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on 8 May 2014
Allot of people feel there is a lack of male energy in many Oracle Cards and some modern Tarot decks. Its very rare to find a more masculine deck so I was interested in what this oracle had to offer. Gods and Titans comes in a fairly large and sturdy box with a good quality and detailed instruction booklet. The cards are big with average card stock and a glossy finish. The artwork by Jimmy Manton is very dynamic, full of life and really captures the energy of the Gods and warriors really well. Cards are titled with the name of the God and one key word or sub title. The Gods and Titans are from all around the world, including Greek, Egyptian and Norse. Some of the Gods are well known others are not. The powerful image that appears on the box is the winged Eros, son of Venus. Despite many well muscled Gods that appear in the deck, I feel many aspects of masculinity are represented here.

Ive found the deck works well for both daily readings or more in depth spreads. Stacy Demarco has done a very good job on researching and creating the oracle and giving good guidance for the card meanings, ive found it to be very helpful and accurate. She also offers a 'shadow' interpretation for each card which helps in spread positions or if you wish to use reversed cards. You will also get the history, legends and symbols associated with each God, there is even a small ceremony suggested for connecting with the deity if you want. As the deck has a warrior spirit to it you can expect this oracle to be helpful in giving you motivation, empowerment, working with your masculine energies, action based guidance and creativity. The only thing I felt could have been improved is that id prefer a thicker card stock with this card size. Other than that this is a very unique and much needed divine masculine Oracle, and a must buy for collectors.
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on 27 June 2016
I bought both "Gods & Titans" and "Goddesses & Sirens". It's worth mentioning that this is the US edition with two additional cards in each deck and new, improved backs. I know people complain about the cardstock but I don't mind it. It's not as thick as Blue Angel but still laminated enough to withstand a lot of shuffling. Can't complain about the quality really. As for the deck itself, it's really well-composed, the guidebook by Stacey Demarco is excellent! With meditations, invocations, prayers to each god/goddess it feels like a well thought-out book that is not shallow and woowoo but actually meaningful for the most part. I recommend it maybe not so much for divination as for periodical inspiration, altar work, devotional work, magick, transgression, ritual etc. I thought I would mind the "superhero movie" style imagery but I have to admit I actually love the vibe of the images. Goddessess are a bit more repetitive than Gods but it's still sensible and makes you think of the deities in a new way. Even an earth goddess of fertility can be badass, after all.
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on 5 May 2015
Great for dealing with the very clever masculine energies...
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on 19 August 2015
I use these cards a lot! Stunning and accurate!
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on 22 October 2015
This is the second deck of the author I own. Love it to bits.
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on 26 December 2015
Not that impressive.
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on 2 June 2016
great deck
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