The Crystal Wisdom Healing Oracle | Oracle Cards | Judy Hall
Crystals have been used for divination since ancient times. Their powerful intrinsic energies can serve as mirrors to reveal your true path and link you to that part of yourself that is all-seeing and all-knowing. Created by bestselling crystals expert Judy Hall, The Crystal Wisdom Healing Oracle will connect you to your higher, intuitive self, and, in the process, give you amazing insights into your past, present and future.
The kit consists of a fully illustrated book containing 50 crystal profiles and advice on using the Oracle, and a deck of 50 crystal divination cards. Shuffle the pack and draw a card for an immediate insight. Or, for more in-depth readings, spread the shuffled cards according to one of the four crystal lattice designs the author describes, each one suitable for a different type of enquiry: Square (answering what if? questions); Hexagonal (how to move forward); Orthorhombic (hidden obstacles and skills); Triclinic (making decisions). Five card suits reflect the vibrational frequencies of the crystals within them (Earthy, Healing, Cosmic, Integration and Interactive) and allow you to conduct divinations at various levels, from the material to the spiritual.
Superb, specially commissioned photography captures the essence of each of the 50 crystals shown on the cards. Perfect for anyone drawn to the beauty and healing energy of crystals, this Oracle shows you how to call upon them, even in card form, for life guidance and self-knowledge.
About the Author
Judy Hall is an internationally known author, astrologer, crystal expert, psychic and healer. A leading authority on spiritual development, Judy has more than 45 years of experience in karmic astrology, crystal healing and past-life therapy. She is the author of over 45 books - including the bestselling The Crystal Bible, which has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide - and her writing has been translated into 16 languages. Judy has four times been named as one of the 100 most spiritually influential people in the world in the Watkins Review.