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Book Title: Goddess Inspiration Oracle [With 80 Full-Color Tarot Cards and Gold Organdy Tarot Bag]|
Date of issue: September 8th 2007
ISBN 13: 9780738711676
The author of the book: Kris Waldherr
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 6.38 MB
Edition: Llewellyn Publications
Read full description of the books Goddess Inspiration Oracle [With 80 Full-Color Tarot Cards and Gold Organdy Tarot Bag]:Enrich your life with the wisdom and guidance of the Divine Feminine. Renowned for her superb goddess-themed artwork, Kris Waldherr has created a visually stunning and easily accessible goddess oracle. From Abeona to the Zorya, eighty goddesses from across the globe are represented in this sumptuous deck. Each of the eighty cards features a striking portrait of a deity, her attributes, and an empowering message inspired by her unique story. The Goddess Inspiration Oracle is an ideal instrument for creating affirmations, sparking creativity, gaining fresh perspectives, and uncovering insights related to love, health, creativity, motherhood, and other issues specific to women. The accompanying guidebook offers an in-depth description of each goddess, associated keywords, and practical instructions for working with the cards.
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Kris Waldherr is an author, illustrator, and designer whose art has been exhibited in the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She is the author of Doomed Queens, The Lover’s Path and The Book of Goddesses, and creator of The Goddess Tarot. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
the long version:
I'm the author, illustrator and designer of numerous books including Doomed Queens, The Lover's Path and The Book of Goddesses. I also created several oracle decks: the Goddess Tarot, Lover's Path Tarot, the Goddess Inspiration Oracle, and the Anubis Oracle.
I began my publishing career as a children's book illustrator and designer twenty years ago. Since then, my work has expanded considerably. I am fascinated with women's stories, sacred and profane. In my books, I've written about goddesses as well as queens and courtesans.
I have a long-established blog that I post news about my life, publishing, and work on a regular basis at kriswaldherr.com/blog. To learn more about my work, you can also sign up for my newsletter. It offers extra news about my new publications and exhibitions, as well as subscriber-only freebies, raffles and gift offers.
More about my books: The Book of Goddesses was a One Spirit/Book-of-the-Month Club’s Top Ten Most Popular Book. The Book of Goddesses inspired Goddess, a Narada music CD, several illustrated calendars, and The Goddess Tarot, which has over 200,000 copies in print. My picture book retelling of the Persephone myth, Persephone and the Pomegranate, was praised by the New York Times Book Review in a full page review for its “quality of myth and magic,” and by Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., author of Goddesses in Everywoman, as “a beautifully done retelling of the major mother-daughter myth.”
I've had illustrations published as greeting cards, book covers, and in magazines. My art has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and England, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The strangest thing I've ever heard about my work? That The Goddess Tarot was the most shoplifted item at the Union Square Barnes & Noble.
I live in Brooklyn, where I have a small gallery that doubles as my workspace. It is open to the public for exhibitions and events. I have a toddler-age daughter named Thea. I spend too much time in coffeehouses with her and my husband, the anthropologist Thomas Ross Miller. In an ideal world, I would indulge in more café society. I'd also have a palazzo in Venice and wear velvet gowns in November.
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