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Mystical Kipper

The traditional
Kipper cards gleam in a
new mystical splendor.
~Quote from the Box

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Title: Mystical Kipper

Author: Regula Elizabeth Fiechter

Illustrator: Urban Trosch

Publisher: AGM Urania/U.S. Games System

  • Become entwined and let yourself be wrapped by the art of the Mystical Kipper.
  • The Mystical Kipper (sequel to the Mystical Lenormand), features 36 lovely illustrated cards. Each card has two borders, one which is a single color around the image and the second one is more like a frame for pictures. The cards have a number at the top of the cards and the title at the bottom of the cards. Keep in mind that this oracle deck is NOT a Lenormand oracle deck. But much like the Lenormand, this oracle deck has two cards which represent the male, female, and child consultant who are receiving a reading. But again, this oracle decks a different divination approach.
  • In this oracle deck, a card that caught my attention was card number 33 titled Gloomy Thoughts. Here we see a man standing at the top of a tall cliff looking down at the sea. Below the sea is a seal. Gloomy thoughts represent when we cannot think clearly or we have a series of sad thoughts which may lead to depression and speaking about depression, it appears that the man on top of the cliff is going to jump to his death!
  • The next card is number 28, Expectation. In this card we see the corner of a house and peeking through the window is a young man and outside the house is a dog who lies on the floor. Both appear to be waiting for someone or something. This card tells you that you are waiting for someone or something. There is something that you are highly anticipating but is yet to come to you.
  • The last card is an important card for this oracle deck. This card is number 16 titled His Thoughts (because it is titled HIS [thoughts], it does not mean that it represents a male consultant). In this card we have a man who is dressed elegantly and revising himself in front of a mirror. Beside him is a cute penguin to watches as he dresses himself. When this card is next to any of the surrounding cards, it will tell you the persons thoughts. For example, what they think of a particular situation or person.
  • The back of the cards are not reversible and the illustration used for the back of the cards has a lavender background which decorated by flowers and inside an oval type of shape is a bluish grey money who holds a crystal ball.
  • The size of the cards are 2 1/2″ in height and 1 3/4″ weight. Much like bridge playing cards.
  • The cards are absolutely sturdy, flexible, non-glossy and easy to shuffle.
  • The box in which these cards come in is an original tuck box
  • The Little White Book is written by Regula Elizabeth Fiechter, who also wrote the Little White Book for the Mystical Lenormand. The LWB is very well written and gets to the point of what each card means.
  • The illustrations are done Urban Trosch who also illustrated the artwork for the Mystical Lenormand. The artwork is very warm and friendly, but very powerful too. The artwork is of egg tempera technique.
  • I’m in all with this oracle deck and just love the way it reads! Regardless if it’s a one or many cards spreads, it gives the answer that I’m looking for. The LWB, which is written by Regula Elizabeth Fiechter is a must read. I like how she explains what the cards mean and how they are every easy to understand and interpret. Anyone of all ages will have fun reading with this oracle deck. 36 cards are just enough to get the answers that you are looking for. What I like the most is that I can combine this oracle deck with the Mystical Lenormand and get more in depth answers, and since both are illustrated by the same illustrator, I can’t even tell the difference (lol). Acquire this small fortune telling deck by clicking here!

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