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Home > Books & Reviews > Decks > Medicine Wheel Search

Tarot Deck Review:
White Eagle Medicine Wheel

Developer/Editor: Wa-Na-Nee-Che & Eliana Harvey
Photographer: Stephen Marwood
Book and Cards Set
Publisher: St Martins Press
Publication date: May 1997
ISBN: 0312145330
Price & More Info: Click Here


This deck is photos of Native American ritual articles and beaded shields. Unfortunately, there is no attribution for whoever did all the beadwork. Based a lot on the Medicine Wheel/Dancing the Wheel books, this deck is used more as a system to help learn some of the Native American "sacred teachings" and mythos than for predictions. I really like the artwork involved in the beadwork and totem/sacred objects used in the photographs. Now, whether or not the teachings in this set really have much to do with real Native American religion and sacred teachings is something else. I know a lot of Native Americans don't think non-Indians should be taught the "true teachings." And while I know a fair amount about Native Americans, I couldn't tell you how much of the stuff here is real and how much isn't.

Reviewed by Symitar

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