Review of Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck

Three weeks ago The Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck by Rosy Aronson showed up on my doorstep.

I opened the deck. I looked through the cards. And oh my god….

I felt like I knew each and every person on these cards. When you watch my video review below you’ll see what I’m talking about….

I’ll sum it up quickly for you in case you don’t have time to watch the whole video…

The Deck

I love this deck!

This deck was made for doing self readings. These cards will help you explore different aspects of your self – working with your shadows and discovering hidden strengths.

The Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck is ideal for both beginners and experienced card readers.

The Guidebook

The guidebook is amazing. Each card/character gets it’s own story and has it’s dark and light attributes, which I love. I always say that every Tarot/Oracle card has both negative and positive aspects and this guidebook really drives that point home.

Each card has a list of deep questions that you can ask yourself for further insights, making this deck a great tool for self inquiry.

I often just ignore the guidebooks that come with decks, but with this one I actually do refer to it quite often because I like the reflective questions.

Own this deck!

The Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck by Rosy Aronson can be purchased directly from the Artist’s site or on Amazon.

Rosy’s website also gives some more info about how and why these cards were created, which I enjoyed.

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4 Responses to Review of Wisdom Keepers Oracle Deck

  1. Rosy Aronson says:

    I’m so touched and honored by this review! Thank you so much for sharing about the Wisdom Keepers with your community, and for receiving this deck in the spirit with which it was created. I can feel that the Wisdom Keepers are very happy in your hands.

    Deepest gratitude,
    Rosy

  2. MicheleB says:

    Kate – I bought this deck after you a did a reading with it. Love it! There is a card that reminded me of Robin Williams.
    Michele

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