Seasons of the Witch: Beltane Oracle
by Lorriane Anderson & Juliet Diaz; Illustrated by Giada Rose
Unlock your potential for growth, creativity, and abundance with the energy of Beltane!
Also known as May Day, Beltane honors life and is a celebration of passion and putting your plans into action. The Earth's energies are at their strongest and most active, where all of life is bursting with potent fertility. At this point in the Wheel of the Year, your potential can be unleashed.
This is a beautifully designed book and card deck set. Each of the 44 cards in this oracle deck is a seed of spiritual guidance – inspired by ancient Beltane themes – to find answers to your most profound questions. The accompanying guidebook features original poetry from Juliet Diaz that doubles as invocations for magick and ritual.
These cards align with your energy, helping you to unlock your inner wisdom with the help of powerful spiritual forces. Along with thoughtful meanings and invocations, or powerful word spells, to invoke the energy of each card and to send your intentions of spiritual well-being out into the universe.
- 44 Gilded Cards
- 144 Page Guide book
- Boxed deck measures approximately 5.55 x 4 x 1.30 inches
Lorriane Anderson is the founder of Spirit Element, a spiritual wellness boutique, and The Spirit Guides, a blog devoted to modern mysticism. She has more than ten years experience as an herbalist, aromatherapist, crystal healer, and practitioner of magical and earth-based arts. She draws her practice from her varied cultural heritage, which includes Beninese, Romanian, and Irish.
Juliet Diaz is a healer, seer, and herbalist, and holds a master of science in herbal medicine. She is a descendant of a long line of witch healers from Cuba and has indigenous roots as a member of the Taino tribe.
Giada Rose is a Kentucky-based illustrator and designer interested in the gossamer threads that stretch between magic, nature, femininity, and art. She was born in Italy and has lived all over the American West. Her work is infused with a longing for the old ways and a love of the seasons, mythology, historical customs, tarot, and folklore.