🥀 BRING THESE CARDS INTO YOUR HEARTH & LET THE SPIRIT OF THESE PLANTS BLOOM WITHIN YOU.🌜

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  • Botanical Tarot and Botanical Oracle card decks, illustrated and painted by hand. Each of these botanical and flora inspired, intuitive tarot decks delves into the garden and the natural world while remaining rooted in mythology and tradition.

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  • Botanical Tarot deck and Botanical Oracle card deck, illustrated and painted by hand. Each of these botanical and flora inspired, intuitive tarot decks delves into the garden and the natural world while remaining rooted in mythology and tradition.

    BOTANICAL TAROT & ORACLE DECKS

  • Limited Edition Fine art prints inspired by the natural world, herbariums, plant magic and serpents. Hand-gilded in antique gold with deckled edges.

    LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK

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  • FROM MY GARDEN: BELOVED PLANTS & BLOOMS

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    REVIEWS FROM OUR BUDDING COMMUNITY

  • Pythia Botanica Oracle Volume II is illustrated by hand and rooted in plant magic, the natural world, and ancient mythology. Through 48 botanical oracle cards, we explore the plant world and all of the mystery, magic, wisdom and wonder it provides. Read these cards in traditional Tarot spreads, and allow the spirit of these plants to guide you.

    A GUIDE: THE GARDEN MEETS THE CARDS

  • Iris Magic From the Garden to the Cards

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    "There are always flowers for those who want to see them." - Matisse

    If Winter's garden was a blank canvas, this Spring's first buds have felt like imagination sprouting from the page. Art and plants oft-entwine in these ways for me: An idea, like seeds, below the surface, then sketching out a vine to where one's hues become painted blooms.

    Summer approaches and my garden is prepared to meet it. Iris, Poppies, Roses and more greet me each morning — a magical moment as sudden and stunning as the images received in unconscious dreams.
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    Within the garden canvas comes this rainbowed palette: Iris, the endlessly-hued messenger Goddess and mystery-steeped bloom. Sharp leaves like swords prop up deceptively delicate petals that present a world either closing or unfolding per the eye of the beholder.
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    Iris as illustrated in the Maiden Oracle as "Below the Robe" (left) and in the Ad Orbita Tarot as the Queen of Pentacles (right).

    Iris contains meanings in the Maiden Oracle and the Ad Orbita Tarot, as well. From the bulbs of ideas sprung from this Spring's garden painting to the cards:

    Below the Robe

    The goddess Iris offers a veil, a robe that becomes rope to pull us from our depths into a better place. A kindred spirit to the Maiden’s Persephone card, we are protected by a traveler between two worlds with Iris. Her dress is swaying among our shoulders, tangled on our ears. We must reach outside ourselves and be carried clear from fears.


    Pentacles Queen


    Nurture the magic of ancient light set on untouched surfaces with the Queen of Pentacles' Iris. So much time is spent fearing the unknown, or wanting for its surprises. Yet here we rest at peace, as it settles or rises.

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