Animal Dreaming Oracle
by Scott Alexander King
Developed with the corresponding energies of the four directions in mind, the uniquely Australian Animal Dreaming Oracle embraces the ancient concept of animal divination. With each animal’s dreaming clearly interpreted in the accompanying guidebook, you will be able to give and receive accurate and inspirational readings for yourself and others.
This card set features 45 Australian Animal cards and a 132-page comprehensive guidebook with corresponding messages for each card. The messages draw on ancient shamanic animal wisdom. The cards provide the modern seeker of wisdom with access to a wealth of traditional spiritual knowledge and understanding, in times past, accessible only to those who sought the advice of tribal elders or shamanic healers. It was customary in those times for a seeker of knowledge to request the advice of an Elder; someone skilled in the ability to commune with the energies of nature. Elders were seen as direct links between the people and Spirit, with their words held in high esteem. When questions were raised, the Elder would take up a small pouch, perhaps containing claws, teeth, whiskers, and bones of sacred animals which, after a quick shake, would be upended, the contents permitted to spill haphazardly onto the ground.
About the Author
Scott Alexander King is a teacher, animal psychic and zoomancer – an individual that examines the habits and appearance of animals to help explain or reveal the future path of other people. Scott Alexander King is an author, teacher, public speaker, psychic medium, a practitioner of Earth Medicine. Having spent almost two years training daily under a medicine elder, and with 14 publications currently on the international market, all centered on animal symbolism, totemism, and spirit animals, Scott calls his path ANIMAL DREAMING – a shamanic path that directly draws upon the wisdom, symbolism and medicine ways of animals. Australian born, Scott lives in the picturesque, subtropical Norther Rivers, located 30 minutes inland from New South Wale’s iconic Byron Bay, Australia, with his beautiful wife, three kids, and a menagerie of rescued animals, including poultry, rabbits, a miniature donkey, shetland ponies, and alpacas.