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The Spiral Oracle Deck

Updated: Sep 17, 2020




The Spiral Oracle Deck is a deck full of soul-searching art. The creator, Lili, gave us an insight into how she has poured her heart and soul into this amazingly beautiful deck that she hopes will bring more love and compassion into our lives.


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Where in the world do you call home?


There are two special places for me:

Chile, my homeland and where my family lives... and Australia, where I live.


What was your first experience with tarot and when did you fall in love with it?


It may sound unusual... but I like being honest. I had never owned or even used a Tarot nor an Oracle Deck before creating my own.

What happens, is that I grew up in a place where this form of art was not something common at all. Back then in Chile, I didn’t know anyone that had one. Maybe they were known within some circles, but I didn’t really have any experience with decks until I started creating the Spiral Oracle.

In fact, still today I have to explain to many people in South America what an Oracle Deck is, and how it works. 

When I finished the very first edition, I was already living in Australia. I remember showing what I had created to my friend for the first time, and explaining the wonderful magic that happens when one interacts with this tool of love. 

He was fascinated, because he felt that it was very different from all the other decks that he knew. I was surprised, because I had no idea that there were so many types of decks. There was a whole universe to be discovered.

Until today, I marvel with the mysteries that these precious and sacred tools let us explore.


What made you want to create this deck? What was your inspiration?


My inspiration comes from the people, the planet, the plants and the animals... from life in all its forms.

Many years ago I had an inner vision: to put my paintings and everything I had learned with each of them at the service of the people, so that everyone could explore and listen to themselves through a kind of inner mirror.

At first I didn’t know how to do it. My first attempt was with some postcards I had made with my art.  I wrote all the meanings on the back of the postcards and laminated them all. Then I put them inside one of those fancy socks box, which I painted. (My mum still has that very first prototype :D)

I remember feeling so delighted as I came to finally understand the vision, once having the prototype in my hands. That was when I knew exactly what I wanted to do. From that moment, I have been shaping the Spiral Oracle with paintings and teachings I find especially meaningful.