REVIEW: SIBILLA ORACLE CARDS
Updated: Mar 4
Unboxing, First Impressions & Review
I have been fascinated with the classics lately and when I stumbled upon Sibilla, I was blown away. Sibilla has a different cartomancy system
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK.
Each card features a charming illustration from everyday life in the late 1700-1800s.
2. CARD STOCK
There are 52 cards printed in smooth cardstock.
Comes with the usual Lo Scarabeo LWB that are in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.
You can order the deck:
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WHAT I HATE:
The tuck box. I easily rip and destroy tuck boxes.
Sibilla cards have been created during the time of Marie-Anne Therese Lenormand was a popular seer and diviner in France. The deck came to being to made it possible for those who didn’t have the means to consult Madame Lenormand to do their own fortunetelling. I am in love with this card system! It is predictive and accurate and has been my go-to deck since I started with it.
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That concludes my review.
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