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Monday, March 9, 2020

Tarot vs Oracle: What's the Difference?

Note: This post contains potentially problematic practices or language, cultural appropriation, or misinformation. I have been working diligently to decolonize my practice, for which you can learn more about in my article Decolonizing Witchcraft: Racism, Whitewashing, and Cultural Appropriation in Witchcraft and How to Decolonize Your Practice. I believe in documenting my journey in witchcraft and that my readers can learn from my mistakes, so the posts will remain as a learning opportunity.

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6 comments :

  1. Good timing on this one for me, as I just picked up my first Oracle deck last week. Haven't had much time to test it out, but I'm interested in learning how to use it.

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    1. Oh yeah?! Which oracle deck did you order? I just ordered another tarot deck. Its a Jane Austen tarot deck. I am so excited!!

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    2. I picked up the Raven's Wand Oracle deck at my local witchcraft supply shop. Had no idea it was based off a book series; I just thought it had pretty artwork.:P

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    3. Nice! The Jane Austen deck I ordered came in and its so beautiful. Its not a traditional tarot deck, but it'll get the job done!

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  2. Thoroughly lovely explanation and infographic. It's a wonderfully refreshing change of pace to encounter someone else who isn't opposed to mixing oracle and tarot cards in the same spread/reading, if the mood/situation calls for such. Thank you for letting others know that it is perfectly okay to do just that, if they so desire.

    Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

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    1. Thank you! I have a habit of mixing a lot of things together, card or otherwise. Haha! I hope you and yours are doing well!

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