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The Heart of Faerie Oracleby Brian Froud
Synopses & Reviews
From the renowned team of Brian and Wendy Froud comes a delightful and spiritual guide that offer believers a chance to connect with and experience the love and wisdom that comes from the hearts of faeries. The Heart of the Faerie Oracle box set includes 68 oracle cards, illustrated by Brian Froud. The accompanying book provides detailed instructions reading the cards and for the believer to relate to the Faerie World and learn valuable relationship information.
Readers have the opportunity to consult with the magical world of Faerie and gain useful knowledge that can enhance their own intimate relationships. Using the deck of oracle cards, believers conduct readings to interpret the cards and build a special connection with the faeries.
The oracle cards feature Brian Frouds recognizable faerie images, such as the enchanting Queen of Golden Bough” and the mischievous Trickster.” Wendy Frouds text describes the emotional and practical nature of the cards and offers a variety of techniques for using the set, which can open the door into the Enchanted Realm as never before.
About the Author
Brian Froud is an illustrator, author, film designer, and faery authority. In addition to Faeries, his books include Lady Cottington's Pressed Faery Book, with Monty Python's Terry Jones, Good Faeries / Bad Faeries, and The Faeries' Oracle. He also served as the conceptual designer on two of Jim Henson's films, The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth.
Wendy Froud, has been a doll maker since the age of five. She worked as a sculptor and puppet builder for Jim Henson for many years, sculpting the characters Jen” and Kira” for The Dark Crystal and fabricating Yoda” for The Empire Strikes Back. Wendys dolls and figures are highly sought after and are in many prestigious collections around the world. Brian and Wendy live in Devon, England.
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