Oracle Card Review: Angels of Atlantis by Stewart Pearce

This is a mini review since I haven’t even used these cards in a reading yet! I just got them from Amazon yesterday. I discovered Stewart Pearce online. He’s in London so his stuff is produced by a UK publisher, Findhorn, and you might have to buy it online versus at a local bookstore. He specializes in sound healing and voice coaching. If you watch any of his YouTube videos, you’ll see he’s quite colorful! I find his accent to be like Prince Charles’ accent.

He also leads trips to Egypt twice a year, which I’d love to do! I almost went on a trip to the pyramids with Sylvia Browne back in the day, and I still regret not going 😦

I LOVE the artwork on the cards. This is always my #1 issue with oracle cards. The cards have a black edge and futuristic artwork. He has cards for 12 angels (each has several cards). Each angel has it’s own colored orb of light which represents it (not a drawing of an angel with wings). I like how the cards include collage elements like a crop circle, Glastonbury, The Sphinx, a dolphin and a unicorn. Jesus appears on one of the Sandalphon cards and Mary on a Jophiel card.

Some of his info is different: he spells Chamuel as “Shamael” and he calls Cassiel “Zaphkiel.” He also uses the color purple for Michael, when he is always associated with the color blue!

The Angels of Atlantis oracle card deck comes with a small booklet that describes the message of each card. I also bought the companion book (same title), which has full chapters about each angel.

For now, I’m slowly reading through this book and his book about healing your heart, “The Heart’s Note.” His writing is quite dense. He includes a lot of references to Egyptian gods, Greek mythology and The Bible, which I like!


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