Ask An Angel: Oracle Cards and Book Set Cards – 15 Oct 2006
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The deck comes with a (theoretically) 124 page book (actually only really 116 pages as the rest are ads for other books/decks). The book has a little introduction from the author, describing how he let the angels inspire his artwork. Then there is an interpretation for each card, and finally a "Dictionary", giving a short description of each angel. Despite the small size of the book, and the ad space, I really like it. It gives a few spreads: a one card reading, a "four card spread" of past/present/future/outcome, a six card "elemental star spread", an eight card "rainbow chakra spread", an eight card "relationship spread" and a six card "two ways spread". The card meanings are quite inspiring, and the angel "dictionary" gives some traditional meanings and a more general way to connect to the energy of each angel.
As for the basics, the cards are on good quality, laminated stock. They are 9 1/2cms (3 3/4") by 14cms (5 1/2"), so fairly large. The backs are non-reversible, with a purple image of a winged star. The cards have a narrow colourful border down the side edges, and a pale brown border on all four sides. The actual image is separated from the borders by black lines that jut out into the borders without reaching the edges at the sides, though going all the way to the edges at top and bottom.Read more ›
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disturbing, and the messages less than compelling. OK for amateurs.