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Goddesses Knowledge Cards™: Paintings by Susan Seddon Boulet

Goddesses from Greek, Roman, Celtic, Native American, Egyptian, Middle Eastern, Scandinavian, and many other traditions are gathered here to enhance our understanding of the roles of the feminine deity. In learning about these archetypes, we come to recognize them in ourselves -to gain a clearer perception of our powers and weaknesses and to achieve a common thread, a link to the collective unconscious. Susan Seddon Boulet s magnificent paintings and Michael Babcock s insightful text offer a brilliant vision of the female pantheon.

With paintings on one side and brief biographies on the other, these 48 fact-filled Knowledge Cards are a great source of condensed information all in a deck the size of a pack of playing cards! You ll learn essential facts about the featured art and artists in this concise, stimulating compilation. Perfect for connoisseurs, art fiends, students, teachers, and the purely inquisitive, this deck is sure to spark your curiosity and admiration, and to encourage you to learn more on your own.

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  1. SeashellPoint "Nancy" says

    Gorgeous Visionary Art and Goddess Guidance This beautiful deck of 48 cards feature the goddess paintings of visionary artist Susan Seddon Boulet. Images draw on the goddesses from many traditions and the flip side of each card explains the role of that goddess in mythology and how her special energy can be brought into your life. These cards are wonderful for meditation or for creating your own readings for yourself and others. Highly recommended!

  2. Sprout says

    a nice item I thought these were a great idea. I found them in a used bookstore for $5.The good: The goddess cards cover a pretty wide range of pantheons. The descriptive text on the back is well-written and high quality. The artwork is imaginative.The less-than-good: Overall, it seems the artist has one female face that she uses as a template for her art: full lips, long face, peaceful yet somewhat vacant eyes. In a deck like this, I would have desired perhaps some more differences among the goddesses in order to highlight the natures of the deities depicted, especially the more feral or darker aspects, which this deck seems to shy away from. It has a very warm/fuzzy/positive feel, and seems to avoid or gloss over some of the darker archetypes.After browsing through the deck again, it almost seems like she might have used the same model for many of the pieces. Despite that complaint, this is still a solid product for which i would have paid full price.

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