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Vessel Oracle Deck

60.00
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Vessel Oracle Deck

60.00

A bright and whimsical oracle deck consisting of 35 cards. The name comes from the idea that our heart is a vessel, containing our deepest of feelings. That’s what these cards represent, feelings and emotions that past through us and call for our attention. The tarot has 78 cards which can take time to become familiar with, each card in the Vessel deck has simple themes that we can all relate to right away, such as; love, healing, light, and, communication. I like to use these cards in addition to tarot or by themselves in a simple one or three card reading.

Vessel can compliment the Spirit Speak deck perfectly. 

About the illustrator/author: 

 Mary Elizabeth Evans, born in Nashville Tennessee was influenced early on by her environment. Dark and playful southern folk art and storytelling have become the bones of Mary's work. Folk art, serving more as a craft than "high art" is a reoccurring theme. Raised in the church, from a young age she was attracted to ritual and mysticism. Themes of the occult materialize themselves from a feminist perspective in naive line work that dance and tumble on paper. In her practice she honors craft as a form of expression that is accessible to many and can be used as a tool for self reflection.

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A bright and whimsical oracle deck consisting of 35 cards. The name comes from the idea that our heart is a vessel, containing our deepest of feelings. That’s what these cards represent, feelings and emotions that past through us and call for our attention. The tarot has 78 cards which can take time to become familiar with, each card in the Vessel deck has simple themes that we can all relate to right away, such as; love, healing, light, and, communication. I like to use these cards in addition to tarot or by themselves in a simple one or three card reading.

Vessel can compliment the Spirit Speak deck perfectly. 

About the illustrator/author: 

 Mary Elizabeth Evans, born in Nashville Tennessee was influenced early on by her environment. Dark and playful southern folk art and storytelling have become the bones of Mary's work. Folk art, serving more as a craft than "high art" is a reoccurring theme. Raised in the church, from a young age she was attracted to ritual and mysticism. Themes of the occult materialize themselves from a feminist perspective in naive line work that dance and tumble on paper. In her practice she honors craft as a form of expression that is accessible to many and can be used as a tool for self reflection.