Tarot Media Company is coming out with new Brighid Oracle!

Here is the PR about this exciting new project coming out from TMC just in time for Imbolc and Brighid’s Feast!

New Brighid Oracle
Brings Celtic Goddess into Daily Life

San Francisco, CA, February 1, 2011 – Bringing the divine energy and wisdom of this beloved Celtic goddess into daily life, The Brighid Oracle by Ceri Norman is being released by Tarot Media Company. Whether you have a little bit of Irish in your genes, are fascinated by all things Celtic, or are looking to connect with a Goddess who will guide and inspire you, this Oracle has something that appeals to everyone.

The 33 card oracle deck and companion book spring from Norman’s extensive work as a dedicated Priestess of Brighid. Her inspiration comes from ancient magic, mythology, and monuments associated with this revered Celtic Goddess, as well as the inner realms of magic and mystery.

The artist’s extensive knowledge and long devotion to Brighid result in rich and vital images. Norman shared that she has “hugely enjoyed working with Lady Brighid to create this Oracle in Her honor and feel blessed to now be able to share it with others, thanks to Tarot Media Company. ?Brighid’s inspiration is a constant source of strength and wisdom for me, and through this Oracle I share the experience of working with Brighid with others, to inspire them on their own path.”

With this work, Norman presents the goddess in her many magical forms. ?Brighid is known to and loved by many people from a variety of backgrounds and paths as Celtic Goddess, Christian Saint, or Faerie Queen.  The cards explore the mythical landscapes, sacred creatures, ancient rites, and rich treasures of creativity which Brighid provides.   Many of Her myths and magical symbols are represented in the cards of this Oracle, some very familiar (such as the Brighid’s cross) and some original to Norman (such as the geographic images).

“When I saw the images Ms. Norman sent for consideration, I knew we would publish this Oracle,” stated Anastasia Haysler, Tarot Media Company President. “Her artwork is beautiful in itself, and her expression of the many aspects of Brighid is a delightful revelation, regardless of the viewer’s level of knowledge or experience of this Goddess. Ms. Norman’s creative manifestation of her work with Brighid provide keys anyone can use to create or enhance their own relationship with this beloved Celtic Goddess.”

Norman’s most recent novel, Celtic Maidens, was released in 2010. She has contributed articles and images to Brighid & Me – Experiences of the Goddess, and numerous spirit-oriented publications. Most recently Norman has been welcomed as a features writer for Faeries and Enchantment Magazine, and she writes a regular Earth Energies column for the Glastonbury-based Four Winds Magazine.

About Ceri Norman:
As a dedicated Priestess of Brighid, Norman is a Cill host and flame keeper for the Ord Brighideach (Order of Brighid) and a member of the Tuatha De Brighid.
After obtaining a traditional degree in History and English, Norman earned Diplomas in Crystal Healing and Rune Divination. She resides in the United Kingdom with her husband, who is an Angel Worker.
More information about Norman and her work can be found at www.cerinorman.com

Comments 1

  • I’m very excited to have found your blog and your aswner to the question can you be a christian and read tarot cards? You didn’t say anything that I hadn’ already thought myself but reading it validated my feeling on the subject. I applaud your courage to be a Christian who reads tarot cards and be open about it. You are probably somewhat unique but know there are others(i’m the only one i know of besides you so far) out there who share your belief. I’m glad to have found your blog. I’ll be back again to read more.

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