Evina Schmidova

AUTHOR OF CARD DECKS, FOUNDER OF EVINA CARDS ™

Author of intuitive oracle cards, painter, ceramic sculptor and photographer. She works in mystical Prague, Oslo, London and travels the world. She will publish a seventh oracle decks in fall 2022.

Evina creates entirely new mystical cards that release intuition and the subconsciousness without the need to study complicated instruction manuals or books. She collaborates with her friend, who is a member of an ancient mystical order, known for preserving the oldest mystery traditions, philosophy and myths of about the secrets of the universe and nature.

When Evina was eleven years old, her family bought a seventeenth-century farmstead. She read poetry, but she was mystified by the fact that I understood it thought it was, a language unknown to her, in German, plus written in decorative Schwabacher script. An interest in the mysterious began to awaken in her. Her interest in the mysterious grew into a resolve to gain knowledge, understanding, and skills.

Genres:

Tarot , Oracle

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The Rider Waite Tarot was created by Arthur Edward Waite and Pamela Colman Smith. Both Waite and Colman Smith were members of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a magical and occult society. In March of 1910 William Rider & Son, Ltd. of London publishing the first English tarot deck, that gave rise to the modern tarot.

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Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Four Faces Lenormand Cards I.

LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS, LENORMAND ORACLE CARDS, LENORMAND TAROT

Languages: English, German, French, Czech
Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand (1772–1843) was a French professional fortune-teller. In France, Lenormand is considered the greatest cartomancer of all time, highly influential on the wave of French cartomancy that began in the late 18th century.
Showing psychic potential at the age of 7, and interested by many types of divination from an early age.
Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand won huge fame at some stage in the Napoleonic generation for her fortune-telling capabilities.
Over the years she told the fortunes of many of France’s royal and innovative “elite.” Among her clients had been the Princess de Lamballe, the Superintendent of the Queen Marie Antoinette’s Household; Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, the Comte de Mirabeau; Robespierre, the unwell-fated Deputy of the Committee of Public Safety; the diplomat Talleyrand; Prince Metternich, and Czar Alexander of Russia.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Ancient Mystical Intuitive Oracle Cards II.

ORACLE, ORACLE CARDS, ORACLE DECK, INTUITIVE ORACLE CARDS,

Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech

Ancient mystical intuitive oracle cards develop intuition and creative power of visualization.

Four ways of interpretation:

  1. Intuitively, according to the picture;
  2. According to the card name and description;
  3. By astrological significance, zodiac signs, four elements and letters;
  4. Combined.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards II.

GIPSY CARDS, GYPSY CARDS, KIPPER CARDS, ZIGEUNER WAHRSAGEKARTEN

Language: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Czech

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards deck provides an easy-to-learn method of divination. Each card displays a pictorial illustration of the card’s symbolic meaning to trigger your intuitive powers to get an accurate message or guidance.

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards are based on the divination system attributed to French mystic and fortuneteller Mlle Lenormand, whose the prophetic powers were known throughout Europe.

"There are many signs suggesting that the gypsies were able to translate the symbols on the cards at an early date, soon after they appeared in Europe, and it is certain that for several centuries these nomads have used Playing Cards for telling future, past, or present events, and have done it with so much self-confidence that it would seem that they possessed a key to the occult mysteries."

Prophetical, Educational and Playing Cards By Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer, 1912

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Ancient Mystical Intuitive Oracle Cards I.

ORACLE, ORACLE CARDS, ORACLE DECK, INTUITIVE ORACLE CARDS,

Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech
Ancient mystical intuitive oracle cards develop intuition and creative power of visualization.
Four ways of interpretation: 1. Intuitively, according to the picture; 2. According to the card name and description; 3. By astrological significance, zodiac signs, four elements and letters; 4. Combined.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Grand Etteilla, Tarot Egyptien "Etteilla I"

TAROT, TAROT CARDS, TAROT DECKS

"Etteilla", the pseudonym of Jean Baptiste Alliette (Etteilla is Alliette backwards). Jean-Baptiste Alliette (1738 - 1791), was the French occultist who popularised divination by tarot and was the first professional tarotist in recorded history. Etteilla was the first to issue a revised tarot deck specifically designed for occult purposes (1791).

