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A stunning deck designed specifically for people facing difficult decisions, upheaval in relationships or wishing to move away from draining careers, situations or people. Vampiric energies have often been feared and reviled, but today, the amazing creatures of Les Vampires are proving to be allies from the most mysterious of realms, helping many humans through their own dark night of the soul. Full of wise guidance, ancient teachings, proven methods of protection, deeply comforting advice and provocative challenges to our flawed perceptions, LES VAMPIRES offers a clear pathway through the darkest and most troubled of times.

Featuring the award-winning art of Jasmine Beckett-Griffith and insightful wisdoms channelled by Lucy Cavendish, LES VAMPIRES is a profound oracle to work with for healing our own inner fears, harnessing our power and dissolving the patterns that hold us back. Insightful, elegant, courageous and gorgeous, this is an oracle deck unlike any other you have experienced until now.

With 45 lavishly painted cards, and a detailed guidebook including simple yet revealing layouts for your readings, this oracle deck will help you walk through night's darkness, and return to the light of hope, health, healing, and awareness.

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HASH(0x86e247d4) étoiles sur 5 Deck Review: Les Vampires Oracle Deck by Lucy Cavendish and Jasmine Becket-Griffith 30 avril 2014
Par Joy Vernon - Publié sur
Format: Broché
A sultry, dark-haired, pale, wide-eyed immortal sits demurely in her Victorian parlor, as she and her cat both turn their heads back over their shoulders, casting two pairs of green eyes up toward the moon just peeking out from behind the clouds. Other cats and a wolf surround the two. The image suggests the question, will you stick to the tried and true or succumb to the lure of something new and exciting?

I had just texted a friend with a suggestion of trying a new place up the street instead of our usual haunt for some after work drinks. While waiting for her to return my text, I shuffled and drew the card featuring the image described above. It was titled "The Call of the Night" and offered the keywords, "Daring, Adventure, Excitement." I was curious to see how my friend would respond. Interestingly, even though she's usually the one with new ideas, when I heard back from her she seemed hesitant and thought it wouldn't be her kind of place. I thought of how the call to adventure can be refused. The truth of the card hung in the balance-would we dare to try this new adventure? After a few more texts she agreed to give it a go and we ended up at a lovely wine bar sitting outside on their patio, the almost full moon shining high above us. Certainly this deck is accurate!

Les Vampires is a 44-card oracle deck by Lucy Cavendish, illustrated in the distinctive art of Jasmine Becket-Griffith. This duo previously teamed up on Oracle of Shadows and Light and Oracle of the Shapeshifters.

The guidebook of Les Vampires explains that these cards are for those who are being tested by difficult situations or energy-draining people, while on the back of the box is the promise, "You will not go through these dark times alone." The eponymous creatures are described as "powerful, elegant and outcast." As vampires, they are immortal, must control their overwhelming hunger, and cannot venture into the light of the sun. They are alluring, feared and misunderstood.

In support of the theme, the deck shows many sad, lonely, hurt faces. Becket-Griffith draws anime-inspired females, not yet grown into women, but more than girls. Enormous, dark-lined eyes over tiny button noses and pursed Cupid 's bow mouths distort the shape of the face, producing a large head that comes to a point at a softly rounded, gentle chin. A friend of mine who has a teenage daughter (and so knows things like this) said they reminded her of Bratz Dolls or Begoth Dolls. She also mentioned that she and her daughter love this deck.

Despite the deck's claim to be alluring and seductive, the pubescent vampires are mostly too young to be voluptuous-they are the seduced, not the seducers. The only suggested nudity is an interesting card titled "Jealousy" (card number 26) with the keywords "Envy, Punishment, Changing course," in which an almost nude girl at first appears to be sitting awkwardly near a pile of skulls, but then we see that her legs are fused and the coils of a snake are beneath her. The victim of this destructive emotion has been transformed into a snake from the waist down--although as a side effect of the curse, her budding breasts are covered in green and gold scales. The guidebook explains the card as representing the tale of Lamia, who Zeus lusted after resulting in the envious Hera changing her into half woman, half serpent.

Many of the cards include mythological symbolism. One of my favorites is the image of a beautiful, flaxen-haired girl with blushing cheeks and red rimmed eyes. Fantasy bluebirds with red faces and blue breasts sit on her shoulder and arms. Her golden silk gown shimmers in the rosy yellow light while behind her crumble the ruins of gothic arched walls. She wears a crown of small white flowers and pomegranate seeds. The pomegranate seeds bring to mind the story of Persephone, who was abducted by Hades and carried to his dark dominion. Before she could be rescued, she ate three pomegranate seeds, which resulted in her having to spend part of every year as the Queen of the Underworld, while her mother Demeter, the goddess of the grain, mourned for her, causing winter to fall on the land. The title of this card, "Her Last Day in the Light," (card 10) indicates that this is one who will soon be seduced by Les Vampires. Of course, even Persephone was granted the right to spend a portion of her time in the light; Les Vampires are forever relegated to the dark.

