Category Archives: Prayer cards
I am running a 20% OFF sale on all art, books, bookmarks, and prayer cards in my etsy shop Wyrd Curiosities through January 31, 2021. Use this code to redeem: TGI2021 (or click the link). There’s more than 300 prayer cards available for our Gods and Goddesses across a range of polytheistic traditions: Norse, Germanic, Celtic, Gaulic, Welsh, Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and so much more.
I have a new prayer card (in progress) for the Kemetic Goddess Nephthys (Nebet-Het). She is the wife of Set, Mother of Anubis, Sister to Isis and a lovely Goddess Who cares for the dead. I have the image for the card, but I do not yet have a prayer.
So, for the next week, until November 10 ( at 9pm EST to be exact), I am running a little agon. I am inviting readers to submit prayers to Nephthys. Prayers should be between 25 and 30 lines long (they can be shorter but they need to fit on a 2 1/2 x 4 inch prayer card, so longer is often problematic) and can be submitted to me at krasskova at gmail.com. Just put “Nephthys” in the subject line.
Once the agon closes, I’ll use divination to determine which prayer is the “winner” and the author of that prayer will receive a copy of my Sekhmet novena book (if you already have it, you can request a different novena book, but that is the only one I have to One of the Neteru) and a dozen of the cards once they’re printed. Each contributor will receive a prayer card of his or her choice (include mailing address and let me know which card you want when you submit your prayer).
I don’t have a devotional practice to Nephthys, and I always feel it’s best when prayers for these cards are written by people who do have a relationship with the Deity in question. So, I’m reaching out to you for help. Here is the card, originally mixed media on Arches Watercolor Paper.
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I have books (including a small selection of texts exclusive to the shop, or the odd autographed book), original paintings, and hundreds of prayer cards for deities from a range of traditions: Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Norse, Germanic, Celtic, Etruscan, Mesopotamia, Baltic, Slavic, and more! There’s dozens of healing deities among the available prayer cards too.
I’ve been getting multiple requests for prayer card updates recently, people wanting to know which Deities have cards in the works, what will be coming out next, etc. Well, here you go:
The next card to be released is this gorgeous Dagda card by Halldora. It will be available by week’s end.
Forthcoming in the next couple of months and probably into the fall as well there will be cards for the Greek Goddess of winter Khione, the Celtic Aengus Og, the Lithuanian snake Goddess Egle, the Norse Goddess Frigga, the Roman Goddess Bona Dea, the Kemetic God Osiris, the Hindu Goddess Kali (by request), and I’m hoping to eventually have a card for Honos and Virtus. So that’s where we are.
If you are an artist interested in working with me, I do pay each artist and the artist retains rights. I purchase the right to print and sell prayer cards only. please feel free to reach out. If you are interested in sponsoring a card, this is doable and makes a nice offering to the Deity or Deities in question. Please feel free to reach out via the contact form at the top of this page (it will take you to a form you can fill out that goes right to my private email).
Be well, be safe, be healthy, folks.
Sorry, this is two days later than promised.
I decided that in a world of such uncertainty that I’d giveaway some prayer card sets of some of our Healing Gods. Winners were randomly selected from the eligible entries.
Here are the winners:
Winners need to use this form to contact me please let me know that you are claiming your giveaway prize by including your Legal Name and Mailing Address. Failure to contact me by April 22, 2020 indicates a forfeiture of your prize.
Mani has been on my mind a great deal the past few days and I’ve been longing, so badly it hurts, to sit in devotional space that is filled with His presence. I ache for a God that I love beyond breath. It brings light and color to my world. It adds a vibrancy to my interior vision. He inspires me but sometimes the hunger hurts. I know that no matter how much I pray or how present He may be, there will always be the distance born of flesh and the cage of corporeality between us and I am Odin’s anyway. Mani’s gentle touch is for me only a moment’s grace, a blessed respite from the roaring raging storm that is my home.
He is ancient. Even among Gods He is ancient for all that He seems lithe and young. He has a cold fury that easily matches Odin, a viciousness and valor that one must look very hard to see. He keeps it well hidden under a graceful, alluring mask, but it is there, a thing of His past, and savage. This adds spice to the longing.
I wanted to do something for Him to day since it’s the new moon. I had intended offerings, instead I found myself moved to paint Him in His warlike glory (not a way in which I usually see Him). I think it came out well and I might turn it into a prayer card. I also cleaned His shrine and I will be making offerings later. One can never do enough for the Gods one loves. I wish it were within my power to give Him the world. That is all.
My Mani shrine
Today’s icon of Mani
Mani and Unn by V. Hardy (soon to be a prayer card).
For years now, I’ve done special devotions to Loki in July. sometimes I post something for Him every day, though I’ve not been doing that this year. Instead, I’ve been making offerings and writing a ton of prayers that my household will be using daily, and paying special attention to Sigyn, something I feel pleases Him greatly (and I love Sigyn dearly).
I did sponsor a new prayer card for Him this year, which is now available in my shop, and specifically chose to unleash it this month in honor of it being His month (even though it’s been finished, ready, and waiting for several months now).
The card is by Grace Palmer, who is absolutely awesome. It shows Loki helping Thor to dress in women’s clothing. This is from the Þrymskiviða, where Thor has to do this in order to win back Mjolnir from a giant who had stolen it. I just love the expression on Thor’s face here (for the record, Loki wasn’t the God Who suggested Thor dress up. That was Heimdallr. lol).
Anyway hail Loki and His family, now and always.
Don’t miss your chance to enter the giveaway and have a chance at an awesome set of Norse deity Prayer Cards. Deadline, end of day Sunday, June 30, 2019 by 11:59pm EST (New York local time). Details at the link: https://krasskova.wordpress.com/2019/06/05/giveaway-time/
This giveaway is designed for FACEBOOK, so that means entries must happen on facebook. Here’s the direct link to the appropriate post: ( http://bit.ly/2WMLxNs ) . Deadline is end of the month, I wanted to give people a chance to get their copies in.
In case anyone is having problems viewing the image with the giveaway information above, I’m also including it below as text.
To celebrate the release of Living Runes: Theory and Practice. I’ve decided to run a giveaway. The prize consists of a set of 20 prayer cards featuring Frigga and her retinue (Saga, Eir, Gefion, Fulla, Sjofn, Lofn, Hlin, Syn, Snotra, Gna, Var, and Vor), as well as Odin and his sons (Thor, Baldr, Vidar, Bragi, Hermod, and Vali). I will select one US winner, and one International winner randomly from all valid entries. Each winner not only receives all those cards, but actually receives a duplicate set of those cards that they can gift to one very lucky friend or divvy up the awarded prayer cards to share among as many friends as they like. So, this is actually one giveaway that entering with your friends can increase your chances of coming away with something.
Here’s how to enter:
Take a picture to share of Living Runes: Theory and Practice. This can be you reading it, or for those that don’t like to post pictures of themselves you can show it on your bookshelf, in your reading nook, posed with your cat, beside a cup of coffee, with your runes–you get the idea. For those of you with ebook copies, just show the cover on your chosen electronic device. I’ll even accept pictures in bookstores, or in libraries (for bookstore and library pic entries please be sure to list the name of the establishment and the city/state/country you found it in). Once your pic is ready:
Like and Comment on this giveaway post on the Galina Krasskova – Wyrd Ways FB Page: http://bit.ly/2WMLxNs
- include your Living Runes: Theory & Practice picture
- tag at least one friend
- include the name of the country in which you currently live
Share this post on FB (toggle the “include original post” option)
Deadline: June 30, 11:59pm EST