Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle

By (author) Sonja Grace

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Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle
By (author) Sonja Grace

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Pages : 144

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9781620559130

Imprint : Findhorn Press

On Sale Date : August 20, 2019

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Diving deep into the profound wisdom of Norse mythology, this 54-card divination set depicts Norse deities, runes, and mythic beings with messages from the Nine Realms. It includes a book offering guidance on card spreads, direct and reverse meanings of the cards, and how to ask questions of the oracle.
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About Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle

Deepen your connection to spirit and follow your life’s path with the ancient wisdom of this powerful Norse oracle card deck

• Includes 54 full-color cards depicting Norse deities, runes, and mythic beings with a message from the Nine Realms and a book offering guidance and card spreads

• Draws on universal themes, present in every culture or tradition, such as love, fear, purpose, power, medicine

• Illustrated with the author’s original artwork, inspired by her upbringing in Native American and Norse cultures and based on her interpretation of

Norse mythology Norse mythology is rich with meaning and symbolism carried down through the ages. Diving deep into the profound wisdom of the Nordic traditions, Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle presents a unique divination tool created by mystic and healer Sonja Grace. Inspired by Sonja’s ability to communicate with the Norse gods and spirit travel back in time, this deck of 54 cards features the famed Norse gods Odin, Thor, Loki, and goddess Freyja alongside some of the lesser known but equally powerful deities such as Frigg, Rán, Tyr, and Baldur. The cards evoke the mysteries of the Nine Realms of Asgard, Midgard, Vanaheim, Jotunheim, Nlflheim, Muspelheim, Alfheim, Svartalfheim, and Hel. These nine worlds are held in the branches and roots of the great tree of Yggdrasil, the World Tree located at the very center of the Universe. Also depicted in these oracle cards are 24 runes, among them Gebo (gift), Naudiz (need), and Wunjo (joy), each one with a meaning and purpose that can stand singularly and in combination with other cards drawn from the deck.

The cards touch on universal themes such as love, fear, purpose, power, medicine, and energy, revealing new insight into and understanding of the enigma of life. Each card’s illustration is based on a hand-drawn original by Sonja Grace, representing everything from the sacred waters of the Norse, to the dwarves, elves, giants, runes, and gods. The cards’ powerful imagery allows you to deepen your connection to spirit and discover the hidden meanings of both direct and reverse placements of the cards. The included book shows you how to work with a range of different spreads, giving clearer insight and divine guidance on single questions as well as on more complex issues relating to past, present, and future.

Imbued with the knowledge and the power of a strong tradition, Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle can help clarify your path and provide guidance for your life’s unfolding.
Excerpt

Book Excerpt

The Personal Connection

My father came from Norway, and the influence of the language, culture, and foods was an integral part of my childhood. I went to Norway to visit my sister and see a site I had previously spirit traveled to when I wrote my book Spirit Traveler. Stoplesteinane is an ancient stone circle located on a steep hillside and marked by 16 stones. Called there by the energies contained within I sat in the center. I am a mystic, healer, and spirit traveler. I see all levels of the unseen world--from angels to demi-gods, and my encounters with the Norse gods have given me a lifetime of experiences. As I melted into the energies of the circle, the demi-gods appeared tall, strong, and with piercing blue eyes. Odin, Thor, Freyja, and Loki brought messages and urged that I deliver the true meaning of the myths and legends of Asgard through my art and my intuitive abilities.

How to Use the Cards

The cards carry messages from the nine realms, the sacred water, dwarves, elves, giants, gods, and the runes. They have information for the user and touch on love, fear, purpose, power, medicine, energy that help to unfold the mysteries of the nine realms. When we look to the past, we can learn what our patterns have been and how we repeat them, not only as individuals but also as a collective. This knowledge is authoritative in identifying our attachments, emotional wounds, and karma. The present moment is where we can redefine ourselves, become aware of our feelings and learn how to manage them. The future is in a liquid state. When we focus thoughts and energy on what we want to create the future begins to align with the vibration. Karma is a significant factor in how the future unfolds. If our desires are too future-focused, we can get caught not being present.

Sample Spread

The three-card spread below represents the past, present, and future. It will help you understand what you may need to work on, your current emotional and spiritual status and what the future potentially holds.

For example, the first card drawn is Odin placed in the position of the past. Odin is the most powerful of the Norse Gods. He is the ruler of Asgard and husband to Frigg. Odin understands the nine realms and the true nature of humankind whose earthbound experience is measured through the duality of good and evil, right and wrong and keeps us from finding our true inner peace. Odin wanders betwixt and between the nine realms. He believes in the truth inherent in each person’s soul. This card is about picking a side and Odin’s belief that it is best to be centered, standing in the middle and choosing observation over judgment. Go within and find your center. Release your attachments to either side. Meditate. You will discover the journey you long for is within.

If drawn in reverse the card indicates that you have taken a side and perhaps rooted yourself in something you no longer believe. Take time to examine your thinking and ask yourself why you are so attached to this particular point of view. The universe is made up of infinite possibilities. Through meditation release your attachments into the Earth and feel what it is like to be free.

The present card is next. In this example, the card is Freyja who is the only female named for the Vanir: a group of demi-gods that represent fertility and once rivaled the Aesir, a dominant group of gods that included Odin and Thor. Freyja is desired by the giants. She embodies love and fertility. She is a powerful shaman who knows and practices the magic Seid, which gives her the ability to determine the fate of men and women and to arrange death and even cause ill health. In drawing this card, you are invoking a powerful goddess known throughout the nine realms for her sexual prowess. Pulling this card puts you on notice that your sexual energy needs to be grounded and not misused. The greatest magic is our ability to embody divine love. Do not mistake your power as that of a demi-god. You are responsible for your karma and soul’s journey. Freyja teaches that love is the most potent magic throughout the realms.

When you draw Freya in reverse, it suggests you are misusing your power and manipulating others. You must take care to set your course on integrity and truth and make sure you do not act recklessly or irresponsibly in your desire for things outside of yourself such as power, money or love. Freyja drawn in reverse comes with a warning to switch your focus to the highest vibration of love and transcend your Earth-bound experience.

The third card drawn in this spread represents the future, and in this example, it is the rune Jera. This rune is about the fruition of your labor. You have planted your seeds and cared for your field, and now you have a plentiful harvest. The only way this happens is with focus and diligence. Jera is natural law. It is the fruition of your hard work. Freyja is related to this rune as she represents fertility and harvest. This rune is about being in alignment with Creator and the Earth. When we are present, we witness the cyclical nature of the universe and experience natural law. There is no reverse to this rune, only the mindfulness to not be impatient. Your process is your harvest.

This three-card spread represents the relationship between past actions and your possible future self and where there is work to be done. Look for further messages within the artwork; note how Odin is rooted to the tree of knowledge, Yggdrasill; that cats pull Freya's chariot; and that the rune, Jera, displays sturdy stalks of corn and a fruitful harvest. Only you can interpret the messages these cards hold.
Author Bio
Sonja Grace is a highly sought after mystic, healer, artist, and storyteller with both Norwegian and Native American heritage. As an intuitive healer, she has been counseling an international roster of clients for over thirty years. The award-winning author of Dancing with Raven and Bear, Spirit Traveler, and Become an Earth Angel, she has appeared multiple times on Gaia TV and on Beyond Belief with George Noory and Coast to Coast AM. She lives in Arizona with her husband.

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