Oracle Card Review
Angels and Ancestors Oracle Cards
I treated myself to these cards because I have Kyle Gray’s previous decks which I adore and use all the time, especially for picking a card each day.
I especially love that these cards cover all cultures and the artwork by Lily Moses is beautiful. The deck is very earthy in tones, using mainly browns, greens, oranges, so when you see a pop of colour it really pops out at you.
The pictures are full frame, there is no border which I know a lot of people like, if you are one of those, then you’ll like this deck. The deck is also in a matt finish not glossy. There is the title, and key words on the card. The deck is divided up in to categories, such as Sacred Ones, Guardian & Messengers, Warrior Symbols, and lastly Seasons. These categories are explained in the guidebook.
These cards are a departure from his angel cards and I like that. I think these cards of for people who are into mother nature and all her diverse cultures. Do I like them? Yes, and the more you use them more they grow on you. And the affirmation printed inside the box is a nice touch.
Amazon say: –
We are surrounded by countless guides who want to share their knowledge with us to bring healing and change. Among them are the Angels and Ancestors.
In whichever culture or religion they appear, Angels have always had one mission: to love, help and guide humans. On the earthly plane, Ancestors are the wise ones, healers and warriors who have offered to share their knowledge and magic with us. In this empowering 55-card oracle deck, Celtic, Native American, Aboriginal and Earth-based spiritualities bridge the gap between this world and the next. The Angels and Ancestors know what you need to know, and by using the accompanying guidebook you’ll learn how to unlock their secrets and messages, and live a life touched by divine, magical guidance.