Your Guide To The Musical Oracle Deck

Directions:

Shuffle the deck and pull a single card for inspiration or insight into a situation. Feel free to ask about a specific situation, such as your love life or career, or simply ask the deck, "What do I need to know today?" Use this handy guide to learn more about what your card means and how to apply it to your situation. Another option is pulling three cards, one for your past, present, and future. 

Also, feel free to check out our Spotify Playlist to listen to the song associated with your card. 

Card Meanings

Eurydice’s Flower represents The Lover Archetype. This archetype is known for wanting strong emotional relationships. This includes all types of relationships; parental, friendships, spiritual and of course romance.

Harry Potter’s Glasses represent The Hero Archetype. This archetype is known for overcoming obstacles and achieving goals. Keep in mind that these goals aren’t always physical tasks (like scoring a goal in Hockey) but also emotional tasks (like finally quitting the job that’s been making you miserable).

 

Genie’s Lamp represents The Magician Archetype. This archetype is known for being knowledgeable in both street smarts and book smarts and who loves to give advice to those around them.

Curly’s Cowboy Hat represents The Outlaw Archetype. This archetype is known for going against the norm and thinking for themselves. Typically they strive to make the world a better place, by any means necessary.

Lola’s Kinky Boot represents The Explorer Archetype. This archetype is known for being trailblazers and helping those around them grow. Their mentality towards adventuring doesn’t always manifest physically (like going on hikes) but might manifest in other ways (like social justice/activism).

 Mufasa’s Head Piece represents The Sage Archetype. This archetype is known for their wisdom, insight and a passion for helping others make decisions to better their lives.

Elle Wood’s Gavel represents The Innocent Archetype. This archetype is known for being optimistic, seeing the good in people and being pure of heart. However, they can often be naive.

Hamilton’s Quill & Ink represent The Creator Archetype. This archetype is known for being creative and expressing themselves in creative ways. However, sometimes this can lead to a big ego. 

King George’s Crown represents The Ruler Archetype. This archetype is known for being natural born leaders who are very charismatic. This archetype also likes to bring order to chaos.

Jack’s Newsies Hat represents The Caregiver Archetype. This archetype is known for being selfless and compassionate towards others. However, sometimes they can be people pleasers and forget to take care of themselves.

Princeton’s Q represents The Everyman Archetype. This archetype is known for wanting to belong and often goes with the flow. The downside is that they often do not have ambition.

Seymour’s Audrey Two represents The Jester Archetype. This archetype is known for using humor as a way to deflect from their problems. They are also known to bend the rules and encourage reckless behavior in those around them. 

 

Beetlejuice’s Beetle represents The Fool Archetype. This archetype is known for being the comic relief because they lack the emotional and logical intelligence to handle the task at hand.

Belle’s Library Books represent The High Priestess Archetype. This archetype is known for their gut instincts and trusting their intuition especially when it comes to matters such as finance, health, and creativity.

Jenna’s Pie represents The Empress Archetype. This archetype is known for being a symbol of femininity and motherhood. Often, it can mean embracing a more emotional side, being more nurturing, or learning how to relax and let go.

Daddy Warbucks’ Money Stack represents The Emperor Archetype. This archetype is known for being a symbol of wealth but also stubbornness. However, The Emperor can also be a fatherly figure who brings structure and routine into a situation.

Beverly Bass’s Globe represents The Chariot Archetype. This archetype is known for overcoming obstacles with sheer determination, focus and willpower. These obstacles can be simple (such as needing money to pay a bill) or complex (learning to communicate better in relationships).

Billy Bigelow’s Carousel represents The Hermit Archetype. This archetype is known for being or feeling isolated from the world around them. This is not necessarily a bad thing for introverts who need this time to recharge. However, it can be misinterpreted as being selfish.

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