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Witches of Triora Oracle - L'Oracolo delle Streghe di Triora

A project in Staten Island, NY by Bela Síol

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A deck inspired by a true story of witches.
Backers: 49
Average Pledge Per Backer: $46

Funded: $2,237 of $3,500
Dates: Oct 2nd -> Oct 31st (30 days)
Project By: Bela Síol
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A deeper look into the deck

October 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Hunger and plague triggered the Inquisition in Triora, and the chosen scapegoat was the poor and vulnerable people living outside Triora's wall in a place called Cabotina.   (Read More)

Talking about the witches of Triora

October 6th - via: kickstarter.com
In Triora, the youngest and oldest victims of the Inquisition were 09 years old girls and 60 years old ladies, respectively.  This deck pays homage to all who were prosecuted, tortured, arrested, and killed during this dark period of human history.... (Read More)

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