Another card that shows a pomegranate is "That Death Will Come" (30). This brown-skinned girl has glistening eyes and dark, straight hair cut into jagged bangs (the only woman of color in the deck) and holds out to the viewer a white pomegranate, its skin etched with secret glyphs. A chunk (its shape brings to mind the cardiac muscle) is excised from the rind, revealing the inner red seeds, almost corpuscle-like in this unexpected juxtaposition of giving and taking, revealing and concealing, power and vulnerability, love and sex, innocence and experience.

Noting that "The Last Day in the Light" was numbered 10 in this deck, I checked the sequence to see if there was a throughline to the story of the these cards. There does seem to be a modest order, with the beginning cards suggesting more generalized themes of the Vampire world, such as "Eternal Youth," "Enlightenment," and "Knowledge," intermediate cards outline the steps of the descent, including "Seduction," "Death Rites," and "Call for Help," while the last cards bring the story to a close with "Nobility," "Hope," and "Resurrection."

In addition to the mythological themes are certain religious themes. In "Compassion" (14) the Vampire woman in a scarlet and blue seventeenth-century gown holds up a blue draped stone statue of a dead or dying male, clearing invoking the imagery of The Pietà. "Redemption" (20) shows our Vampire girl with both hands clasping her heart, while her sad eyes roll upwards to the left, a typical pose of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Cards 36 and 37, "Faith" and "Religion," directly address Christianity. "Faith" holds the sacred heart, the red heart surmounted by a cross and surrounded by flame, usually shown on the chest of the BVM or of Jesus Christ. In this instance, rather than the usual thorns or roses that encircle it, an ornate filigree keyhole is centered on the heart. The keywords for "Faith" are Trust, Unwavering, Confidence. In "Religion" the girl holds an orb topped by a cross, the keyhole pattern seen again on the orb. This symbol is known as the Sovereign's Orb or the globus cruciger. The orb represents the world, and the surmounting cross represents the dominion of Christ in the world. The keywords for "Religion" are Canon, Rules, Commandments.

The forlorn girls (no men or boys inhabit this world, although the card titled "Prey" (31) comes the closest to being androgynous) are depicted in a variety of environments, sometimes surrounded by pets, familiars, or wild beasts, often by skulls or skeletons. Animal companions are frequently cats and wolves, but also include butterflies, fish, birds, a demonic horse, dragons, and a white rat. The environments include interiors and exteriors, as well as stylized symbolic backgrounds. In several instances the card is a tight close-up on just the face of the lost soul, with no other background indicated, or just a frame of flowers or foliage. Many scenes are timeless, some seem to indicate specific time periods most notably to me being Louis XIV and Victorian, and one modern card, "Anti-Hero" (18), shows a bat-winged, empty-eyed, tattooed vixen in a black leather bustier in front of a concrete wall emblazoned with colorful graffiti.

Some cards depict an ethereal fantasy background, one of the most intriguing being "Free Will" (23) with a Tim Burton-esque black and white game board pattern wrung across jutting hills while twisted, stunted trees stretch grasping towards a misty sky.
In the card titled "Supernatural" (39) large bulging eye koi with Monarch butterfly inspired fins fly or swim around a pouting porcelain-skinned princess with Marie Antoinette hair cascading out of its updo. Thickly leafed branches loom or are reflected above. The scene is surreal and magical and the guidebook advises that beyond the usual senses, we all have intuitive powers that arise from the Divine.

Although the fantasy elements appeal to me, these are nevertheless cards of the mythical undead and many of the images show the requisite fangs protruding from petulant, blood-smeared mouths. The bloodiest card is "Seduction" (8), which also is the artwork used for the box cover. The image shows an ornate Louis XIV bed with blood on the sheets and two bloody handprints on the wall in the background, while in the foreground, the fanged vamp holds or possibly passes to another a chalice of blood. But the creepiest thing to me about this deck is the couple instances where animal skulls reveal within the eyehole normal sized and shaped human eyes in flesh-colored faces, imprisoned in bone.

The guidebook offers 2-3 page write-ups on each card, starting with a section "Les Vampires Speak" which is written in the voice of the Vampires generally (not necessarily the particular one on the card), talking directly to the reader with stories, advice or explanations. After this section, two short paragraphs explain the blessing of the card and the curse of the card, either of which could apply in any situation, or the curse section could be reserved for reversals if you prefer. A final paragraph entitled "Working with this Card" gives guidance on how to implement the advice of the card. An introductory section at the beginning of the guidebook explains about Les Vampires-both the deck and the characters. This section also provides information on how to work with the lost souls in the cards to do a reading and offers three spreads of varying complexity.

The cards are large (5.5″ x 3.75″) and thick with a glossy finish. The card backs are non-reversible (typical for oracle decks) and show a sepia-toned cameo of card 17, "The Past a Prison," in which a grayish girl looks tearfully heavenward. Behind her we see a cobweb-covered wedding cake in an ornately framed nook while insects crawl freely around the scene.

