one for sorrow,
two for mirth,
three for a funeral,
four for a birth...
you're well familiar with the saying. a nursery rhyme, a schoolyard chant. count the birds, the children tell each other. they will be able to tell your future.
it’s more complicated than that, of course. it’s not just the number of birds, but also their demeanor, their flight, their nests, their song. any number of elements must be considered.
at its core, however, the nursery rhyme holds truth – the birds do know many things.
consult the deck, traveler. let the birds help you divine your future.
augur is an open-ended oracle deck for one or more readers. in augur, participants interpret a flock of strange and wonderful birds (represented by a unique deck of cards) to tell a story, foresee an outcome, or play to find out what happens.
- 24 cards, each with its own distinct symbolism and intention
- 3 unique suits that lend additional meaning to each card in the deck
- poetic, philosophical meditation on memory, circumstance, and future action
- 8-10 minutes per solo read, or more with additional interpreters
the demo (free to download) contains a .txt file of the basic instructions and a pdf containing 6 of the 24 cards.
the base game (available to those who purchase at $2 and above) contains the instructions and the full 24-card deck in two versions: a print-and-play version, and individual files.