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There was a time when goddesses and gods, the Feminine and Masculine Divine, were honored as two halves of a creative whole. Over time, our understanding of that sacred union has become distorted, and the Divine Feminine became feared, disrepected, and almost lost to the world. Again, she rises!

With 40 dramatically illustrated oracle cards and a detailed guidebook to get y
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by Beyond Words Publishing (first published September 1st 2011)
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Krystal Leonardo von Seyfried
what an amazing deck!!! this was my first goddess deck and i'm so glad i got this one. this isn't as well known or popular a deck as, let's say, the doreen virtue goddess deck but this one is amazing and honestly better. the illustrations in this deck are really powerful and serve as an amazing channel for these goddesses. there is an aphrodite card in the doreen virtue goddess deck i ahve too, but i prefer to use the card from this deck for my altars and everything. so, so good.

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Ella Sharnai
I’m unsure why this deck has so many low scoring ratings. This deck has beautiful illustration, and ranges widely from Gaia to Kali. Demarco has taken the time to carefully select a wide range of strong depictions; these goddesses and sirens are not drawn from only an intrinsically white background. I enjoyed that there were inclusions from many belief systems around the world (although sadly Medusa was left off once again). The included guidebook goes into detail regarding each figures history/ ...more
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This is another powerhouse of a deck by Stacey Demarco. Maybe not for everyone, especially those of you who like dainty pretty artwork, but the graphics on this deck is great. You can almost feel the energy and power of each goddess or siren leaping off the card at you. Strong imagery, and striking artwork make this a powerful deck for your collection. Highly recommended.
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Stacey Demarco is an internationally respected spiritual pagan practitioner, Witch, author and activist who hails from Sydney, Australia.

Her passion is to make practical magic accessible to everyone and to reconnect people with the power of nature.

Her down-to-earth yet scholastic spiritual style and her skill at weaving ancient techniques to solve modern problems, make her popular amongst clients

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