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The wait is over and the The Oracle of Freya - Journey of The Völva oracle card set is now available from creator Bela Siol.  To "kick" off the Kickstarter campaign, I interviewed deck creator Bela about her process. UPDATE: The project fully funded and you can contact Bela directly for copies.

Bela is the creator of the Oracle of Nehalennia (episode 22) and the Transformational Oracle of the Morrighan (episode 29). These decks are still available at belasiol.com.

We have a fun time discussing her inspiration to create the Oracle of Freya and how Freya connected with her to do it. 

 

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Freya chant written by Bela Siol, sung and performed by Elsa Field.  Facebook: @elsafieldmusic or by emailing: elsa@elsafield.co.uk

Back the deck at the Kickstarter campaign here: 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/oracledecks/the-oracle-of-freya

How to find Bela and the cards: 

Facebook: @belasioloracledecks  Instagram: @bela.siol

 

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Music: To Hear the Trumpets Call (intro) by Hauk Heimdallsman. Also Apple Seed Seduction by Hauk. Hauk's music is currently on Bandcamp you can find him on Facebook @HaukMusic. Hauk was interviewed on episode 5. Black Hat Society's latest album can also be found on Bandcamp.

All music selections on this podcast are written, produced, and copywritten by their respective creators/owners. They are used with permission.

Logo Created by Xan Folmer.

Logo based on the Vanic boar created by Vanatru Priestess Ember of the Vanic Conspiracy (Ember was interviewed on episode 7).

Studio recordings by Zencastr and Audacity.

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