The Green Wheel Oracle


A large, beautiful watercolour oracle deck filled with moons, animal and plant allies, and seasonal celebrations.

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Danielle Barlow’s oracle deck is a wonderful tool for exploring and honouring Celtic traditions and symbolism. Its 45 watercolour illustrations range across thirteen moons, the wheel of the year festivals, and a wonderful collection of animal and plant allies, all inspired by Danielle’s home of Dartmoor, southern England, and ancient Celtic traditions. A small guidebook offers further interpretive notes. Perfect for daily draws, journalling, or altar or spell-work, or for deepening your connection to the land, seasons and lunar cycles.

“I have spent the last 5 years creating The Green Wheel Oracle Deck, a set of 45 cards from my paintings. This is a set of divination cards that can be used in several ways:  to offer insights into situations, to suggest new ways of looking at things, and also to help you journey deeper into an awareness of the rythyms of the land and the skies.”
– Artist Danielle Barlow

These are large cards that feel good in the hands, presented with a drawstring bag and in a lovely, sturdy, recycled keepsake box. The deck is divided into three sets: The 8 Wheel cards, which follow the wheel of the year, and mark the 8 celtic festivals – Imbolc, Spring Equinox, Beltane, Midsummer, Lammas, Autumn Equinox, Samhain and Midwinter.  The 13 Moon cards, representing the thirteen lunar months of the year, and 24 Companion cards, depicting animal and plant allies.

Printed in the UK with vegetable inks on sustainably-produced card.


  • 45 high-quality, large-format, full colour oracle cards measuring 89mm x 127mm
  • Small guidebook
  • Cotton drawstring bag
  • Presented in a two-piece recycled cardboard box

Also available: Wheel of the Year Blessings Cards


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