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Camelot Oracle, The Cards – 13 Oct 2012

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  • Cards: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Connections Book Publishing Ltd; Crds edition (13 Oct. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1859063640
  • ISBN-13: 978-1859063644
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 15.9 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Emily Carding on 29 Oct. 2012
One of the most stunning decks of an Arthurian theme I have ever seen, rivalled only by the Hallowquest Tarot by the same author, (different artist). This may be Worthington's finest artwork to date, exceeding that of the recent 'wild' success, the Wildwood Tarot. Each card is a compelling and powerful gateway, with faces of such expression and such vital, hypnotic eyes that it hard to conceive of anyone not being able to unlock some wisdom with this deck.
The Oracular system itself is one that the author has been using in thier teaching for some time, and therefore is a well trod path already, well devised and easy to folow for all levels.
Here is an opportunity to work with the great Arthurian archetypes as rendered by one of the world's leading authorities on the subject- highly reccomended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carla Tate on 11 July 2013
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What's included
The deck comes in a sturdy box featuring a large portrait of Arthur on the cover. Inside the box, you will find a 128-page companion book, a large paper layout sheet referred to as the 'Lands Adventurous', and a deck of 40 cards: 32 Arthurian characters called 'Archetypes' and 8 Path cards.

The cards
The cards are a reasonable size, measuring 7 x 12 cm. They have narrow white borders. The cards feel like cards, not plastic. If there is lamination, it is extremely light. (Certainly you should think twice before getting them near liquids or reading while eating crisps! -- not that you would!) The texture is very pleasant. The cards are thick enough to feel substantial but still thin enough to easily riffle shuffle, if that's something you like (which I do!). The colours are rich, and more reminiscent of the artwork in Worthington's Druidcraft and Plant and Animal Oracles than his more recent Wildwood Tarot. I am a tremendous fan of Worthington's art; I bought this deck because he painted it, so I am biased toward him. But I find these cards extremely beautiful.

The archetype cards
There are 32 archetype cards featuring characters from Arthurian legends. Most of the portraits contain enough attitude in facial expression, stance and background to help you understand the qualities represented. A few of the cards were modelled by members of Will Worthington's family, and they really stand out from the rest. For some reason, portraits from a model always seem more 'human' than those from the imagination. Each card features the archetype in a character-revealing pose. The character's name is shown at the bottom of the card, framed by a scroll. Bedivere is my absolute favourite card.
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I just had the privilege of reviewing this for the OBOD newsletter and I love it!
The pack consists of 40 cards - all beautfully illustrated by Will Worthington - and a fold out map of the Lands Adventurous. Thirty two of the cards bear a portrait of one of the archetypal characters from the Arthurian legends. The remaining eight represent paths shown on the map, where the quests and journeys undertaken by Arthur's knights took place. Each path has its own quality - as does each of the Archetypes. Also on the map, situated at each of the Cardinal points of the compass are some of the most significant places to which the knights made their way - places that have acquired their own archetypal presence and have come to embody truths and situations that we all experience at one time or another.
The Oracle works by you selecting cards - either randomly or deliberately. You selct one Path card and 2 of the Archetypal character cards. One character will be your Champion on the journey - they will be your guide and supporter. The other character will be your Challenger - who poses a question to make you think more deeply about your quest.
It is the combination of the qualities, people and situations represented by the 2 sets of cards that create the Oracle. Together with the characters' questions or guidance, the paths, along with the places on the map, generate answers.
If on drawing the cards and answering the questions and/or receiving the guidance from your Champion/Challenger/Place/Path, you feel you would like a more detailed answer,there are ways of developing the reading. For instance, by looking at the Mirror path - the exact opposite from the path that you are on - and seeing what the Challenger and the Place have to offer from a different perspective.
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