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The Goddess Tarot Deck by Kris Waldherr
The Goddess Tarot Deck by Kris Waldherr
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully Illustrated!, Oct. 15 2003
Whether used in meditation or readings, this is a wonderfully illustrated deck of tarot cards. The colors are feminine but not cutesy; the images are empowering, not overtly sexual or aggressive. The deck gives the reader a different outlook on card interpretation by representing the Major Arcana with different Goddesses from around the world. This may spark a new interest in a particular Goddess and lead the reader to further their knowledge in what She has to teach.
I've found that this deck is very useful when dealing with emotional questions and situations. The interpretations focus more on explaining the motivations that cause, enhance, begin, or continue a situation instead of… Read more
5.0 out of 5 stars This toothbrush makes the six-month cleaning a breeze..., June 21 2003
I have what I call PTDSD (Post Traumatic Dental Stress Disorder). I have horrible teeth that require lots of fillings and root canals. The dental work with novacaine can be bad enough and the cleanings themselves can be such an event! (and I have one of the best dentists around) Since Sonicare offers a 28 day, money-back guarantee, I bought this toothbrush four weeks before my teeth cleaning appointment.
The features of the toothbrush are great! After just the first use, my teeth felt awesome! I was worried the constant vibration in my mouth would be annoying or painful but it wasn't. It is preprogrammed to gradually increase to full speed during the first week you use it. It also has… Read more
Mists of Avalon (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Anjelica Huston
Mists of Avalon (Widescreen) DVD ~ Anjelica Huston
How excited I was to learn that one of my favorite books was being turned into a movie! And with such talented actors! Then I watched it - and my temper flared. It is one thing to edit a book to make it into a movie, but it is another thing to butcher it. In their attempt to cram the whole novel into a three hour mini-series (4 hours with commericials), the audience is left confused by rushed events and unexplained plots. It would have been better to make it a longer mini-series or feature film so that the true story could be told and that the actors could shine even more.