My oracle decks

hippie + witchy

January 22, 2020

Alisha Galbraith

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If you’re just wandering around the site and stumbled here, welcome! Here are a few of my favorite decks and what I use them for:

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The oracle of oddities

This was my first oracle deck! I bought it because I loved the illustrations. I don’t use it as much as I used to, but when I do, it’s usually to clarify my tarot readings. I’m not sure if this one is in production anymore.

Created by: Black and the Moon

When I use it: for clarity when doing Tarot readings

Where to buy: Check Everyday Magic

Threads of Fate oracle

This deck is SO beautiful and I backed it on Kickstarter, I loved it that much, lol. The gold foil look is just…goddess vibes. With that said, I rarely use this deck because it IS so beautiful. Because of the gold foil, I can’t shuffle it like I normally would, and so I just don’t use it much. I come to this deck though when I’m looking for more animal wisdom.

Created by: Brit June + Blair Porter

When I use it: when I’m feeling extra or need extra witchy advice. Special occasions.

Where to buy: their website

Work your light Oracle

I loved Rebecca Campbell’s Light is the New Black, and I often use the book like an oracle deck when I’m feeling stuck. So when she came out with a deck I was so excited! But, tbh, I didn’t love this deck when I first got it. I just didn’t connect with it, and it sat unused for months. Until I used it ONLY for career guidance…and it’s magic for that.

Created by: Rebecca Campbell and Danielle Noel

When I use it: for career guidance and inner work

Where to buy: Get it on Amazon

I haven’t got her new deck yet, but you can check it out here!

The Wild Offering Oracle

I bought this deck because of the art–Katie Daisy is amazinggggg. And I liked the idea of the really detailed affirmations…but it turns out they’re prayers, not really affirmations. At first, I rejected them because they use phrases like “God”, “dear divine” and it all felt very Christian (and remember, I left my religion so this was slightly triggering at first). Then I started replacing those words with “Universe” and eventually, even “Dear divine” wasn’t a trigger.

Created by: Tosha Silver and Katie Daisy

When I use it: when I’m feeling lost or need a pick me up. This would be a good deck to use daily!

Where to buy: Get it on Amazon

Begin Oracle

I LOVE the art on this deck, and the guidebook has tons of info as well. The only thing that makes me sad is that this deck is taller than other decks (5.75 instead of 5.5), which means it’s REALLY difficult for me to shuffle. With that being said, I love the energy of this deck. There is a lot of depth.

Created by: Stacy Jane

When I use it: because it’s so tall, I haven’t used this one much either. But I use them for clarity in my tarot readings and it’s always exactly lined up with my reading.

Where to buy: get it on Etsy

Spirit Animal Wisdom

This is my newest oracle deck and I am in love. The energy it carries is bright and cheery, and the art is to die for. It’s a beautiful deck and one that I’m getting into the practice of using daily for reflection by asking, “What do I need to hear today?”

Created by: Katie Jane-Wright and Nikki Strange

When I use it: So far, just as a one-card reading. It carries big energy.

Where to buy it: get it on Amazon

That’s it so far! What are your favorite decks? Leave them in the comments! If you’re looking to learn more about how to use an oracle deck then sign up for the mini-series!