The Wild Harmonic Divination Deck


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64+1 cards of elemental relationships for esoteric reflection and reality play.
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A complete course on communion with Creativity in one deck of cards.

Life as an energetic dreamer is dynamic, and one’s map must reflect this. The Wild Harmonic Divination Deck is just such a map. It shifts with the tides and coalesces into a vision for the creative edge of the moment in which it is called upon. While it meets you where you are at in the process of unfolding, it also points to the balance points, the hidden relationships, the foundations that are being utilized and at play in the present.

The Wild Harmonic Divination Deck is created from the basis of the western traditions of esoteric elemental relationships. Beginning with the five classic elements, earth, water, fire, air and spirit, and expanding to include two more elements, celestial and dimensional. To round it out, to “mature” the energy of the relationships, an 8th pseudo element, shadow, is added.

Not only do the elemental relationships that each card contains portray explorable energetic dynamics of life as a creative being, they also map to the often overlooked relationships that exist between the chakras, revealing a new layer of energetic inquiry for those who play in such realms.

Balancing Our Energetic Elements

In the western esoteric traditions a common theme of inquiry and practice is the art of equilibrating the elements. This boils down to learning to “balance” the 4 basic elements (earth, water, fire and air) in order to open the gateway to the 5th element, spirit. As one learns to purify these essential four, they cultivate a deepening capacity for the fifth. As one exercises the fifth, they begin the process embodiment that sinks all the way down through the foundational four.

As the fifth element emerges it also opens the hidden gateways to the sixth and seventh elements, celestial and dimensional. These higher frequency elements are the ways of the stars and beyond.

Giving you navigation points from which to continue your energetic conversation with the cosmos, and fitting into your pocket, The Wild Harmonic Divination Deck is the dream walker’s companion for this era. Dig deep, reach high and relax…you are dreaming.

Uses for the Wild Harmonic Divination Deck

This deck has numerous points of inquiry and practice. Some of them include…

  • Invigorating Divination
    The core purpose of the deck is to be a navigation point for your inquiries; it is never intended that the deck take you to a destination. To this end, each card portrays an energetic play within a creative’s life (you), that lends itself to not just contemplation, but experimental action.
  • Chakra Energy Work
    The deck maps itself to a sublime layer of the relationships between the chakras that is often overlooked in the ROYGBIV approach that has become popular in the west. Any clairvoyant will tell you that any chakra can be any color (and more!), and this deck can help steer one’s cultivation of chakra awareness, healing and opening when used in tandem with energy work.
  • Spiritual Reflection
    Each card is a wormhole of exploration and one adept at path-working (using images and ideas to go on journeys) will find much material to play with in this deck.
  • Ritual Work
    Embedded within the deck are also numerous touchstones for western ceremonial work, and the cards can provide impulses for a deepening of embodiment of one’s circle and alter work.
  • Dreamwork and Shamanism
    Deeply related to the “Spiritual Reflection” use above, the cards can aid the journeyer with visual prompts for exploration and divined input on inquiries into the imaginal.
  • Energy Cultivation
    All of the cards in the deck are sourced from my personal inquiry into Shamanism and Warriorship, and reflect the course of gathering one’s energetic resources to engender an ever deeper relationship with Creativity.
  • Inquiry & Creativity
    My aim is that no card be the final word on what it represents. Using the various bits of information on each card can help a diviner to develop their own insights into these relationships, which could even better fit with their own uniqueness.