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shirley mclaren
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Druid Plant Oracle

Postby shirley mclaren » 09 Jul 2011, 15:35

Can anyone tell me why this is currently unavailable new in the UK both cards and book set (i have found one new set on ebay though.)

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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby merryb » 09 Jul 2011, 18:43

Hi Shirley,

When I saw your post I went onto Amazon to have a look but hey you are right it isn't available at the moment.
I got my copy off the shelf and looked at the publisher and then checked on line and they seem to have it. It may be re-printing. The Link is www.connections-publishing.com
The publishers address is:

Registered Office
Connections Book Publishing
St Chad's House
148 King's Cross Road
London
WC1X 9DH

It is a lovely set and the drawings by Will Worthington are just beautiful.

Hope this helps you find get IPlant Oracle set.

With best wishes
MerryB

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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby shirley mclaren » 10 Jul 2011, 10:09

Many thanks MerryB


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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby Cynon » 22 Aug 2011, 15:27

I recently bought this from the Amazon website, but from an independent trader. It was marked as used, but looking at the trader's description it was described as new and sealed. And when it arrived it was brand new, still in its sealed wrapping. Its worth taking a look at how the traders describe their products, because I got a real bargain here.

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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby Fire oak » 30 Sep 2013, 11:51

Does anyone work with these cards? I brought a set years ago and they have been sat on the bookshelf ever since. It's only now I have felt drawn to pick them up and work with them.
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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby DaRC » 30 Sep 2013, 12:07

It depends what you mean by work with?
I've used them to deepen my understanding of various plants and, via random drawings, to use during meditations. They've been an essential part of my Ovate work and in understanding my local Flora. Sometimes a plant will just kind of crop up in my daily life, sometimes as a kind of messenger, and the DPO has been invaluable in these cases.

Other than that for divination I tend to use the runes.
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most sweet the sight of the sun;
good is health if one can but keep it,
and to live a life without shame. (Havamal 68)
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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby Fire oak » 30 Sep 2013, 13:55

I suppose I meant use them I'm any way and if so how.
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Re: Druid Plant Oracle

Postby Heddwen » 30 Sep 2013, 14:11

I started using mine when I was doing the Ovate course, it seemed the right time. I also have Cunninghams 'Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs' which seemed compatible with the oracle cards. I'd just draw one and then look up the meaning rather than do a full spread. It has to be said that I'm more familiar with the Druid Animal Oracle pack and use them far more often, I guess its a case of what suits.


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