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Angel Quest Oracle

For those who are seeking guidance from above, Angel Quest Oracle offers forty-four luminous angel cards with words and images that have been channeled directly from the celestial realm.

Psychic medium and author Karen Noé and portrait and fine artist Marie Antoinette Kelley have joined together to create Angel Quest Oracle, a heavenly divination card deck and guidebook.

This deck was created to enhance direct communication between you and your angels. As you invoke those in the heavenly realm, you’ll receive accurate, uplifting messages to help you better understand the steps you need to take to move forward in life.

Each of the forty-four beautiful and unique celestial cards features a short personal message from the angels that answer important life questions, while the step-by-step instruction in the accompanying guidebook explains how you can give a perfect angel card reading, both for yourself and for others, and includes more detailed meanings for each card.

Whether you choose to pull a daily reflection card or perform a more detailed card reading for yourself or others, the Angel Quest Oracle will guide you through it all.

Photograph by Maddy Talias

Karen Noé is a renowned psychic medium, spiritual counselor, and healer with a two-year waiting list for appointments and consultations. She is the author of several books. This is her first oracle deck. Karen is also the founder of the Angel Quest Center in Waldwick, New Jersey, where she teaches classes, gives readings, and practices alternative healing. You can listen to Karen on The Angel Quest Radio Show by going to hudsonriverradio.com.

To find out more about Karen, visit her website at karennoe.com.

Marie Antoinette Kelley is a self-taught artist who has done hundreds of portraits and whose work is well known throughout Montana. Her art has been featured in local magazines and newspapers, such as the Billings Gazette, Rural Montana, The Bozone, and the Montana Pioneer. In 2019, the Delaware North general stores began selling her artwork in the form of woven blankets throughout Yellowstone National Park.

To find out more about Marie Antoinette and her artwork, visit her website at makfineart.com.