Sibyl's Oraculum (deck & book) by Tayannah Lee McQuillarwiccan place
A system of divination inspired by the Libyan Sibyls, the African prophetesses of the classical world • Includes 44 full-color cards in Latin and English with a comprehensive guidebook • Details how to consult the oracle, providing in-depth write-ups about the meaning of each card and the symbolic language represented by their imagery • Designed to directly address the spiritual lessons underlying the seeker’s query and facilitate self-examination and decision-making • The cards feature full-color paintings in the style of the Libyan mosaics popular with the Roman elite in the 1st century B.C.E. The Oracle of the Black Doves is a system of divination inspired by the Libyan Sibyls, the African prophetesses of the classical world. According to the Greek Historian Herodotus, two black doves flew away from the city of Waset (Thebes) and established the Siwa Oasis oracle in Libya and the first oracle in Greece at Dodona. These powerful Sibyls were consulted by all levels of Greek and, later, Roman society.