A Guide to Madame Endora's Fortune Cards and Mystical Wisdom Throughout the Ages. This guidebook to Madame Endora's Fortune Cards offers insightful advice concerning matters of love, money, health and general prosperity with detailed definitions of the cards and their meanings as well as various divinatory spreads. This book also contains Madame Endora's Wisdom of the Ages, offering illustrated chapters on various means of divination, such as astrology, palmistry, phrenology, dreams and pendulums, in addition to mystical alphabets, rune magic, love spells and charms, candle magic, alchemy, gemstones, I Ching, the Kabbalah, labyrinths and sacred Yantras. The symbolic artwork is based on Old World myth and lore, and blends Egyptian, Celtic and Fantasy themes in an elegant Art Nouveau style.
The fastest and easiest way to discover what the future holds.This original deck of 48 fortune-telling cards is based on Old World myth and lore and blends Egyptian, Celtic and Fantasy themes in an elegant Art Nouveau style. Each card features its own unique fortune for a quick reading, and an instruction booklet is included for a more detailed definition.
Includes Pure Chance, in which Serena Deveaux hires bodyguard and her high school crush Brandon Chance to pose as her boyfriend to fend off a stalker, and Insatiable, in which rookie bodyguard Samantha Deveaux falls for her client, CEO Nick LaRocca, who needs protection from his legions of female fans. Original.
In this fourth installment in the Adam Fletcher Adventure Series, a gypsy family sets up camp on the edge of town peddling tinctures, potions, magic, and fortunetelling. And in typical impetuous, Adam Fletcher fashion, our young hero can't help but pay the mysterious Madame Endora a visit, against the advice of his grandfather, just for fun -- or so he thinks. Soon after, a series of worrisome circumstances begin to unfold, one after the other, sending the sleepy port town of Beaufort into a hysterical frenzy. Is there really a curse, or is something more sinister to blame?