unique and fascinating gifts and you’ll receive their blessings. Give yourself clear, compassionate readings filled with messages of insight and inspiration.

Featuring the imaginative work of fantasy artist Meredith Dillman, and written by Lucy Cavendish, this delightful deck is your passport to a strange and wonderful world of transformation, adventure and mysticism.

Foxfire: The Kitsune Oracle features 45 stunning cards, and an in-depth, beautifully written guidebook of 144 pages, featuring clear instructions, layouts and card messages.

Lucy Cavendish (Sydney, Australia) is the cocreator of seventeen oracle decks, including Alice: The Wonderland Oracle, Blessed Be Cards, and The Faery Forest Oracle. She is a founding member of the Goddess Association in Australia.

Meredith Dillman, from her website:  “I am an artist deeply inspired by fantasy and fairy tales. Like many artists I have been drawing ever since childhood and loved drawing fairies, mythical creatures and woodland animals. All those things continue to inspire me. My Inspirations grew to include everything from art history, to the petals and leaves of plants on forest floor.  During my art schooling I explored the school library where I dove into books on the Pre-Raphaelites, Art Nouveau, and turn of the century illustrations. I had the chance to study in Japan and spent my spare time drawing manga inspired comics.”