The Wicca Pack consists of 42 divinatory cards and an accompanying 128 page, richly-illustrated book, all in its own sturdy case... Sally Morningstar has created a very nice tool at a great price.
The 42 unnumbered cards are beautiful renditions of some of the animals, concepts, deities, magickal beings, places of power, symbols, and tools connected to the Wiccan belief system. Each card has a word association below the identity of the card's image. Wand/Intention, Cave/Retreat, Spell/Enlightenment, Horned God/Life Force are some examples of the images depicted.
Just about half of the accompanying book is devoted to the cards -- their layout and interpretation. Interpretations include card vibration, keywords, card high and low notes, background, meaning, and a magickal exercise.
There are five spreads provided for card layout, a 7-card chakra spread, a 7-card relationship spread, a 6-card star spread, a traditional 3-card past/present/future spread and a one-card draw. I am a little surprised that Morningstar didn't include the Wheel of the Year spread as it certainly is a highly appropriate layout suggestion. Really, almost any type of spread would work with this deck.
Aside from the aforementioned pages devoted to card layout and interpretation, Morningstar also provides a Correspondence Table, Term Glossary, Address List and Index at the back of the book. The rest of the pages are devoted to information on the history, beliefs, practices and seasonal celebrations of Wicca. Morningstar includes a chapter on crafting magickal tools and provides spell or ritual ideas throughout the book.
One problem I had is that, despite the nice organization of the book, card interpretations weren't organized alphabetically, nor their pages listed individually in the contents, for easy information retrieval. Also, though I think she made a worthy attempt, the author was a bit too ambitious in trying to provide so much information regarding Wicca. Perhaps she should have steered the interested to other, richer resources on the topic.
It would have been much nicer instead to have more integration between the cards and the Wiccan Sabbats, Esbats or provide other ritual/magickal uses for the cards.
Despite these few shortcomings, those interested in the divinatory arts and/or Wicca will love working with this deck and will find appropriate ways to incorporate these cards into their divination work or spiritual dabblings. Those who just want to learn more about Wicca will now have a very unique way in which to do so. Recommended for divination and magickal practitioners of all skill levels.