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Purchased an Oracle deck while in Oklahoma called "Sibilla Indovina." It originated in France during the late 1700s, 52 cards w/ 4 Suits. Similar to Bridge playing cards but with Victorian-styled watercolor images.
The Sybils were the Oracles of Ancient Greece, the last vestiges of communal Priestesses in the West. Many tribes and kinships in Africa have retained their spiritual and social Initiation systems.
If you recall The Oracle in The Matrix, she was a modernized Sybil. A prophetess. Evangelists are also Modern, religious oracles.
In my book, Corona Code: Dark-Divine Goddess Initiation Guidebook I introduce the Timeline of The Pythian Oracle of Delphi. History of Hellenistic Greece culture.
The Oracle Cards didnt come with an explanation guide. There's a few videos on YouTube and a couple books attempting to assist with the card's meanings . Because of their age & the secrecy surrounding Divination tools much is left to the relationship the reader crafts with their deck.
When I first brought them home I shuffled & reshuffled the cards atleast 50 times while sprinkling homemade Florida Water on my palms. Then I placed them aside with my other Tarot & Oracle decks. Last night I took them out & again began to shuffle. I Held them and settled my mind. Then, knocked at the door...
Two cards slid themselves from the shuffled deck, facing upward. Both were Master Numbers.
Both Feminine cards.
A Warning of Protection.
A Promise of Hope .
Dark & Divine.
Said, Watch for Anger and Sabatoge.
Said, Prepare For Reciprocity.
The cards were more specific, however to share would compromise the reading.
The Bible also tells of the Hebrew Priests divining for the Isrealite Nation as Patriarchs using the stones, Urim and Thummim. One Black, One White.
Dark & Divine.
The Oracles are a prehistoric Order. Fortune Telling takes on many forms.
Projections Are Predictions.
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