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Aboriginal Chakra Goddess Cards

The Aboriginal Chakra Goddess Cards are unique. 

The 49 cards consist of 7 different colours, of which each colour is represented by a Chakra Angel or Faery, a God and Goddess, and 4 chakra cards.

This set of Aboriginal Chakra Goddess Cards are inspired by the close connection between the Australian Aboriginal Artist/Author’s spirituality, and her relationship with the deities from a range of other cultures together with the merging of the chakras.

These cards capture a distinctive and rare blend of cultures, to produce an Oracle that is based on ancient spirituality which spans time and cultural beliefs.

Other titles by Mel Brown

Aboriginal Spirit Oracle Cards

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Aboriginal Dreamtime Oracles

CD: Aboriginal Spirit Meditation

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