The Seer Series: Chapter II
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A small gift shop, deep in a dark and dusty bazaar, calls your name.
Tut Ankh Amun’s Treasures reads the sign. Several bells jingle as you enter the smoky room, and you’re greeted by amulets, sarcophagi, and countless other treasures of faience and gold.
Something catches your eye. It’s a stack of small souvenirs sitting next to the cash register. Something about it speaks to you even amidst the treasures surrounding it.
“THE ORACLE OF OSIRIS,” reads the paper wrap. “ANSWERS ALL QUESTIONS”.
“What’s this?” you ask the man behind the desk.
“Good eye,” he says. “I’ll show you.”
He unwraps the package to reveal a small paper booklet and ten tarot-sized cards featuring colorful Egyptian imagery. As per the instruction key, you think of one of the cards, and proceed to ask the Oracle three yes-or-no questions about your future.
You receive three answers.
“There’s more,” says the man behind the counter. “It may seem like just an innocent oracle, a meaningless game providing arbitrary yes-and-no answers. But I can assure you this ritual goes back to at least the Middle Kingdom, and these answers are anything but chance.”
You look at the man in disbelief.
“We can ask it something far more specific. You thought of one of these symbols, correct? You didn’t speak it aloud, touch it, write it down, or even point to it. Your connection to one particular symbol exists only in your mind and not at all in the physical realm, but the Oracle knows all.”
He proceeds to ask the Oracle to divine your mere thoughts. And, amazingly, it does.
“How is that possible?” you ask.
The man shrugs. “I wish I knew.”
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OSIRIS includes ten hand-illustrated and colored oracle cards, an intricate paper wrap, and a folded instruction key containing steps to an arcane ritual as well as meanings for each card. Also included is a PDF performance guide featuring the aforementioned self-working routine, as well as an easy-to-read marking system that requires no memory work whatsoever. The marking system is not part of the included routine, but has been integrated to allow for your own creative input and custom routines.