Oracle de Fatima vs Chicken Soup for the Soul

The best oracle deck is the one you choose to use. A comparison review might help you decide between Oracle de Fatima vs. Chicken Soup for the Soul Conversation Starters to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit. Both of these oracle decks have strong religious themes. Both decks are rare and not commercially available at the time that I am writing this. The well-known Marian apparitions inspired the Fatima Oracle. The Catholic church miracles and the story of Fatima are videos that I’ve posted below. The chicken soup for the soul cards are equally founded in faith but from a perspective of inclusivity for all spiritual traditions, race, gender orientation, and the like.

The quick video review covers the author, artist, publisher, packaging, card, booklet, artwork, and other miscellaneous details. The decks featured in these reviews are from a collection that spans over 20 years. When researching what deck is best for you, please be aware that each edition can be slightly different. See below the video for a link to help you find official sites. 

More Information About The Cards

Fatima Oracle Cards (2004)

  • Pricing: Collectable and Rare

  • by Roberto Ginardi. From Lo Scarabeo

Chicken Soup for the Soul (1998)

  • Pricing: I coulde’t find the cards online but the website offers many other books with the title as a brand

  • By Laura Tuan, Art by Mauro De Luca, Lo Scarabeo

  • Website:

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