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards I.

GIPSY CARDS, GYPSY CARDS, KIPPER CARDS, ZIGEUNER WAHRSAGEKARTEN

Language: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Czech

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards deck provides an easy-to-learn method of divination. Each card displays a pictorial illustration of the card’s symbolic meaning to trigger your intuitive powers to get an accurate message or guidance.

Bohemian Gipsy Oracle Cards are based on the divination system attributed to French mystic and fortuneteller Mlle Lenormand, whose the prophetic powers were known throughout Europe.

"There are many signs suggesting that the gypsies were able to translate the symbols on the cards at an early date, soon after they appeared in Europe, and it is certain that for several centuries these nomads have used Playing Cards for telling future, past, or present events, and have done it with so much self-confidence that it would seem that they possessed a key to the occult mysteries."

Prophetical, Educational and Playing Cards By Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer, 1912

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

She was the most beautiful and best beloved of all the goddesses, and while in Germany she was identified with Frigga, in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland she was considered a separate divinity.

Although goddess of love, Freya was not soft and pleasure-loving only, for the ancient Northern races said that she had very Queen of the martial tastes, and that as Valfreya she often led Valkyrs. She was therefore often represented with corselet and helmet, shield and spear, only the lower part of her body being clad in the usual flowing feminine garb.

As goddess of beauty, Freya was very fond of the toilet, of glittering adornments, and of precious jewels.

Freya was also the proud possessor of a falcon garb, or falcon plumes, which enabled the wearer to flit through the air like a bird.

She also had a chariot of her own, however, in which she generally traveled, which was drawn by cats, her favorite animals, the emblems of caressing fondness and sensuality, or the personifications of fecundity.

The Northern people were wont to invoke her not only for success in love, prosperity, and increase.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Magic Lenormand Cards

LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS, LENORMAND ORACLE CARDS, LENORMAND TAROT

Magic Lenormand Cards have been created to mark the 220th anniversary of the first edition of Petite Lenormand, published in 1799 by the German publisher Johann Kaspar Hechtel, who co-opted the name of the famous French fortuneteller of the Napoleonic era Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand for his “Game of Hope”. Instruction sheet of Philippe Lenormand (was allegedly a nephew) how to read the Lenormand cards published on October 19, 1903, in the magazine "The Evening World’s Home Magazine (New York City)" was supplemented by illustration from our deck.

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Four Faces Lenormand Cards II.

LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS, LENORMAND ORACLE CARDS, LENORMAND TAROT

Languages: English, German, French, Czech
Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand (1772–1843) was a French professional fortune-teller. In France, Lenormand is considered the greatest cartomancer of all time, highly influential on the wave of French cartomancy that began in the late 18th century.
Showing psychic potential at the age of 7, and interested by many types of divination from an early age.
Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand won huge fame at some stage in the Napoleonic generation for her fortune-telling capabilities.
Over the years she told the fortunes of many of France’s royal and innovative “elite.” Among her clients had been the Princess de Lamballe, the Superintendent of the Queen Marie Antoinette’s Household; Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, the Comte de Mirabeau; Robespierre, the unwell-fated Deputy of the Committee of Public Safety; the diplomat Talleyrand; Prince Metternich, and Czar Alexander of Russia.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Rune Stones

RUNE STONES, RUNES STONE, RUNE STONE, RUNESTONE

Black Agate Rune Set for Goddess Freya Rune Cards.
Each Black Agate Rune Stones Set is unique natural and handmade product, so please understand that there will be variations in shape, size, color and weight.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Creator:

Evina Schmidova

Lauron William de Laurence was an American author and publisher on occult and spiritual topics.
Although he is reviled for his plagiarism of A.E. Waite's 1910 book The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, and the S.L. MacGregor Mathers version of the Key of Solomon, he also wrote his own works, including The Master Key a personal development book.
Despite being a blatant copy of Pam’s art, it is an important note (questionable ethics aside) that this was the deck that introduced Americans to the tarot. Due to the Great War (WWI) the early Rider decks never made it to the states in large numbers.

