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The Seeker's Lenormand is a 36 card lenormand divination deck, and the third and final installment in the trilogy of decks that contain The Wooden Tarot and The Earthbound Oracle.
☽ 36 cards
☽ 2.5x3.5" standard playing card size, 300gsm playing card stock
☽ Custom tuck box featuring the Heart card
☽ Open Edition
☽ Cards are shrink wrapped inside of the tuck box, and the tuck box is also shrink wrapped.
Much like the imagery used in The Wooden Tarot and Earthbound Oracle, I focused on simple objects and themes with multi-purpose symbolism and a slightly surreal and macabre twist. There are characters and symbolism that trail through all three decks; for example, the brown wood mouse who makes the Fool's Journey through the major arcana of The Wooden Tarot can be seen again as The Rider (which also features the snail from The Chariot) in The Seeker's Lenormand.
**Please note that the cards themselves are not made of wood. The original paintings were on wood and the wood grain that you see is part of the painting.**
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I created this oracle deck to be a spiritual sequel to The Wooden Tarot. It will contain familiar concepts, imagery, and symbolism; however, this deck will be much more practical, down to earth, and will be much easier to derive meanings and answers from. I focused on simple, pithy subjects and symbols that are easy to understand, but flexible enough to have multiple meanings and interpretations. This is not a deck that you'll need to do research or homework on, though some of the symbols are distinctly Western (such as "gift" and "deceit", for example).
An oracle card deck is similar to a tarot deck, although there are no suits, no names, and no pre-requisites for what should be contained in the deck. It's a deck of cards with illustrations, titles, and that's it. You interpret it and derive meaning from the cards you draw as you see fit.
You can view the finished art for the deck here.
There is no companion booklet with this deck. I recommend that you use another published guide meant for use with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck.
***The tarot cards are not literally made of wood. The original paintings were on wood, and The Wooden Tarot derives its name from
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