This deck is as thoroughly angst-ridden as you would expect a teenage gothic vampire deck to be. The good news is that it provides a context and sacred place to secretly consult with guides that truly understand the pain and anguish of life. We each have our dark secrets, the horrible things we've done, the pain we've inflicted and endured. By spending some moonlit time consulting and conspiring with Les Vampires, perhaps we can confront our own shadows and expunge our pain so that we can remain in the light.
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HASH(0x86e24828) étoiles sur 5 Pleasantly intriguing with alluring art 1 avril 2014
Par Thomas Freese - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This intriguing oracle features lady vampires as guides to both the light and dark places we encounter in our life. The wide-eyed femmes appear young, and throughout the varying images of the 44 cards, also wistful, plaintive, rebellious, saintly, angry, innocent, alluring, erudite, seductive…and more! The vampire element is not overplayed, as only a small portion of the young females display two biting incisors. Other pictorial images that repeat in the background include: nighttime ambiance, skulls, wolves, cats, indoor Gothic architecture, sumptuous attire and gilded card borders and furniture.
There is a subtle eroticism which is hinted, shyly coy and at other times bold—the latter displayed in the more modern looking scene in the card titled “Anti-Hero”. Here we have a Gothic, tattooed vampire angel in front of a graffiti painted gray wall. The originally painted art of Jasmine Becket-Griffith illustrates each card and the card backs are in sepia tone with an oval framed selection from “The Past a Prison” card. Both illustrator and author are very accomplished in their fields, and have collaborated previously, in the Oracle of Shadows and Light (2012) and the Oracle of the Shapeshifters (2013). Les Vampires Oracle appears to carry the similar artistic style found in the previous two works.
Les Vampires Oracle comes in an appealing box which measures approximately 4 7/8 x 6 ¾ x 1 ½ inches. The cards, with rounded corners, are 3 ¾ x 5 ½ inches, sturdy and glossy. The companion Guidebook, which fits neatly with the cards into the box, is 4 ½ x 6 ¼ x ¼ inch. The handy Contents in the beginning of the book conveniently list each card, with card number and page. In addition, helpful basics are addressed, such as blessing the deck, how to shuffle the cards, and reading for others. The 17 page introduction is comprehensive, including the discussion as to why vampires can function as effective guides, and three sample layouts are delineated: The Trinity, The Path Through the Night, and The Byzantine Cross. I will need to practice the 13 card Path Through the Night, but the Trinity with three cards and the Byzantine Cross, with six cards, were simpler for me to immediately grasp. The book is very well organized and offers much wisdom gleaned from the author’s metaphysical life experience and practice in presenting workshops. The book is 135 pages and each page of interpretation includes a small black and white image of the card, key words, card meaning (Les Vampires Speak), and further brief notes titled, “Blessing”, “Curse” and “Working with This Card”. The author notes that the short mentioning for each card under the “Curse” can refer to the reverse card position as well as pointing to remedial areas for right action, to re-balance that area of one’s life.
Jasmine Becket-Griffith’s artwork is evocative of a host of artists from the 1960s and 1970s, (one artist in particular that I recall, having traveled to the American Southwest is Ted de Grazia), who painted wide-eyed young ones—this Oracle goes beyond innocents gazing at us and becomes a compelling journey into the layered world of fantasy, attraction, and the fated journey that we walk in responding to our own impulses and the world around us. In other words, I found an increasing notion that the Les Vampires Oracle carries a well-constructed and carefully considered set of layered archetypes and metaphors; surely there is sufficient mystery and wisdom here to both study and to play with for some time.
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HASH(0x86e24c60) étoiles sur 5 Dark and delightful! 29 mai 2014
Par Jessica Lawhun - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Some oracle decks see a great deal of use on a regular basis. You may pull out a favorite deck that shows wear from weekly or even daily readings. It becomes like a lifelong friend, understanding and intimate, that you can open up to anytime. This is not one of those decks. In all honesty, that's not a bad thing! This deck will not be one of your regulars. Instead, the best way to approach this deck is when you are confronted with a problem that may be bringing out the worst in you. Les Vampires is also perfect for shadow work; Facing those demons that lie deep within ourselves and perusing an understanding of your dark self rather then ignoring it. The art is lovely and appropriate. If you are comfortable with walking into the shadows of yourself on occasion then pick up this deck. It's becoming rarer as the nights go by.
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HASH(0x86e24c48) étoiles sur 5 My first, and favorite, deck! 27 mars 2015
Par Kimberly M Jobe - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I feel like these cards were meant for me. I blessed them differently than the book suggests but I feel like the hour and a half I spent doing that allowed them to bond with me better. I love the energy they have. The artwork is beautiful. The book is very helpful, though most of the time the cards and I are so tuned to eachother that I dont have to use the book at all. This is the first deck I have ever owned and I absolutely love them! They have yet to let me down. My only issue is that they are difficult to shuffle, but its not something so bad to make me deduct a star. Amazing.
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HASH(0x86e28030) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 16 juin 2015
Par Ljhug - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
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