The art of Sulamith Wülfing (1901-1989) reveals a hidden mystical world that captures the beauty and spirituality of darkness and light, fairies and angels, and otherworldly spirits.

Rich with medieval-style ornamentation, 40 of Wulfing’s subdued paintings grace the cards of the Fairy Oracle. The back of the cards feature a black and white illustration with a brief saying intended for oracular use. Some examples include:

Every new beginning has a protective magic that helps us to grow.

The moment you are following somebody else, you are no longer following the truth.

As many souls, as many pathways to God.

It is an old, ironic habit of human beings to run faster when we have lost our way.

Be careful not to become so heavenly that you are useless on earth.

There is no booklet or guidebook that accompanies this deck.

While the Fairy Oracle images are cute, the cards as an oracle aren’t particularly deep. If you’re used to the Tarot and other meaningful oracles, you may be disappointed with this deck. However, if you like looking at pretty pictures, enjoy daily inspiration, and have an affinity for nature spirits, you’ll likely enjoy this delightful deck.

Below are six images from the deck:

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Fairy Oracle - Sulamith Wulfing