Mandala Sigil Magick is HERE!


After almost 3 years, the Mandala Sigil Magick deck is finally here and is being received so well by everyone! The Limited Edition decks had all sold out within the first 24 hours of release! I have been super busy over the last couple of weeks getting orders fulfilled and chatting with other small businesses to have the cards stocked in local artisan stores and healing centres. It's almost surreal that the card deck is no longer just an idea, or a plan, or 'in progress'. It's an actual physical item and I couldn't be happier!

So, what is a Sigil? Derived from the Latin word ‘sigillum’, meaning ‘seal’, a sigil is a symbol used in ritual magick. It commonly refers to the symbolic representation of a practitioners desired outcome.

In Medieval magick, sigils were more commonly depicted as signs to represent various angels and demons, of which, witches would use to summon. A method of creating sigils was to use ‘kameas’ (magic squares), where a name was converted to numbers and located on the magic square. Locations were then connected by lines to create an abstract symbol – a sigil.

In modern magick, sigils are created to help with, or aid in the, manifestation of certain desires or intentions. These days, the creation of sigils can be done in many different ways. As a lover of Mandalas and Sacred Geometry, I intuitively create my sigils using focus words, and designing the mandala around it. I believe this sends a more powerful intention into the universe. I have created these sigils for you to use in your spellwork, or to help with your intentions. You may also incorporate these sigils into your journal work or Book of Shadows. I choose to display my cards on my altar when I am working with them, depending on my focus or intention.


Use these cards in a way that feels right for you. You are free to interpret them however you want. There is no right or wrong.

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