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Sealed copy of philosophers Stone Tarot

The Philosopher's Stone Self-Awareness Deck is more commonly used for self-awareness. Each card depicts rocks, some with faces and some in groups. Card names are printed in three different languages.

Philosopher's Stone Self-Awareness Deck Review by Elvira Backler

This deck comes without instructions, so, if you're quite intuitive, you can connect these cards in a reading, just like Tarot Cards. Various layouts can cover pretty much everything, the same as with Tarot cards. My favourite layout with these lovely and weird stone pictures is the Mandala Spread, 9 cards. That covers everything from ambitions and goals to ideals and dreams. It also tells you why and how someone has attracted a problem and suggests the necessary changes to remove obstacles from ones' life.

This is definitely my favourite deck and it will work for people who trust their intuition and don't need the visual guidance of conventional Tarot cards, but who still like something to concentrate on during a reading. These cards are ideal for absent readings, they have worked every time for me, as I've found out through feedback. I'm someone who prefers not to know the enquirer, or their problems, then I have no pre-conceptions.

You can dig very deep with these images, it's almost like looking into a persons' soul. I found them easy to read from the beginning, except for one card that had me stumped, no. 33 (Origin). So I emailed DeEs and he answered it for me.

This is not a deck to read if someone wants to know where they'll be going on holiday next or where they'll meet their next boyfriend. It's designed to help by pointing out key factors in one's personality and explaining how to successfully move on with a positive attitude and to know whether you're on the right or wrong life path.

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Philosophers Stone Tarot by DE ES Sealed

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