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Daughters of the Moon Tarot Cards – 1 Aug 1984

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  • Publisher: Daughters of the Moon (1 Aug. 1984)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1880130041
  • ISBN-13: 978-1880130049
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 14.6 x 14 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,659,381 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I have been using DOM since i began my professional psychic practice in 1993.
I find it to be clear and feminine and direct.
Though it is a feminist deck, it is easily used with any gender, and it has graohics that speak within the TAROT and outside.
One can draw common symbology and insight using it.
I recently moved to Europe and found the deck unavailable in Denmark, so I ordered it again for my new clients here.
I rely upon it for true readings and powerful affirmations and confirmations.
Oracle Shariananda
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These cards are really lovely. I like the depictions of many goddesses. sadly one card was scratched when I got it but I have kept them and use for meditation
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 19 reviews
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good Dianic deck 18 May 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This was the first deck I was really able to use. I'd wanted to use Motherpeace, but the washed out colors and primitive artwork didn't say a word to me. The Daughters of the Moon deck, on the other hand, shouted to me. The colors are vibrant, the pictures evocative, and the theme was totally Dianic. The deck is a departure from the Rider Waite paradigm, so if you've memorized "traditional" card meanings, you'll need to do some relearning to use this deck. I only have two minor complaints about DoM. The first is that the artwork isn't very sophisticated. This didn't bother me at first, but the older I get, the more it does. The second is that there are very few cards with genuinely negative meanings. The few that are negative are drawn in such a way that they suggest possibilities for transformation of that negativity. This makes DoM a great deck for personal readings, but possibly not for straightforward divination. Still, despite those two things, this really is a great women's deck, and I'd highly recommend it for Dianics everywhere.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is one of my all-time favorite decks 31 July 2001
By BR - Published on Amazon.com
As a femminist, Dianic, Witch, I find this deck tremendously beautiful and empowering!
I reccomend this deck to all Womyn, even though it does have a definete Lesbian slant to it. The mere fact of it being an all-female deck is fabulous! Hmmm...wonder if they have something comparable for Men.
I think this deck could be used very easily for meditation and spellwork as well divination.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunningly beautiful 18 Oct. 2001
By Amalia - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this deck. I've put away the patriarchcal-oriented decks and have started using this one instead. The artwork has extremly vibrant colors; and I liked the tribal- style paintings. Because the archetypes are not oriented towards dualism, I find that the readings are very positive and healthy for the psyche.
The book is a must-buy, since there is no booklet enclosed, and the ordering info. does not make that clear. I don't think the author intended to "male bash", but rather to make readers aware of the nature of dualism, patriarchy, and HOW INGRAINED these are in our culture, and how we accept those viewpoints without being aware of them. This deck communicates the sheer JOY AND POWER of woman-hood, and I would not describe it as being oriented only for lesbians. I think it depicts something that women today need to reclaim: women coming together in celebration and ritual.
I would howevere, have liked to have seen a card for a male/female couple for the lovers which equalled the intensity and beauty of the two female lovers.
If I were to give a tarot deck as a gift, this would be the one I would chose.
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful women's deck. 6 Dec. 2000
By Melissa - Published on Amazon.com
This tarot pack is a vibrant, joyous celebration of women. However, the artwork is often a little childish looking, which does become unappealing after a while. It doesn't come with any little white booklet, so you will probably need to buy the companion book.
Some complaints about the deck are for those women (like me) who are not extreme feminists or are not lesbians. Two Lovers cards are included: one female/female, and another of "beings." The two women for the Lovers is a card that shows great passion, whereas the sexless "beings" Lovers card is just . . . blah. It doesn't compare to the same-sex card, unfortunately. The deck also includes a Pan card, but it seems he has been stripped of his sexuality and masculinity. If you don't want Pan in the deck, a Coyotewoman card is also included to replace him.
The deck ends up to be a little demeaning towards men, and when you read the companion book, it's even worse. However, for those women who are comfortable with those feelings, this is an amazing deck to work with. It has always been frighteningly accurate for me, and it really does bring forth a feeling of sisterhood and rejoicing in being a woman. It's a very positive tarot deck and may be incredibly helpful.
Everything in the Majors has been renamed, and the Major Arcana is now called the Aether (or Spirit) Arcana. Then there are Blades, Cups, Pentacles, and Flames. There are no court cards; Maiden, Mother, and Crone have replaced them. Some of it is really brilliant, but it is a VERY feminist deck. It was a little overwhelming at first when I opened the deck because I didn't know that's what I had bought.
After all these years, I'm happy that I still own this deck, as it has proven itself to be a wonderful tool for personal reflection.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Daughters of the Moon Tarot 29 Sept. 2001
By Olivine Foxwood - Published on Amazon.com
I have used this deck for over 12 years now (I actually have a pen and ink deck--not colored), and although it DEFINITELY takes some time to get to "know" and work with the energies and symobology, it is well worth it. My experiences working with this deck- for myself and others--have been unerringly accurate, and I truly appreciate the subtlties that the round deck presents in interpretation. I have found it difficult, if not simply impractical, to try and read men with the deck--its just not meant for them and that's fine with me!! I certainly can, but generally do not like to do this. The imagery is global and inclusive, and the symbology is strikingly accurate at the deeper levels. This is my primary deck for workings and readings, and highly recommended for any open to the radical feminism and sheer power of it!! Definitely get the "Wild Witches..." book to go with it.
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