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Lenormand Wahrsagekarten

TAROT, TAROT CARDS, TAROT DECK, LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS

This "Wahrsagekarten der berühmten Kartenlegeren Lenormand" charming Lenormand is contains verses in German and assorted astrological symbols. This Lenormand deck was that it was printed c. 1890 by Ch. Didot, Paris.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

The Mystery of Life | The Story of the Soul - 2nd Edition 2022 - 6 languages

ORACLE, ORACLE CARDS, ORACLE DECK, INTUITIVE ORACLE CARDS,

Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech

Why Intuitive Oracle Cards? There are many ways to interpret all Tarot and fortune-telling cards. Research indicates that there are at least as many systems of interpretation as there are fortune tellers.

Intuition
Intuition, from the Latin in-tueor, means insight or sudden understanding: the ability to gain knowledge without conscious thought. We can therefore say that it is the ability to somehow capture truth and a special form of cognitive activity that is independent of rational process and logical judgment.
Philosopher and Nobel Prize winner H. Bergson wrote: “In the old world, introspection was actually the main means of exploring the world, where the world as a small world (microcosm) corresponded to the big world (macrocosm).”
B. Spinoza considered intuition to be a third kind of knowledge, the most credible and important, capturing the essence of things.
C. G. Jung called intuition the “noble ability of man” seeing it as unconscious perception.
For instance, 37 out of 72 Nobel laureates see the result of scientific intuition as “finding or following a path”.
Bergson bases himself upon the fact that true reality cannot be represented by mere sensory perception and rational definitions, because the intellect tries to squeeze it into rigid definitions and formulae, and in doing so misleads us. The path to reality is inner vision, intuition, a kind of merger of the intellect with instinct. We thus recognize ourselves as well as the essence of the entire world as a continuous act, and the constant effort of life’s driving force (élan vital) to achieve new, always better forms.
For the old world, intuition was a quite normal means of gaining knowledge, one from which the contemporary world is quite distant. The problems of today’s world clearly indicate that it is short-sighted to underestimate man’s spiritual potential.
Man’s autonomous spiritual forces, especially intuition, have great importance.

Intuitive Card Reading
Analytic thinking can be characterized as evidence-based logical thinking that can be verbalized. Its antithesis, intuitive thinking, is automatic, cannot be verbalized, and is mostly subconscious.
To facilitate understanding, we can replace the word “subconscious” with “soul”. Sigmund Freud first used the expression “subconscious” in place of “soul” to accommodate rationalists and scientists to whom the word “soul” was suspicious, as it reeked of mysticism and religion.
According to C. G. Jung, fortune-telling methods, including card reading, can be explained by the synchronicity principle.
The cards are perceived as a “projection screen” for the subconscious, which contains the person’s momentary emotional state, which is symbolically projected on a specific card.
Thanks to their ambiguity and indeterminacy, images and symbols can express life’s complexity much more clearly than dozens of words and definitions. They make it possible to break down a seemingly complicated problem into individual elements in which a solution can then be found.
The cards will allow you to listen to your subconscious and intuition. They will help you solve problems that you often experience, when you are unable to decide, leading to internal imbalance and stress. Your brain wants something, yet at the same time you subconsciously feel something entirely different.
Listening to and discovering internal advice through intuition helps create harmony in your body and soul.

The Exceptional Nature of Cards
We are convinced that by remembering and learning the meanings of individual cards, you deprive yourself of the ability to create a personal and intuitive connection with the cards, and thus lose the opportunity to achieve deeper spiritual wisdom.
This is why we created cards that upon examination of individual images will open the door to deep, internal wisdom and will thus allow you to access to your subconscious.
Through the harmony of stories, motifs, images, and symbols on our cards, you will very quickly be able to open your intuitive perception and the path to internal advice.
Our cards will allow you to interpret your intuition’s message by mediating communication with the topmost layer of consciousness, which thanks to its proximity you can understand.
Treat the images and symbols depicted on the 101 cards as keys that will help you unlock the mysteries of life and allow you to understand hitherto unfathomed contexts.
Our cards are suited for experienced card readers and beginners alike. They have the ability to mirror the internal world of the individual and answer their deepest questions, thus creating positive changes not only in your life, but also in the lives of others.

