Category Archives: Prayer cards
These should be available in my shop as of late next week.
Hodr by G. Palmer
Chantico by G. Palmer
Lucifer by G. Palmer
Here are the two newest prayer cards. They will be available in my shop next week.
Kuan Yin by G. Palmer
Eir by W. McMillan.
(and a huge thank you to all the wonderful artists with whom I work. You guys rock).
Vesta by Grace Palmer. 🙂
This will be available late next week.
The newest prayer card is this gorgeous image of Hestia by G. Palmer. It will be available in my shop next week.
And courtesy of P.S.V.L. and artist Grace Ibor:
Then we have Nergal by Lykeia
and Hekate by W. McMillan.
Pazuzu by B. Kring.
and finally, by request, a card for our past religious specialists: shamans, spirit workers, diviners, seers, orpheotelestai, vitkar, etc. The artwork here is mine.
These are all currently available.
There are two new prayer cards that will shortly be available. The first, Dagr by Grace Palmer, will be finished next week (it’s at the printer now), the second, Milda, also by Grace Palmer is one for which I need a prayer. If anyone would like to donate the prayer, I would be most appreciative and you would receive notice on the back of the card and six prayer cards of your choice. Milda is the Lithuanian Goddess of love in all its forms (so i’d like the prayer to be as inclusive as possible). Any takers?
Dagr by G. Palmer
Milda by G. Palmer
Mundilfari, holding a baby Sunna (or maybe Sinthgunt) and Mani. 🙂 This card will be available next week.
Hygeia pulled a fast one with me and ended up with two cards. LOL. Here is the latest by Halldora. It’ll be in the store next week. 🙂
Here is the newest prayer card, which will be available on my etsy store next week. This completes the Roman medical triad of Asklepios, Hygeia, and Salus. These Deities were extremely popular and had extensive cultus amongst both the medical corps of the Roman military and the common people too. (There are other healing deities that received cultus in ancient Rome, but these three were the most popular amongst the military).
Here is the Salus card by G. Palmer (I think it’s one of my favorites!).
Once this card is back from the printer, I will be offering the three (Asklepios, Hygeia, and Salus) as a set, in addition to individually. The cards normally cost $4/each but I’ll be offering this set for $9 plus .50 cents shipping and handling. If you are interested in purchasing this in advance, please contact me at krasskova at gmail.com. Otherwise it will be available on etsy next week.