The Moon Oracle: Let the Phases of the Moon Guide Your Life (Anglais) Broché – mai 2000
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If the whole set isn't available, it's worth buying the book in English and looking for the cards in another language. This set was printed in Italian, German and French and can be found by the diligent collector at a fairly reasonable price.
As noted by another reviewer, there are problems with the lunation tables. Those in the back of the book are almost over (ending in 2015). Still it is a bad idea to use them at all. In 2012, this year, the gibbous and disseminating moons are reversed, and sometimes duplicated. The gibbous moon never follows the full and the disseminating never precedes it. There are other problems with the waning and crescent moon phases. This is a 5 star oracle without that fairly major fault. It is a testament to the high quality of the content and artwork given the errors which seriously undermine the use of the oracle as intended.
Since the tables must be adjusted for use in any time zone other than GMT, if one isn't an astrologer it is best to ignore the tables in the back completely and get an astrological almanac or calendar with all 8 phases (not 4).
The cards can still be adapted to other uses for cartomancy and reflection like any other oracle, but the model is unique. Lunar/astrological timing is definitely relevant to biology, tides, and weather -- as well as more subtle cycles.
It's a shame their oracles are all out of print at this time, as they are outstanding for artwork, depth, and intelligence.* Some publisher should bring all of them back into print for the market that can appreciate them. It's worth paying extra to find this one, or others. I would pay a little extra if any of their works were to be reprinted in good quality, as cards are less profitable than books and suffer the consequences. I hope someone publishes their Magical/Occult Tarot visible only on their Elemental Tarot website. [....]
I have seen two copies of The Moon Oracle in English. One is better printed than the other, with some variation in the colors of the card backs. It doesn't harm the deck as one to work with, but relevant to those who collect for aesthetic reasons.
Oracle of the Radiant Sun
'Mystic Meg Tarot' [or] Mystic Tarot Pack
Smith did the artwork for this set and the Major Arcana are excellent for their rich color, innovative take on traditional imagery, and her unmistakeable aesthetic. The book lacks the depth of the Smith-Astrop collaborations, and the minors are simple pips -- pixellated at that. It was once easily found quite cheap and the Majors are worth it if you appreciate Caroline Smith's artwork and would use the Majors (Courts and Aces) for reading or meditation or Wirth-style. Easiest to find in the UK.
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