Instruction Manuals and Books
If have some experience with instruction manuals for cards and books about them, you most likely quickly found that each new manual, book, or website describes the meaning of specific cards quite differently. This is understandable. The authors picked meanings that were true for them, but need not be true for you.
Neither books on cards nor instruction manuals can teach you card reading. On the contrary, they will probably confuse you.
The biggest mistake you can make when reading any cards is to hold book with instructions and card meanings in one hand and handle the cards with the other. You will likely also have notes and other pieces of paper and aids on the table to help you remember the meanings of individual cards. Even if you think you know what a card means, you will look at the manual anyway.
Many beginning as well as experienced card readers encounter this problem when they obtain a new deck of fortune-telling cards.
Manuals and books force you to rely on outside sources of information instead of first and foremost relying and trusting your own intuition. No space will remain for you and development of your own card-reading skills.
What’s better? To learn the meanings of others, or to create your own?
Our objective in creating the cards was for them to be as intuitive as possible, which is why we didn’t write any long-winded texts on the meanings of the individual cards.
The only thing that matters is your individual subconscious connection to our cards. In our opinion, understanding the meaning of a card from the story depicted in each of the images and symbols on the card, and from its name, is the only proper way to use our deck of cards.

The Great Mystery of Fortune-telling
Why does nothing stand in your way if you want to succeed at card reading?
Because you have an ancient gift, which we have had since the dawn of time, but have alas stopped using. This is why you do not need to be clairvoyant, a magician, or a witch, you do not need to see into the future, read minds, or have ancestors with this talent.
This great, secret gift is intuition. Intuition is present in each of us from birth, and it is solely up to us whether we listen to it and develop it.

Getting Familiar With the Cards
Pick up the deck of cards and examine the cards one by one. Be open and listen to your intuition and your inner voice.
As you examine the cards, write down your feelings for each individual card. These personal meanings represent your own path, as they resonate with your intuition and subconscious.
You can split the cards up into groups according to characteristics you yourself define.
We recommend keeping a notebook where each card will have its own page, where you will gradually write down your experiences, messages, and understanding. Above all, make sure they are true for you. Gradually establish a connection with each card on the intuitive level.
You will thus learn intuitive card reading very quickly, easily, and successfully. The cards will start to tell you their stories, and readings will be much more lively and accurate.
Start speaking with the cards, open your sixth sense, and the cards will start speaking to you.

Doing a Reading
The cards work like a mirror. They only thing that matters is what you experience and feel when you are looking at the card and listening to your intuition and your subconscious.
There are no binding rules or prohibitions for how you should ask questions.
Shuffle the cards as you would normally do.
It’s up to you what time period you want to ask the cards about.
You can use 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10 or more cards for a reading, as well as the “Celtic Cross”, but always keep in mind that reading 1, 2, or 3 cards is sufficient for a simple or quick answer to questions like what will happen today or tomorrow.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

Magic Lenormand Cards - 2nd Edition 2022 - 4 languages

LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS, LENORMAND ORACLE CARDS, LENORMAND TAROT

Languages: English, German, French, Czech
Magic Lenormand Cards have been created to mark the 220th anniversary of the first edition of Petite Lenormand, published in 1799 by the German publisher Johann Kaspar Hechtel, who co-opted the name of the famous French fortuneteller of the Napoleonic era Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand for his “Game of Hope”. Instruction sheet of Philippe Lenormand (was allegedly a nephew) how to read the Lenormand cards published on October 19, 1903, in the magazine "The Evening World’s Home Magazine (New York City)" was supplemented by illustration from our deck.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle

The Sola Busca tarot is the earliest completely extant example of a 78-card tarot deck. The Latin motto TRAHOR FATIS (I am drawn by Fate) appears four times in the Tarot masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance, the Sola Busca deck, and over a procession of ancient Greek and Roman heroes.
The characters depicted in the Sola-Busca cards include Nebuchadnezzar and Gaius Marius, the uncle of Julius Caesar. The trumps loosely follow the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, but also include members of the Roman Pantheon such as Bacchus.
The similarity between some of the artwork of the ubiquitous Rider-Waite-Smith deck of 1909 (see links at end of page) and that of the Sola-Busca indicates that the artist of the former, Pamela Colman Smith, drew inspiration from the earlier work. Smith created the art for the Rider deck two years after the exhibition of a set of black-and-white photographs of the Sola-Busca deck by the British Museum.

