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Over the Moon Oracle Cards

This is a hybrid combining an oracle deck and a playing card deck. The cards are poker size and depict an image with a keyword on one side and a playing card on the other. You can also purchase this deck without the captioned keywords. The images are from old book illustrations found on OldBookArt.com, from the book, The Real Mother Goose, illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright and published in 1916.

The image and corresponding keyword represent the meaning of the playing cards based on my Twelve of Hearts Cartomancy playing card divination system. With this deck, absolutely EVERY question can be answered! Here are a few possibilities that can be achieved using this unique deck:

  • Say what you see (use the story method of interpretation) when you forget a meaning or get stuck
  • Describe scenes and situations in detail
  • String the keywords together to get a snapshot of the reading
  • Get detailed physical descriptions of people in the questioner’s life
  • Use directional cues to understand interactions between people in the questioner’s life
  • Add depth and layers of information using just the numbers from the playing cards
  • Identify the reading’s core message with a numerical theme
  • Be able to find lost objects and decode the timing of events
  • Give helpful, specific advice
  • Answer yes/no questions easily using the colors of the playing card suits

The Simple Lenormand

The Simple Lenormand is a Lenormand-esque deck with a black border available in two sizes: poker size and mini size. Images were found on openclipart.org.

This is a great deck for doing general readings and forecasts. The traditional Lenormand has 36 cards. This deck contains 40 cards and includes the following 4 extra cards: Male, Female, Fire and Handshake. The male and female cards may be used as additional significators. Many of the cards have been updated with new, modern correspondences. These cards are unnumbered and unlabeled, allowing you to tune into the symbolism easily.

Bouquet = Gift

Scythe = Scissors

Whip = Fist

Birds = Phone

Child = Pacifier

Fox = Mask

Bear = Bull

Stork = Butterfly

Tower = Crown

Garden = Wine

Letter = Papers

Lily = Bed

Fish = Money

The Cinderella Deck

The Cinderella Deck features old book art illustrations from the book, The Wonderful Story of Cinderella: Rhymed and Retold published in 1921, found on OldBookArt.com.The deck contains 29 poker sized cards with a white border that tell the story of Cinderella from beginning to end. Each card is numbered at the top.

It’s a wonderful deck for relationship readings, particularly for those who are looking for their Prince Charming as well as those who are trying to manifest a happy ending in their romance. This deck is also great for any type of goal-setting or manifestation readings. It can help you see where you are in the story of manifesting your happy ending in any area of life.

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DIY READING: What’s your soulmate score?

soulmateEach soulmate finds in the other a lover, friend, playmate, confidante, nurturer, teacher, student, champion and spiritual equal. — Tweeted by @AmyZerner, who has co-authored numerous tarot and oracle books and tools with husband Monte Farber.

This tweet looked like the beginnings of a DIY Reading to me, so get out your playing cards!

What’s Your Soulmate Score?
Use this reading to discover how you and your partner measure up as a soulmate. If you’re having trouble finding and keeping a soulmate, this is a great reading to identify your strengths and weaknesses in relationships.

Focus on the question, “What’s my soulmate score?” Shuffle the entire deck (minus Jokers) and select 9 cards, one for each of these qualities:

Lover
Friend
Playmate
Confidante
Nurturer
Teacher
Student
Champion
Spiritual Equal

Look only at the number or face of the card. Ace = lowest; King = highest. Your score will be found somewhere along this scale: Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King. Any quality below a 6 needs some improvement. If you’re in a relationship, you and your partner can see how the two of you match up. You may find that you’re filling the role that your partner lacks and vice versa. For example, if you score high on Playmate, your partner may score low in this area. If you’re not in a relationship, your score will show your relationship patterns or history. Low scores may show roles that aren’t your strengths in relationships but also that you just haven’t attracted the person who will bring out these qualities in you.

SAMPLE READING:

What’s my soulmate score? I want to see how I have measured up as a soulmate in my previous relationships.

