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Toltec Oracle (Set Of 33 Full Color Cards & Book)

This is an interactive oracle and means of divination that functions as a sacred mirror for self-exploration and soul transformation. Based on the divination tool known to the ancients of Mesoamerica as the Cross of Quetzacoatl or Tonalpohualli THE TOLTEC ORACLE provides a mirror with which to see the hidden truths and potential of our souls.
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This is an interactive oracle and means of divination that functions as a sacred mirror for self-exploration and soul transformation. Based on the divination tool known to the ancients of Mesoamerica as the Cross of Quetzacoatl or Tonalpohualli THE TOLTEC ORACLE provides a mirror with which to see the hidden truths and potential of our souls. It gives us the deeply reflective space that allows the contours of the soul to be seen as it interacts with the governing principles of life. The deck consists of 20 Tonalpohualli cards calendar signs that represent archetypal situations of life and 13 Ruler cards which depict the main deities and sacred principles of the Toltec tradition. Using original sources of Toltec literature poems paintings and philosophical texts THE TOLTEC ORACLE gives the meaning of each card as it related to Toltec symbolism and metaphysical concepts as well as how that meaning is affected by the placement of the card in one of the four quadrants in the principle layout spread corresponding to body mind emotions and spirit. More than 200 exercises and practices with practical applications for the reading accompany the cards. The actual artwork on the cards is taken directly from original 16th century Toltec codices. Anthropologist Victor Sanchez has dedicated his life to the preservation of the traditions of the indigenous peoples of Mexico with whom he has lived for 20 years 33 col cards
Specifikationer
Förlag Bear & Company
Vikt 1066 g
Mediatyp Häftad
Mått 165 x 240 x 48 mm
Språk Engelska
Artikelkod 9781591430261
Författare Sanchez, Victor
Utgiven 2004-08-15
Sidantal 288