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Petit Jeu Lenormand Deck

TAROT, TAROT CARDS, TAROT DECK, LENORMAND, LENORMAND CARDS, LENORMAND DECKS

This is a very rare and beautiful deck. The Daveluy Lenormand deck was produced in Bruges, Belgium c. 1860.

Lenormand originated in Germany as a card game (The Game of Hope) in the 18th century. It evolved into a 36-card oracle for divination in the 19th century. The name Lenormand comes from the famed French fortune-teller Mlle. Maria-Anne Lenormand.

While Tarot can be used for deeper reflection on one’s psyche, emotions, motives and spirituality, Lenormand is at its best with more tactical and practice aspects of life. It’s a blunt and direct system and works well for predictive readings. Each Lenormand card has a fixed/limited meaning and is meant to be read in pairs or triplets to create sentences.

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Creator:

Daveluy

The Besançon style which originated in the mid-18th century substitutes Juno and Jupiter for the Popesse and Pope in the Marseille tarot, presumably so as not to offend the religious masses of the period, are the only differences in this deck and the more familiar Marseille tarot. The Lequart/Arnoult Tarot is a Besançon deck published in 1880 by the Lequart publishing house.

Card Deck Genres:

Tarot

Creator:

Lequart

The Mystery of Life | The Story of the Soul

ORACLE, ORACLE CARDS, ORACLE DECK, INTUITIVE ORACLE CARDS,

Why Intuitive Oracle Cards? There are many ways to interpret all Tarot and fortune-telling cards.

Research indicates that there are at least as many systems of interpretation as there are fortune tellers.

Intuition

Intuition, from the Latin in-tueor, means insight or sudden understanding: the ability to gain knowledge without conscious thought. We can therefore say that it is the ability to somehow capture truth and a special form of cognitive activity that is independent of rational process and logical judgment.

Philosopher and Nobel Prize winner H. Bergson wrote: “In the old world, introspection was actually the main means of exploring the world, where the world as a small world (microcosm) corresponded to the big world (macrocosm).”
B. Spinoza considered intuition to be a third kind of knowledge, the most credible and important, capturing the essence of things.

C. G. Jung called intuition the “noble ability of man” seeing it as unconscious perception.
For instance, 37 out of 72 Nobel laureates see the result of scientific intuition as “finding or following a path”.

Bergson bases himself upon the fact that true reality cannot be represented by mere sensory perception and rational definitions, because the intellect tries to squeeze it into rigid definitions and formulae, and in doing so misleads us. The path to reality is inner vision, intuition, a kind of merger of the intellect with instinct. We thus recognize ourselves as well as the essence of the entire world as a continuous act, and the constant effort of life’s driving force (élan vital) to achieve new, always better forms.

For the old world, intuition was a quite normal means of gaining knowledge, one from which the contemporary world is quite distant. The problems of today’s world clearly indicate that it is short-sighted to underestimate man’s spiritual potential.
Man’s autonomous spiritual forces, especially intuition, have great importance.

Intuitive Card Reading
Analytic thinking can be characterized as evidence-based logical thinking that can be verbalized. Its antithesis, intuitive thinking, is automatic, cannot be verbalized, and is mostly subconscious.

To facilitate understanding, we can replace the word “subconscious” with “soul”. Sigmund Freud first used the expression “subconscious” in place of “soul” to accommodate rationalists and scientists to whom the word “soul” was suspicious, as it reeked of mysticism and religion.
According to C. G. Jung, fortune-telling methods, including card reading, can be explained by the synchronicity principle.

The cards are perceived as a “projection screen” for the subconscious, which contains the person’s momentary emotional state, which is symbolically projected on a specific card.
Thanks to their ambiguity and indeterminacy, images and symbols can express life’s complexity much more clearly than dozens of words and definitions. They make it possible to break down a seemingly complicated problem into individual elements in which a solution can then be found.
The cards will allow you to listen to your subconscious and intuition. They will help you solve problems that you often experience, when you are unable to decide, leading to internal imbalance and stress. Your brain wants something, yet at the same time you subconsciously feel something entirely different.
Listening to and discovering internal advice through intuition helps create harmony in your body and soul.