Lover = 8
Friend = Q
Playmate = 9
Confidante = J
Nurturer = 3
Teacher = 5
Student = 6
Champion = J
Spiritual Equal = 8

My strengths are being a Friend, Confidante and Champion in my relationships. I have been weak as a Nurturer and Teacher. This rings true. I tend to save my nurturing and teaching energy for my clients. But now that I’m aware I may not be using this energy in my relationships, I can do better.

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What’s Your Sign?

zodiacTrying to figure out who that Queen of Swords is in your reading? Or that Knight of Cups? Get out your playing cards! You can assign a zodiac sign to each face card in a regular playing card deck since there are 12 face cards and 12 zodiac signs. Shuffle just the face cards and choose one at random to reveal the zodiac sign of the person in question. Of course, this works equally well for playing card divination too! Here are my correspondences:

Jack of Clubs/Sagittarius

Jack of Hearts/Pisces

Jack of Diamonds/Virgo

Jack of Spades/Gemini

Queen of Clubs/Aries

Queen of Hearts/Cancer

Queen of Diamonds/Capricorn

Queen of Spades/Libra

King of Clubs/Leo

King of Hearts/Scorpio

King of Diamonds/Taurus

King of Spades/Aquarius

Timing Technique: Aces

AceQuestioners often want to know WHEN something will happen. This is one technique to try.

Assign each ace to its appropriate season. Here are my correspondences.

Ace of Clubs or Ace of Wands = Spring

Ace of Hearts or Ace of Cups = Summer

Ace of Diamonds or Ace of Pentacles = Fall

Ace of Spades or Ace of Swords = Winter

With your timing question in mind, shuffle and go through the deck card by card until you come to your first Ace. The Ace that appears reflects the season during which the event may happen.

The Suits in Action

actionOne way to understand the suits in a deck of playing cards or tarot cards is to think of each suit as a set of actions. Here’s a brief list….I’m sure you can come up with more!

Clubs/Wands = act, create, move, progress, travel, defend, start, push, wait, expand, rest, motivate, complete

Hearts/Cups = love, feel, connect, embrace, share, commit, give, offer, forgive, dream, pray, wish, desire

Diamonds/Pentacles = earn, have, own, build, secure, purchase, acquire, exchange, increase, spend, receive, plan, prepare, attain

Spades/Swords = block, inhibit, limit, freeze, lose, remove, interfere, destruct, fear, regret, lie, deny, grieve, run away, attack, punish

Is it wrong to ask yes/no questions?

yesnoA student question prompted this post. She wanted to know how to get people to stop asking yes/no questions because she knows the cards will tell them so much more if they ask an open-ended question.

I wholeheartedly agree that yes/no questions are generally limiting and that asking open-ended questions allows you to receive more insights. Years ago, I would try to lead people to ask open-ended questions so they could get more insights but then I realized that’s how I like my questions. Now, I recognize that their question (like the reading itself) is divinely inspired, carries their energy signature, and it’s not my place to change it.

I find the majority of questions are in yes/no format, you need to figure out how you will answer these questions. What methods or mechanisms can you use with your chosen deck to address this type of question? I generally answer yes/no questions with a playing card deck because these cards are great for getting right to the point. I use red cards for yes and black cards for no. But what about “maybe?” Most situations are not black and white so maybe is a necessary response to most questions. I use the final two card suits to give a more specific yes/no/maybe answer.

Just because a yes/no question is asked, it doesn’t mean the questioner isn’t looking for deeper insights. Sometimes, they just don’t know how to ask another type of question. So I often add an advice card (or 3) to yes/no readings. Examples:

Will my boyfriend come back? Choose a few advice cards to answer, How can you encourage your boyfriend to come back? What does he need in order to come back?

Will I make more money this year? Choose a few advice cards to answer, What can you do to make more money? What keeps you from expanding your prosperity? What’s your next step toward financial increase?

This way, you’re giving advice to help the questioner reach their goals.

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