The Wild Unknown Archetypes Deck

The Wild Unknown Archetypes Deck

“Accept All, Reject None,” are the wise words of Kim Krans, the creator of The Wild Unknown Archetype Deck. In this deck we are encouraged to explore and dismantle ideas around archetypes asking us to go deeper.

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In a class of its own, this beautifully illustrated deck contains 78 gorgeous circular oracle cards divided into four suits: The Selves, The Places, The Tools, and The Initiations. Each archetype has been carefully fir the lesson at the core of its nature, such as The Unseen, representative of the spirit and the ancestor.  Accompanying the deck is a 224-page hand-lettered, fully illustrated guidebook. The introduction Kim offers melts your heart away as she offers us raw vulnerability and honesty as to why and how this deck was created.

This deck is wonderful for anyone who is already on a spiritual quest and is ready to plunge deeper. Go slowly. This deck cannot be digested easily, nor is it meant to be. It's a tool to help you cut through the root of the matter and explore its emotional resonance, not just for how you're impacted, but how it affects us all. If you love The Wild Unknown, you'll love this deck.

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This is a deck that I’ll probably be picking up and putting down for the rest of my life. Not only does it feel like a drink from an endless well of knowledge,  but it deeply touches the soul. Based upon the idea of archetypes, the term first coined by psychologist Carl Jung, these symbols ask us to stretch our minds and our hearts. I hope they crack something open deep inside and help you on your healing journey.

Jacqueline Stone

Magical Discoveries

“Don’t be discouraged if you feel as though you understand them less as you study them more. This means you are entering their liminal world. Like a Zen koan, archetypes draw us in toward the power of the unknownable.” -Kim Krans, The Wild Unknown Creator