About Priestess Moon

A gifted psychic revealed years ago that working with symbols is Priestess Moon’s life purpose, and this symbol work has and continues to help many people throughout the world.

Oracle cards are divination tools designed to help you access your own intuition. Using the cards can help you to take action, answer questions, reassure and bring comfort. I write meanings for each of my oracle cards based on metaphysical concepts, life experience and extensive research.

Priestess Moon is a Western Australian artist and author. Her work is designed to impart a sense of enchantment, and she has five solo exhibitions to her name as well as numerous group exhibitions. Renowned for being colourful, decorative and highly symbolic, her work brings universal symbols into a modern context as she imbues them with her own ideas and insights.

Having completed a Bachelor of Arts in Design in 1995, Priestess Moon made the life-changing move to the land of her ancestors, Scotland. There she discovered Celtic paganism and, with it, the spirituality of the natural world.

She brings this mysticism into her art and writing, and her works have strong links to illuminated manuscripts, herbal codex and magickal grimoires. Containing special symbols that act as energy tools, the artwork is designed to evoke certain qualities such as peace, protection and prosperity. The addition of gold leaf to many of her paintings enhances the meaning, luminosity and beauty of the pieces.

Priestess Moon’s gorgeous sets of oracle cards reveal the manifestation skills that make life here on Earth more enjoyable and fun!

Published titles by Priestess Moon include The Enchanted Spell Oracle, the Making Magick Mini Spell Cards, the Making Magick Oracle, and The Enchanted Unicorn Oracle, all through Rockpool Publishing. Priestess Moon illustrated the 2003 Witchcraft Diary & Book of Shadows published by FPC Magazines. In 2015, she self-published the limited edition Priestess Moon Oracle.

'Prosperity' from the Enchanted Spell Oracle
‘Prosperity’ from The Enchanted Spell Oracle

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