The Exceptional Nature of Cards
We are convinced that by remembering and learning the meanings of individual cards, you deprive yourself of the ability to create a personal and intuitive connection with the cards, and thus lose the opportunity to achieve deeper spiritual wisdom.

This is why we created cards that upon examination of individual images will open the door to deep, internal wisdom and will thus allow you to access to your subconscious.
Through the harmony of stories, motifs, images, and symbols on our cards, you will very quickly be able to open your intuitive perception and the path to internal advice.

Our cards will allow you to interpret your intuition’s message by mediating communication with the topmost layer of consciousness, which thanks to its proximity you can understand.
Treat the images and symbols depicted on the 101 cards as keys that will help you unlock the mysteries of life and allow you to understand hitherto unfathomed contexts.

Our cards are suited for experienced card readers and beginners alike. They have the ability to mirror the internal world of the individual and answer their deepest questions, thus creating positive changes not only in your life, but also in the lives of others.

Instruction Manuals and Books
If have some experience with instruction manuals for cards and books about them, you most likely quickly found that each new manual, book, or website describes the meaning of specific cards quite differently. This is understandable. The authors picked meanings that were true for them, but need not be true for you.

Neither books on cards nor instruction manuals can teach you card reading. On the contrary, they will probably confuse you.
The biggest mistake you can make when reading any cards is to hold book with instructions and card meanings in one hand and handle the cards with the other. You will likely also have notes and other pieces of paper and aids on the table to help you remember the meanings of individual cards. Even if you think you know what a card means, you will look at the manual anyway.
Many beginning as well as experienced card readers encounter this problem when they obtain a new deck of fortune-telling cards.
Manuals and books force you to rely on outside sources of information instead of first and foremost relying and trusting your own intuition. No space will remain for you and development of your own card-reading skills.

What’s better? To learn the meanings of others, or to create your own?

Our objective in creating the cards was for them to be as intuitive as possible, which is why we didn’t write any long-winded texts on the meanings of the individual cards.

The only thing that matters is your individual subconscious connection to our cards. In our opinion, understanding the meaning of a card from the story depicted in each of the images and symbols on the card, and from its name, is the only proper way to use our deck of cards.

The Great Mystery of Fortune-telling
Why does nothing stand in your way if you want to succeed at card reading?
Because you have an ancient gift, which we have had since the dawn of time, but have alas stopped using. This is why you do not need to be clairvoyant, a magician, or a witch, you do not need to see into the future, read minds, or have ancestors with this talent.

This great, secret gift is intuition. Intuition is present in each of us from birth, and it is solely up to us whether we listen to it and develop it.

Getting Familiar With the Cards
Pick up the deck of cards and examine the cards one by one. Be open and listen to your intuition and your inner voice.

As you examine the cards, write down your feelings for each individual card. These personal meanings represent your own path, as they resonate with your intuition and subconscious.
You can split the cards up into groups according to characteristics you yourself define.

We recommend keeping a notebook where each card will have its own page, where you will gradually write down your experiences, messages, and understanding. Above all, make sure they are true for you. Gradually establish a connection with each card on the intuitive level.
You will thus learn intuitive card reading very quickly, easily, and successfully. The cards will start to tell you their stories, and readings will be much more lively and accurate.
Start speaking with the cards, open your sixth sense, and the cards will start speaking to you.

Doing a Reading
The cards work like a mirror. They only thing that matters is what you experience and feel when you are looking at the card and listening to your intuition and your subconscious.

There are no binding rules or prohibitions for how you should ask questions.
Shuffle the cards as you would normally do.
It’s up to you what time period you want to ask the cards about.

You can use 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10 or more cards for a reading, as well as the “Celtic Cross”, but always keep in mind that reading 1, 2, or 3 cards is sufficient for a simple or quick answer to questions like what will happen today or tomorrow.

Card Deck Genres:

Oracle